The first show and a gentle start, comparitively, with Pluramon's own remix of his 'Self' track, from the Bit Sand Riders compilation on Germany's ever-reliable Mille Plateaux label.
The shimmering Neu-isms of Brighton's (dearly departed) Electrelane take us into Southern Lord's immense bass-and-drums-and-volume duo Om, with 'Unified Knowledge of the Godhead' from their Pilgrimage LP.
Two Jesus Lizard-y tracks from Glasgow's Grozny follow 'Blockbuster', by the Jesus Lizard themselves. Taken from 1989's fantastic Pure album, of course.
OOIOO next, with an explosive remix from fellow Boredoms member Yamantaka Eye. Not, as I mentioned, a gig-only 12", but limited to 1000 and mostly sold at gigs. Not managing to hold off any longer, Whitehouse are on next with 'Princess Disease' from the stand-out (from the later period) Cruise album.
A massive favourite of mine by Alex Newport's Fudge Tunnel now, from the Hate Songs In E Minor album. While I'll try to avoid playing too many tracks from the same album, you can expect to hear more from this record over the weeks.
The first black metal on The Process comes in the form of Watain, and if you even have a passing interest in that track you should absolutely investigate Casus Luciferi, the band's second LP featuring the track.
'Chain Balled' by the hardest working man in noise-business, Aaron Dilloway, slows things down now. Despite Wolf Eyes losing their way, Dilloway can certainly still impress on his own. Leicester's Prolapse turn it up again with the frankly fantastic 'Testation', the b-side to 1998's 'Autocade' 7". Good response to this, so do keep me informed how much you're enjoying the music, or not.15:00 - 16:00