Igor Krutogolov - organ, acoustic guitar,strings, percussion, effects and winds.
Kenji Siratori - voice.
Recorded on Desember at "Givataim Theater" by Ruslan Gross.
This collab from Israeli avant-musician Igor Krutogolov and Japanese cyberpunk author, man-machine-chaos-reporter Kenji Siratori (who btw mentioned @Discogs in 287 so far releases) looks to be their second work after Catastrophic Cells CDr. It was previously out in Japan as Dark Water CDr on Karakuri label, but shortly after that disappeared. According to Igor, there was even a book related to this CDr, and also there could be even a few quite obscure CDr re-pressings, but at least for European scene this album got a misty story, dark as itself.
Current MP3 version is aimed to backup this issue and to spread this murky tunes to wider audience.
@escrec.com: Igor Krutogolov — Israeli composer and musician, participates in a large amount of musical projects, such as collaborations with Chaos as Shelter, Bastard Noise, Agnivolok, Tidal, Crossfishes, NJD and others. He is also founder of projects as Kruzenshtern & Parohod, Igor Krutogolov Karate Band (a mini big band plays grind-core, black metal, rock-n-roll and tango on toy instruments) and others, wrote the soundtrack for the animated film Wardrobe by Japanese directors Yamamoto Hiromi & Takayuri Iwasawa and scored a theatre performance by famous Israeli director Igor Berezin.
@discogs.com: Kenji Siratori is a Japanese cyberpunk author and internet self-promoter. He first gained attention in 2006 by writing to as many industrial, ambient, EBM and goth bands he could find, including "reviews" of them in his idiosyncratic style, and asking to collaborate. His scattergun approach proved successful, despite his reviews of non-sequitirs and non-sensical cyberspeak being interchangeable, and a slew of collaborations from flattered musicians were soon foisted upon the world.