Kenji Siratori – Bizarre (Album review)

I first heard Kenji’s music while browsing lulu.com. I wrote a small review on the page where the original can be downloaded. This review, however, I found posted on Nettime.org when I made a search on Google for the song. I kept it intact. There are some for me new interesting names mentioned in the review giving reason for further exploration. The review is, by the way, released by kenjisiratori.com

::Ricky::


Kenji Siratori “BIZARRE” CD 15-TRACK Label: hypermodern
Music style: electro / industrial
http://www.lulu.com/content/191653

There are innumerable musicians who have taken to writing, but few examples of writers who have taken to music. Kenji Siratori’s BIZARRE CD is injected with influences from Merzbow, Foetus, Meat Beat Manifesto, Frontline Assembly…. Sampling technology and programmed music is closer to his writing style.

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Kenji Siratori samples the transgressive genomics strategy circuit of a chemical=anthropoid. Industrial quickening of the abolition world is notified in his writing. Life=noise of a drug fetus corrodes the brain universe that tera of dogs were ill-treated on biocapturism.

He praises Foetus’s work. Foetus transplants the drug fetus army to a nerve cell. Kenji Siratori is J.G. Thirlwell’s literary apprentice. His ear scratches William Burroughs’s psychedelic placenta.

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