Japanese electronic musician Hitoshi Kojo
debuted in the vein of free-noise industrial music
with albums such as Border (2001) and Plexus (2004), plus
Sacrifice + Phosphorus (2000) and
Sympathetic Field (2002)
under the moniker Spiracle.
Spiracle's double-disc Ananta (2006) foreshadowed a less extreme
In fact, he then turned to droning ambient music with the
EP Ezo (Alluvial, 2009), composed from found objects,
and High Tide Mirror (Omnimemento, 2012).
Lux Ova (Omnimemento, 2010) collects rarities from the 1990s.
Omnimoment (Omnimemento, 2012) collects soundtracks for art
installations of the late 2000s.
Kojo and his wife, Swiss vocalist Carole Zweifel, who had performed with
recorded freak-folk under the moniker Juppala Kaapio:
Rainbow Mask (2010),
Sporing Promenade (2010),
Animalia Corolla (2012); whereas the duo evolved towards a more abstract
form of avantgarde vocal music on Rewound Groves (2012).
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