The discussion

by PYTHON VS COBRA + COCO + HUH

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Artworks by Kyosuke Terada
Recorded at Studio Gate-Qay Yoyogi Tokyo, JPN. 5 Sep 2013

also available as CD-R
limited edition 33 copies

Python vs Cobra:
Thiebaulr IMM (Guitar) & Kevin Angboly (Drums)
soundcloud.com/python-vs-cobra

Coco (Voice, Tapes)
coco-brutalhappytapes.tumblr.com

HUH:
Kyosuke Terada (Guitar) & Takuma Mori (Voice, Drums)
huh.jimdo.com

M-4,8,9 feat. Yuko Under (Electronics)

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released October 20, 2014

Nine crisp exercises in exorcising conventions from music: This is all about creating structure and beauty from either anarchic burst-outs or tentative groping – using guitar, drums, voice, and occasionally other sounds from tapes and electronic devices.

Python vs Cobra is a duo of drums and guitar, and so is HUH, already featured with an album in attenuation circuit’s Rollator Series. Both duos collaborate with vocalist and tape manipulator Coco, and the result is a series of various pieces that vary greatly in character, but always celebrate a truly daring spirit of experimentation. You never know in advance if it’s going to be noisy or gentle, and this kind of surprise is, after all, one of the things that art is about. Some of the tracks, all recorded in Tokyo in September 2013, feature Yuko Under on electronics.


File under: Free improvisation, noise

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Bad Alchemy:
Was immer das da ist auf The Discussion (ACE 1006, CD-R), es ist ultrakaputter herrlicher Scheiß. Zweimal Gitarre und crashed beats, einmal japanisch: Kyo­suke Terada + Takuma Mori = HUH, einmal nichtjapanisch: Thiébault Imm + Kévin Angboly = PYTHON VS COBRA. Dazu COCO, obskure Brutalhappychan­sonette in Berlin. Imm & Angboly sind Teil des in Berlin entstandenen Multiver­sal-Netzwerks und der NO!Music-Guerilla (wie etwa auch Elena Kakaliagou oder SULT). Was einen da anrempelt, ist mit dem Schlagwort 'Free Noise Core' nur annähernd zu fassen. Wenn Coco "Everything is fine" croont, ist schon da garantíert nichts fein oder in Ordnung. Wenn dann fetz fetz fetz schrappel kick brabbel die Party so richtig in Schwung kommt, wundert es mich nicht, dass deutsche Beiträge zum Multiversalen dünn gesät sind. Kaos, Krawall und Ka­kophonie sind japanisch krass, die Anarchie ungeschönt weird, brut und neo­troglodyt. Nicht unbedingt immer laut oder grob, aber meist rasant, low-fidel, formscheu, ubuesk. Mit schamanistisch-voodooeskem Ritualrip-off, zentrifu­galem Dadaschlamassel. Kurzweilige 26 Minuten, keine Zeit für langes Wenn und Aber. Daher einfach nur: Arrghll! Augen zu und springen! [BA 84 rbd]

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