Indonesian/Japanese Duo Murmur Release Harsh Noise Record

Trapped inside isolation around, cause of coronavirus spreading, Murmur born and began to transmit their chaotic plague wave of noise to every people that lose their hope and starting to die. Murmur is a collaboration project between 2 artists from Japan and Indonesia. Ryoko Ono (Alto Saxophone) and Pandu (Noise, Electronic) mix the high pitch and sharpness sound from Ryoko saxophone with glitch corrosive-harsh noise from Pandu, 20 minutes of sonic torment for the living and the dead. It’s a really intense sound that Murmur made. Ryoko’s latest works included performed and collaboration with Toshiji Mikawa (Incapacitants, Hijokaidan), Mick Barr, Richard Pinhass, Kazutoki Umezu, Akira Sakata, and more, also leads her own group Ryorchestra. Pandu with their latest works collaboration with Junko Hiroshige (Hijokaidan), Maia Koenig, split with Fraqsea, HNM, Aneka Digital Safari, The Rita, and more. This collaboration will be released on a limited hand-numbered cassette via Gerpfast Records.

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