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INTERVIEW: Patrick Hughes talks to us about “Black Stabbath, Volume 1”

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A short while back I reviewed the debut CD from “Black Stabbath,” a one man noise-project from Patrick Hughes. (Which you can read here http://www.republibot.com/content/science-fiction-music-review-%E2%80%9C... ) Mr. Hughes is with us today to tell us more about his project, his influences, and stuff like that there. Pat, thanks for agreeing to let us interview you!

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SCIENCE FICTION MUSIC REVIEW: “Black Stabbath Volume 1” (2009)

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One of the cooler aspects of this job is that occasionally people send stuff across my desk that I’d never have heard of, let alone seen in a million years if I was acting on my own. Some of this stuff is super-neat, some of it is just drek, and some of it defies easy categorization. “Black Stabbath, Volume 1” would be an example of this. The product of one man, and not so much music as it is an attempt to just generate interesting, deliberately-non-musical noise, it’s actually a lot of fun. “Why would anyone want to just make noise,” you ask? Well, why not? As the artist himself states,

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