Nerve Net Noise
is the Japanese duo of Tsuyoshi "Tagomago" Nakamura and Hiroshi Kumakiri
who specialize in minimalist, glitch and noise music produced with
homemade analogue synthesizers.
After the collaboration
Dub Sonic meets Nerve Net Noise (Zero Gravity, 1997)
and This Island Earth (Zero Gravity, 1997), they delivered the
provocative 160/240 (Meme, 1998), devoted to
minimalist , patiente-testing processes of decomposition.
Various Amusements (Hronir, 2001)
is a concept album about the lifestyle of teenage girls, that lays down
"glitchy" soundscapes and then detonate them with bursts of harsh,
violent noise, according to an aesthetics closer to industrial music than
to ambient music.
Meteor Circuit (Intransitive, 2002) toys with the patterns and sounds
that were the staple of old-fashioned electronic music of the 1950s.
Tagomago has also released solo albums.
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