Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Eh. Not bad, but not essential.
Robert P. Beveridge | Cleveland, OH | 06/21/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"K. K. Null and Disc, Nullsonic (Vinyl Communications, 1998)Okay. So you take a Japanese guitar god and put him into a studio with a supergroup of glitchpunk (Disc, when not performing together, are better known as Lesser and Kid606). What do you expect to come out the other end?Honestly, it sounds a whole lot like Disc when they're not recording with a Japanese guitar god. Twenty untitled tracks of glitched-out spankification ranging from short, epilespsy-inducing skipfests to long, drawn-out high-register madness.The hand of Null is best seen later in the album. Track 13, especially, begins sounding more like guitar drone than laptop-and-CD-player glitch, though it eventually degenerates into sounding as if you were listening to Null through a waterfall. Some of the Disc-sounding tracks are really fun, as well. Overall, though, hardcore null fans are likely to be put off by the cold, inorganic-sounding nature of the release unless they're already used to Disc's glitchism. It's not bad, but both acts have done better material. ** ½"