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K.K. Null (a.k.a. Kazuyuki Kishino) was born in Tokyo, Japan. The composer, guitarist, singer, mastermind of Zeni Geva, and electronic wizard is one of the top names in Japanese noise music and, in a larger context, one of the great cult artists in experimental music since the early '80s. Throughout his career, he has collaborated with musical innovators such as Merzbow, Z'ev, Chris Watson, Daniel Menche, Keiji Haino, Seiichi Yamamoto, Jon Rose, Bill Horist, Philip Samartzis, Alexei Borisov, Zbigniew Karkowski, James Plotkin, Jim O'Rourke, Fred Firth, John Zorn, to name a few.
After playing the guitar as his main instrument for some twenty years, K.K. Null has gradually moved toward a more electronic approach. In recent years, he has concentrated his efforts on his solo and collaborative recordings, exploring the outer territories of electronica via intense, clashing waves of noise, structured electro-acoustic ambience, broken-down rhythmics, scattered pitch sculptures, and droning isolationist material which one could loosely describe as cosmic noise maximal/minimalism.
At present, K.K. Null has appeared on more than 100 titles. The nine-track Oxygen Flash is the most recent addition to this remarkable catalog.