Patsker Omaer Beguin

Became a resident of Earth (Belgium) in 1966. Growing up with the rock and hard rock music of the 70’s he listened to through an old 8 track cassette player. Bought the first record when he was 12 years old. From that moment on it never stopped. Especially rock, hard rock, metal, punk and new wave were eagerly consumed. In the mid-1980s, a broader interest in electronic music began to emerge. There was also some more financial room to purchase records and CDs. Electro, experimental, soundtracks and ambient were added. David Sylvian is still his number one artist. From the 90s until now, the love for more extreme music grew. Black metal, death metal, avant-garde, industrial, dark ambient and minimal are among the genres. Was a reviewer for the former Belgian English-language Merchants Of Air Webzine. Writes music and concert reviews and photographs music performances for the Belgian webzine Luminous Dash and the Dutch-Belgian magazine Gonzo (circus). Record stores, CD fairs and flea markets are Patsker’s favorite places to hang out.

Articles by Patsker Omaer Beguin

Giöbia – Acid Disorder

Acid Disorder confirms with no doubt Giöbia’s reputation as one of Europe’s most interesting psychedelic rock bands at this moment.

Grave Desecrator – Immundissime Spiritus

Grave Desecrator exhales pure evil darkness with this blasphemous cult album.

Imperial Demonic – Beneath The Crimson Eclipse

With skull crushing drums, fierce riffs and screeching vocals the band from Belfast emits a venomous and misanthropic inspired ambition.

Sortilège – Apocalypso

With no doubt Apocalypso turned out to be a good album with nostalgic underground sounds from the French metal scene of the eighties.

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