KK Null or Kazuyuki Kishino was born in Tokyo in 1961 and started his music carrier already in early 1980s. He still actively travels the world as guitarist, electronic and noise musician, singer and composer. KK Null has issued more than 100 albums and played more than 600 concerts, including collaborations with such artists as John Zorn, Steve Albini, Otomo Yoshihide, Boredoms, Merzbow, Fred Frith, Keiji Haino, Jon Rose, and many others.
KK Null opens the Japanese concerts line-up of Auris Media. The next event, already in November 2015, will feature the famous sax player Kazutoki Umezu, and the next year is planned to present in Israel Otomo Yoshihide and many more
Vancouver-based Peppermill Records is not your typical record label. First off, they’re a net-label…
My Castle of Quiet ————- Ghost Moth Haunt the Castle; Live Session 11th November 2009 —————– When you’re already in a dance with noise and free improvisation, the Kosmische is less than one membranous step away.