Chad Murray

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I am the principal songwriter and founder of Burden Limbs; a 6-piece post-psyche miserable bastard music racket. I also play keyboard, synth, guitar, e-bow, percussion and backing vocals for in violet and occasionally, I do PR Work for bands and labels. I also make digital art and engage in post-production for film.

Burden Limbs: In The Flesh – https://youtu.be/SJtDr4mplak

in violet – Cathedral Thinking – https://youtu.be/bUB8KDS–tQ

Articles by Chad Murray

Ashenspire – Hostile Architecture

Hostile Architecture is a brutal examination of the harsh realities of capitalism, delivered in earnest and with immense sonic precision. If you like your music manifest with great depression then Ashenspire is the band for you. Album of the year candidate for me.

Ho99o9 – Skin

Anyone missing music that is genuinely intense, expertly performed and well-produced, this album is currently unparalleled.

Interview: 12 Years of Chaos with Kunal Singhal

“I’m naturally attracted to things that confuse me. I’m naturally attracted to things that make me feel out of my comfort zone because I’ve never really felt like I’m in my comfort zone so, I’m naturally more comfortable outside of it”.

Exclusive Video Premiere: Highland Spokesman – Transformation

‘Transformation’ is the surging and hypnotic lead single from Words, the new album by Highland Spokesman released on Sasha Piankov (Gnoomes)’s Zonned Records on 12th November. The music video for the track matches its sonic inspiration dragging the listener backwards through a spell-binding visual.

Reversels – Le Sabre

“it’s essentially a queer, genre-surfing, electronic, left-field, goth pop, industrial synth-wave album which for me summarises very well what I want from 2021”.

Melissa – Melissa

“This album is around fifteen minutes of absolutely unhinged, head-slamming excellence and is undoubtedly one of my favourite releases of the year”.

Coded Marking – EP

Like one long sedately sojourn through the deep chasms of some mercurial underworld, cruising in a convertible with the windows down as the skies rain Sulphur and the lakes breath fire whilst a lobotomised hood ornament dances a vacant hula.

Muck Spreader

“We actively try to distance ourselves from scenes. With improvisation, it’s easy for your art to be clouded by pretence. In the band, we have all sorts of different tastes but, we try to ignore all that and make muck” – Vincent, Muck Spreader.

Fly Pan Am – Frontera

Frontera is an album that I can see myself working to in the daytime or spinning at 3am whilst totally off my f-cking face and to me, that particular versatility is the sign of a great album.

Part Chimp – Drool

Drool is yet another fine edition to the flawless discography of one of the UK’s greatest ever noise rock bands Part Chimp.

Memorybell – No Anchor

No Anchor is an excellent ambient/drone album that I’d highly recommend to fans of the genre and psychonauts alike.

Taman Shud – S/T

Overall, this collection is as excellent as any other put out by the group, but it leaves me wanting more. I guess there can never be enough of a band you really love, but I am still extremely pleased that this release exists and that I have it despite how bittersweet I find its finality.

Chris R.

I listen to a lot of minimal and ambient techno, like Pan Sonic and Pole and wanted to do something similar and as stripped back as possible.

Wayne Adams of Bear Bites Horse Studios

“Wasted Death is my newest thing! It’s with Tom who was in Death Pedals who now plays in USA Nails, and also Charlie from Beggar who are this killer sludge band I’ve worked with before!”

Chaos Theory – 11 Years Of Chaos (fundraiser compilation)

11 Years Of Chaos is a great example of Chaos Theory’s impeccable eye for talent across a diverse cornucopia of bands, solo artists and producers.

Sunburned Hand of The Man – Pick A Day To Die

Pick A Day To Die should convince new listeners to go and watch Sunburned Hand of the Man at this year’s Raw Power when festivals at long last return.

Poly-Math – The Cadaver Tomb Pt.1

The Cadaver Tomb Pt. 1 is a well-executed reinvention for Poly-Math that will leave listeners wanting to see what comes next.

Wayne Adams – Drift

Some really beautiful melodies, balanced out together nicely, with rich analogue texture.

Pharaoh Overlord – 6

Pharaoh Overlord manage to blend past, present and future into one outstanding work of art entitled ‘6’.

The Body – I’ve Seen All I Need To See

I’ve Seen All I Need To See is a perfect addition to The Body’s unmatchable discography and its deeply agonising spirit will surely resonate with those of you who feel defeated by 2020.

Ozric Tentacles – Space For The Earth

“It’s just really explorative and fun and consistently feels like some kind of god-tier outtake from the Crash Bandicoot OST”

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