|1||I Know You (Itsuwari No Kao) |
Guitar [Additional Guitar] – Simeon BartholomewGuitar [Feedback] – Michael TavernerKeyboards – Jamie SaftVocals – Kazehito Seki
|2||Yuruyaka Na Shi No Ma No Kanbi Naru Mezame||4:56|
|4||What Is Chaos?|
Composed By, Performer [contains elements of "The Chickenoid Variations" composed & performed by], Noises, Effects [FX], Vocals – Nick SooleComposed By, Performer [contains elements of "Untitled" composed & performed by], Electronics, Other [Brocken CDs] – Jules AmbrosineDrums – Matt Ward Effects [FX], Percussion, Other [E.A.P.P.] – Alon IlsarGuitar – Conrad Harris , Julian Curwin, Luke Doyle
Guitar [Feedback] – Michael TavernerVocals – Kazehito Seki
|6||A Smile, A Wish|
Guitar [Additional Guitar] – Simeon BartholomewGuitar [Feedback] – Michael TavernerKeyboards – Jamie Saft
|7||A Glimpse Of A Thursday Afternoon|
Double Bass – Trevor DunnKeyboards – Jamie Saft
Vocals – Kazehito Seki
|10||Ether Rag Addiction|
Guitar [Feedback] – Michael TavernerVocals – Kazehito Seki
|11||Embracing The Delicious|
Vocals – Amanda Kelly, Mick Kaslick, Morgan Murphy
- Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Composed By [All Music Improvised By] – Kim Lawson
- Artwork – Sam Harwood
- Baritone Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Composed By [All Music Improvised By] – Ian Pieterse
- Conductor [Conducted By], Other [Manipulated By] – Simeon Bartholomew
- Drums, Composed By [All Music Improvised By] – Chris Allison
- Guitar, Composed By [All Music Improvised By] – Simon Dawes
- Mastered By – Mell Dettmer
- Mixed By, Recorded By [Additional Recording] – Jamie Saft
- Producer, Concept By [Conceived By], Recorded By [Additional Recording], Mixed By [Pre-Mixes], Edited By, Music By [All Music Improvised By], Bass, Turntables, Synth, Effects [FX], Noises, Guitar [Additional Guitar], Autoharp, Sampler – Andrew Mortensen
- Recorded By – George Sheridan
- Recorded By [Additional Recording] – Geoff Lee
Australian deconstructionist noise/jazz collective Kurushimi return with ‘What Is Chaos?’, an immersive sonic journey across time and space.
On their previous releases, ‘Shōtotsu’ EP and ‘Kurushimi’ debut LP, the group conjured a style of experimental jazz that seemed to be drowned in a thick, hallucongenic tar. Like a gradually expanding black hole, the band pulled elements of prog, drone and extreme metal towards itself while continually obliterating any sense of rhythmic or melodic centre.
Now, with ‘What Is Chaos?’, Kurushimi have allowed their collective unconscious to run free. The result is awe-inspiring. Each of the album’s varied tracks stream by in a violent flourish of creative destruction.
‘Yuruyaka na shi no ma no kanbi naru mezame’ sounds like Kilamanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble screaming across a void after unwittingly ingesting a potent dose of psilocybin.
‘A Glimpse Of Thursday Afternoon’ sounds as if Buckethead - twisted on DMT - burst into a smokey New York 1950s jazz club accompanied by a deranged robotic sidekick. Hilarity ensues in the wacky family romp that follows.
Tracks like ‘Ether Rag Addiction’ and ‘C8H10N4O2’ pay tribute to the group’s spiritual leader John Zorn and his work with Painkiller and Naked City. It’s a fitting tribute to the original noise-jazz deconstructionists, and provides at least some reference for this staggering piece of art music.
This is lucid dreaming for psychedelic jazz heads hiding in Scandinavian forests with a battle axes and raised claws; a message from some indeterminate future, where all art, music and culture has collapsed in on itself, leaving behind a whirring chaotic patchwork of symbols, styles, ideas and mediums.
(Well there you go: this is the first piece of music to ever remind of Hermann Hesse's The Glass Bead Game - the play of which involves creating an abstract synthesis across the entirety of the arts and sciences to establish deep and beautiful connections between seemingly unrelated topics.)
Kurushimi have rendered the boundaries between particular styles and genres meaningless. They have revealed the strings that were, until now, completely invisible. In doing so they have pushed us to the very borders of language, and the very borders of music.
- Mixed At – Potterville International Sound
- Recorded At – Music Feeds Studio
- Mastered At – Studio Soli
- Published By – Convulsive Beauty Music
- Published By – Pain Management
- Copyright (c) – All Right Reserved
What Is Chaos by Kurushimi, released 13 September 2018 1. What Is Chaos 2. C8H10N4O2 3. Yuruyaka na shi no ma no kanbi naru mezame 4. Twelve Vacancies 5. Embracing The Delicious 6. A Glimpse of a Thursday Afternoon 7. A Smile, A Wish 8. Ether Rag Addiction 9. Feast 10. I Know You Itsuwari no kao 11. Arachnophilia Australian deconstructionist noisejazz collective Kurushimi return with What Is Chaos, an immersive sonic journey across time and space. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 8 AUD or more. Kurushimi What Is Chaos Kurushimi Released on: 2018-09-21 Artist: Kurushimi Music Publisher: Art. 2018 г. Provided to YouTube by Republic of Music. What Is Chaos Kurushimi. Released on: 2018-09-21. Album 2018 11 Songs. More By Kurushimi. See , with What Is Chaos, Kurushimi have allowed their collective unconscious to run free. The result is awe-inspiring. Each of the. Australian deconstructionist noisejazz collective Kurushimi return with What Is Chaos, an immersive sonic journey across time and space. On their previous releases, Shōtotsu EP and Kurushimi debut LP, the group conjured a style of experimental jazz that seemed to be drowned in a thick, hallucongenic tar. Like a gradually expanding black hole, the band pulled elements of prog, drone and extreme metal towards itself while continually obliterating any sense of rhythmic or melodic centre. What Is Chaos is an album by Kurushimi released in 2018. Your feedback. What Is Chaos by Kurushimi Year: 2018 Overall rank: 75,773rd. Average Rating: 73100 from 1 vote. KURUSHIMI - What Is Chaos - the ultimate metal music online community, from the creators of . 0 rating 0 review. Album 2018. Filed under Avant-garde Metal By KURUSHIMI. What Is Chaos 09:18 2. C8H10N4O2 01:03 3. Yuruyaka na shi no ma no kanbi naru mezame 04:56 4. Twelve Vacancies 01:08 5. Embracing The Delicious 11:54 6. A Glimpse of a Thursday Afternoon 06:07 7. A Smile, A Wish 04:31 8. Ether Rag Addiction 01:01 9. Feast 12:02 10. I Know You Itsuwari no kao 11:44 11. The Chaos is the fourth album by English post-punk revival band The Futureheads. It was released on 26 April 2010. The album is the band's second on their label Nul Records, and was preceded by a download-only single, 'Struck Dumb', on 2 December 2009. The track 'Struck Dumb', an example of the band's classic angular guitar-rock, has been described as a blast of pop-punk energy. As Phil Mongredien of Q magazine put it, though, in The Chaos, as in This Is Not the World, the emphasis is on the big. Improvised grindcorefree-jazzexperimental rock, utilising games from the Violence In Action manual. This band are superb This is what I wanted from the projeKts of King Crimson ,but they leave KC light year behind. Chris Foley. 7 April 2017 at 19:08. Represent PagesPublic figureMusicianBandKurushimiPosts. English UK Русский Українська Suomi Español. Privacy Terms Advertising AdChoices Cookies . eMU DEAL. What Is Chaos Kurushimi. EMU PRICE . Kurushimi's Album What Is Chaos. Listen to all tracks of What Is Chaos for free