KK Null is one of the most prominent names in the Japanese noise scene. He really needs no introduction. However, for the sake of a few of you who might merely be curious about Japanese noise/power electronics in general, you simply can’t grasp the movement as a whole without listening to KK’s work. After hearing a live track from one of his recent releases on 4ib Records, a track called “Tokyo Ground Zero,” I was inspired to ask him to do this interview. It is simply one of the most chaotic, dynamic noise pieces I have ever heard.
But perhaps more importantly than his work, KK is a humble guy. He was kind enough to take some time for us to answer some questions. We thank him very much for that.
Can you look back over your career since 1983 and talk about the changes of equipment that…
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