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K.K. Null

The experimental multi-instrumentalist K.K. Null was created in Tokyo, Japan, on Sept 13, 1961. He started being a guitarist, but shortly added composer, vocalist, digital wiz, drummer, and also “Butoh” dancer to his amazing musical resumé. Null became a member of the sound/prog rock clothing Ybo2 in 1984, issuing many albums and EPs through the entire remainder from the decade. Following that, Null created albums for additional artists, produced his personal record label (Nux Business), and used others: using the self-described “progressive hardcore trio” Zeni Geva, John Zorn, Steve Albini, the Boredoms’ Seiichi Yamamoto, Jim O’Rourke, Merzbow, Fred Frith, Wayne Plotkin, Keiji Haino, Otomo Yoshihide, Jon Rose, Atau Tanaka, Zbigniew Karkowski, and Philip Samartzis, in addition to supporting such performers as Sonic Youngsters and Mike Patton on tour. Null offers released a lot more than 60 albums, and he released a new task, Monster Dvd and blu-ray, in 2001.

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