Null is also involved in Yona-Kit (Skin Graft, 1995), a project with
One of Null's most impressive outbursts of creativity can be found on
Aurora (Sentrax, 1995), a collaboration with
Speeding Across My Hemisphere.
There isn't much on
Freedom Bondage (Alternative Tentacles, 1995) that we haven't heard
before. With the notable exceptions of Shi No Umi and
Ground Zero, the songs are almost a parody of Zeni Geva.
Occasionally powerful and frightening,
Alienation, Hate Trader, Death Blows and
Burn Your Flesh Out careen without a sense of purpose.
The formidable Nai Ha (originally recorded in 1992) appears on
Nai Ha (Skin Graft, 1997).
NUll's Terminal Beach (Manifold, 1997),
0.0004 (Vinyl Communications, 1999),
Gev (Staalplaat, 2000),
Discoteca Plasma (Mindfield, 2000)
are sets of (very extreme) guitar noise pieces, like Lou Reed's
Metal Machine Music over and over again.
10,000 Light Years (Neurot, 2001) sounds almost like a parody of
Zeni Geva. The trio knows they have been influential and that countless bands
today do Zeni Geva bettern than Zeni Geva. Instead of trying new avenues, they
try to compete with their disciples.
Null's Peak Of Nothingness (2001) was another wild rollercoaster ride
through the composer's wasteland.
Null's limited-edition CD-ROM
Datacide In Year Zero (Crucial Blast, 2002) is a solo guitar record.
Interstellar Chemistry (Beta-lactam Ring, 2002) is a collaboration with
electronic musician Bill Horist.
Mitsuru Tabata has released the solo album Brainsville (1999)
and recorded a collaboration with
Guilty Connector (Kohei Nakagawa)
Guilty Connector and Tabata (Even Stilte, 2003).
The quality (not the quantity) of KK Null albums kept declining with
Erg per Galaxy (Opposite, 2003),
the live Astrodynamix (Dom, 2003),
Kosmik Engine (Voidstar, 2003),
Atomic Disorder (Neurot, 2003),
Zentropy (Autofact, 2003) and Astral Loop (Urgence, 2003).
Kosmista Noisea (Important, 2006) collects two colossal live improvisations.
Null finally changed style on Fertile (Touch, 2007), a project based
on field recordings and electronic manipulation.
Null's Oxygen Flash (Neurot, 2009) was again a work of trivial
Zeni Geva's Tabata Mitsuru also had a project with
bassist Hayashi Naoto, whose live shows of 1987-88 are compiled on
Leningrad Blues Machine (Nux Organization, 1993).
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