Nymphomatriarch ‎– Nymphomatriarch

Hymen Records ‎– ¥043
Vinyl, LP


A1 Pervs
A2 Amaurophilia
B1 Blood On The Rope
B2 Input
B3 Outlet


All pieces were assembled in Winnipeg (CAN) by Aaron Funk & Rachel Kozak, may 1st-may 13th 2002. Every sound was synthesized from their privately recorded debaucharies committed while on tour in London (GB), Paris (F), Basel (CH), Antwerp (B) and Winnipeg.

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¥731 Nymphomatriarch Nymphomatriarch(CD, Album) Hymen Records ¥731 Germany 2003 Diese Version verkaufen
¥731 Nymphomatriarch Nymphomatriarch(CD, Album, Promo) Hymen Records ¥731 Germany 2003 Diese Version verkaufen
¥731 Nymphomatriarch Nymphomatriarch(6xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Hymen Records ¥731 Germany Unknown


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6. Juni 2019
geändert about 1 year ago

Quite extraordinarily dull. Aaron has never been a particularly interesting composer, and while contemporary reviews of this record referred to an imagined "novelty value", Prince released The Scandalous Sex Suite some 14 years earlier; that was a far more interesting and enjoyable record.


4. Oktober 2014

the question remains whether being aware of the fact that the sex was being recorded led them to unconsciously be louder and more excessive during their sex (e.g. in their moaning) which in turn would lower the authenticity of the samples used and hence the authenticity of the entire release...


6. November 2003

agree with above comment. the concept of this record is far better than the end product. i dont believe for a second that all of the sounds are from their shagging either, the drum sounds, for example, are either very very well disguised slapping noises or they're just regular snares and kicks. if the noises are all real sex noises, he hasnt done them justice as the end result sounds obvious and even derivitive of a few hardcore/jungle records from the early nineties. boo!


20. September 2003
Looking from the side of Venetian Snares, this release is definitely a step down. As creative, versatile and aggressive as Aaron Funk was, here he concentrated on a single rather primitive idea - sampling sex sounds. Yes, these sounds are clearly recognizable through all 6 tracks, especially "Blood on the Rope" and "Pervs". But the music itself is rather simple (in scale of Aaron's potential, of course - many many others would die to produce such a record). Rachael's ambient parts are nicely integrated into the pattern but are not a critical improvement to the record. Overall, it's listenable, but will be a disappointment to VS fans.