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DJ JET SONIC
DJ MAS aka SENJU-FRESH!
ヒサシ the KID
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俚謡山脈 (MOODYAMA & TAKUMI SAITO)
KUNIO TERAMOTO aka MOPPY
Soi48 (KEIICHI UTSUKI & SHINSUKE TAKAGI)
Alexandra Atnif [ Rhythmic Brutalism Vol. 1 & 2 ]
“Rhythmic Brutalism” is the title of this release, available as a double CD set or two separate 12″ vinyl LPs; the title is also a very apt description of the music itself. Romania-born Alexandra Atnif is fascinated by the harsh, grey concrete beauty and minimally repetitive force of the brutalist post-war architecture of her homeland, and this fascination has given rise to the music here. Vol. 1 is an EM Records edition, compiled from an earlier self-released double CD featuring recordings from 2014-15. Vol. 2 consists of previously unreleased recordings from 2015 to 2017. Using elemental, inexpensive technology, Atnifs music is heavy and harsh, stripped down to distressed skeletal frameworks, rhythmic noise, rusting metal and weathered concrete, a distorted DIY realization of her beautifully brutal vision. With a background in European modernist/avant-garde music, Atnif has been influenced by early rhythmic industrial music such as Throbbing Gristle, Esplendor Geometrico and Muslimgauze, as well as later practitioners of rhythm and noise including Pan Sonic, Autechre, Winterkälte, Prurient and Scorn. Across the relatively brief span of years contained within these two volumes, we hear the rhythmic structures begin to fracture and fray, and the outlines darken and become more obscure, with Antif’s sensibility evident throughout.
GRIM is one-man power electronics /noise project that was lunched by Jun Konagaya from 1980s.Currently, GRIM is developing works of ritual music focusing on the fusion of the baby and the electronics.