(Quasi Pop - QPOPCD510) CD $13.50
Deeply abstract, dense and dynamic “psychedelic electronic sound” from 1970s space / electronic / krautrock albums filtered through the Null sensibility. Strong synthetic and cosmic sounds, electronic machines, electro-acoustic audio signals and sonorities.
KK Null + Scumearth
(Phage - PT145) CD $10.50 (Out-of-stock)
One twenty-minute track from the venerable Japanese noise bad-ass, three tracks from the Spanish noiserati, and one collaboration track. A wide array of sound is covered in forty-eight minutes: Null goes for restraint and constant evolution rather than full-on harsh noise, while Scumearth tends to be more glitchy with blasts of harsh noise. Double-sided, screen-printed arigato pack. Edition of 250.
(Forced Exposure - FE-024) Used LP $10.00 (Out-of-stock)
1990 reissue of Null's second album (Nux Organization 1985), an Earth-devouring miasma of guitar, voice, and metal percussion. Spray-painted cover. Noticeable crease on right side of jacket. Vinyl is near-mint.
(Groundfault) CD $12.00
32-minute five-movement slap-and-tickle by Japanese bombastic guitarist KK Null (Zeni Geva) and Australian guitarist David Brown (Dumb And The Ugly, Bucketrider). Terminal Hz leans on electronic-based improv, nosebleed textures, musique concrète, high-pitched tones, and sparse electric guitar. Not really soothing, not really noise either. Sort of like a cross between Derek Bailey and two spaceships having a near miss.