Our friends at the sunday experience share the wonders of Merzbow.
archive review originally posted on the losing today site mid 00’s ……
(Plan DX 17)
Expensive and ultra limited to only 350 hand numbered copies, (my copy incidentally number 302) housed in an egg shaped hinged card sleeve and specially commissioned by Plan DX-17. ‘Tamago’ as though if by surprise, is as uncompromising as anything previously laid down by Merzbow.
Merzbow, as though introductions are of any consequence or relevance, is Masami Akita who to date has released more albums than most people have eaten hot dinners, admittedly we lost count sometime in the mid 90’s. Prolific isn’t in it, such is his release rate he could arguably keep not one but maybe four or five labels working busily on overtime until Kingdom come with each passing collection continually pushing the boundaries of the previous. Widely recognized as the expert exponent in the field of noise his analogue…
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