Mizuchi or “Master of the Water” is a name used to describe a well known mythical Japanese water deity resembling a serpent that lives in and around water. Titled “Water Snake” in Japanese, this collaborative release showcases the sound wizardry of Japanese experimental multi-instrumentalist K.K. Null (Kazuyuki Kishino) and Ukraines’s ambient and noise artist Dao De Noize (Artem Pismenetskii). Mizuchi Creation comprises 2 tracks that flow continuously as one. Just like the impending ferocity of the serpent gliding through expanse of calm water, the album effectively maintains its sonic equilibrium of noise and soundscape through the complex balance of structured pulses, rhythmic noise, drones and hisses with the serene ambience […]
Hyper futuristic electro-acoustic technoiz! Released from Belgian new label CyberCity. Total 3 tracks / 53:15
Soundtrack for dance theatre piece “Edging” (choreographed by Guillaume Marie/TAZCORP) has been released on a CD, coincides with its premiere at Festival les Inaccoutumés in Paris on the 19th & 20th November. Total duration 53:10 Released in Nov. 2013 [Nux Org: NUX-2013_0003] (Japan)
Electro-acoustic noise collaboration between KK NULL and Mexican sound artists ISRAEL MARTINEZ & LUMEN LAB (DIEGO MARTINEZ) brothers. Released by USA’s finest experimental label Aagoo Records. Limited 12 inch vinyl (with bonus track) will be released subsequently. Total 4 tracks / 51:27
KK Null and The Noiser have been playing together throughout Europe, giving their best version of a new noise and contemporary music mixing critical beats, electroacoustic composition combined with improvised sound poetry and extreme post-punk. This first album of their collaboration, released by Monotype Records, is a glimpse of their live act and studio recordings (Forced Exposure) — ecopack
The Cd compilation includes: KK NULL, CINDYTALK, MACHINEFABRIEK, MICHEL BANABILA + PHILIPPE PETIT, ISRAEL MARTINEZ, PAS + IF, BWANA, MURCOF, BELA EMERSON, SCANNER/SI CUT DB, XAMBUCA, THE STARGAZER´S ASSISTANT, MARK BEAZLEY. Curated by Philippe-Petit. Released by Thisco.
Collaboration with Cris X (Italy). Ambient, field recordings, electronics, noise from deep contemporary avant-garde music. Limited edition 150 copies "CD".
The compilation album which features exclusive tracks from KK Null (Japan), Neven M. Agalma (Slovenia), Pharmakustik (Germany), Yoshihiro Kikuchi (Japan), Franck Vigroux (France), Nova deViator (Slovenia), Chris Wood (South Africa), Mutant Beatniks (UK), Vega Stereo (Russia), NRYY (Japan), Velge Naturlig (Portugal), Astma (Russia), Analog Concept (Russia), Fabio Orsi (Italy), Cezary Gapik (Poland), Prodvkt (Italy), Mike Browning (USA), Audioworx (Slovenia) and MaCu (Austria). 01 KK Null – Metamorphosis de Toki 02 Neven M. Agalma – Treget 03 Pharmakustik – Distraktion C 04 Yoshihiro Kikuchi – Waves Of Vermiform 05 Franck Vigroux – Camera 06 Nova deViator – They Give Us Body 07 Chris Wood – `G._-^..: : Dr::ne 08 Mutant Beatniks […]
Compilation including a rare track with ANLA COURTIS (ex-Reynols) and MSBR (Koji Tano, R.I.P.). — 20,000 Volts (5:39) ANLA COURTIS, MSBR & KK NULL Koji Tano: electronics KK Null: electronics & voice Anla Courtis: guitar & guttural vocals Recorded live January 16th 2005 at 20000V, Tokyo, Japan. The list of collaborators includes: RICK POTTS & JOSEPH HAMMER, RLW, BILL HORIST, MSBR, KK NULL, V/VM, ARMPIT, DANIEL MENCHE, CAMPBELL KNEALE.
Second output from the “EXTROPY” series that is designed to record & show the development & progress of NULL’s music in both studio work and live performance. Composed & produced in NULL’s home studio “prima natura” and performed live in Hamburg, Germany in November 2010. Dynamic, intense, organic & cosmic in every sense.
KK NULL : (electronics/voice) DAVID BROWN : (guitar) SEAN BAXTER : (drums/percussion) “The reprise of a long distance collaboration of long standing, this trio first performed in the mid nineties and has only been able to perform in Australia very rarely over the ensuing years. Comprising 3 innovators in the fields of free improvisation, modern concrete, and brutal, abstracted noise, TERMINAL HZ create an uncompromisingly visceral experience in contemporary sonic possibilities.”