Force Inc. and Mille Plateaux will start a new series of compilations called "Ultrablack of Music". The first compilation is compiled by Force Inc with a little help of Mille Plateaux. The second compilation will be a Mille Plateaux compilation, including book and sound.
Force Inc. explores the Black Music Box. Force Inc. is Ultrablackness. Force Inc. is the old/new Rhythmight. Ryhthm mutates into a non-linear evilness and becomes a black sound-ground. Ultrablack-Music will escape from the ban of clock-time and intensifies itself in the principle: and-when-you-hear-in-rhythm-you-are-the-co(s)mic-warrior-with-the-golden-imperative-in-the-last-instance: tic-toc – fuck the clock. Force Inc. transfers Black Music into Crater-Techno: Frequencies of a shattering drive, as if one would play basketball with a demolition-ball on concrete. Imagine: Acid will be played with two drumbreaks so long as they clatter like two chromed tails of snakes and buzz around your head in opposite directions.
What do we suggest with Ultrablack of Music?
It is not enough to move from light affirmation to dark critics, we must move from dark to black, to the blackness of a new asthetical science, which begins from the posture of the black, communing with the blackness of the real. It is this transition – from black as a music you hear, to black as a non-music you don’t hear, to black as “nothing-to-hear” (and you’re hearing it). Neither just an aesthetics of music nor a metaphor for knowledge, black is inseparable from the conditions of thought, from a project of political-aesthetic requirement. The ultimate gift of black music might be a new vision for destroying the world. Its a pure negative music.
Listen to the Ultrablackness Music Mix by Bill B. Wintermute:
released October 30, 2018
special thanks to all the different contributors around the globe.
selection by Achim Szepanski & Bill B. Wintermute
mastering by Dr. Walker