|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||A Split Release||13||mp3||2000-11-00||Crionic Mind|
|2||Deus Irae||3||mp3||1993||Nux Organization|
|3||Aurora Remixes||6||mp3||1996||Rawkus Primitive|
|6||Invisible Fire / Mad Water||2||mp3||2000-08-00||Syntactic|
|7||ERG Per Galaxy||10||mp3||2002-06-15||Opposite Records|
|8||The Passing / Iceberg||2||mp3||1994||Alley Sweeper|
|9||Echoed Currents / Shooting Star Crash||2||mp3||1994||Alley Sweeper|
|10||Peak Of Nothingness||13||mp3||2000-12-00||Hushush|
|11||Heavy Water||2||mp3||1993||Fourth Dimension Records|
|12||Cryonics||3||mp3||1994||Table Of The Elements|
|14||Interstellar Chemistry||12||mp3||2002||Beta-lactam Ring Records|
|15||Terminal Beach||5||mp3||1996||Manifold Records|
|16||Inorganic Orgasm||7||mp3||1998||Manifold Records|
|17||Ultimate Material III||2||mp3||1995||Manifold Records|
|18||Split||3||mp3||2001||Torture Music Records|
|21||Discoteca Plasma||12||mp3||2000||Mindfield Records|
|23||Atomik Disorder||10||mp3||2003||Neurot Recordings|
|24||Terminal Hz||5||mp3||2000-09-00||Ground Fault Recordings|
|25||Freedom And Solitude||4||mp3||2000||Sin Organisation|
|26||Flying Serpent||3||mp3||1994||Fourth Dimension Records|
|27||Xenoglossia||13||mp3||2003||Insofar Vapor Bulk|
|28||Prime Radiant||11||mp3||2005-03-01||Blossoming Noise|
|29||New Kind Of Water||7||mp3||1992||Charnel Music|
|30||Anima Motrix||12||mp3||2005||Dot Dot Dot Music|
KK.Null (born Kazuyuki Kishino) is one of the top names in Japanese noise music and in a larger context, one of the great cult artists in experimental rock. Starting his career in the early 80's by performing guitar improvisations in the clubs and streets of Tokyo, he continued by collaborating with [a=Merzbow] for two years, and joining the bands [a=YBO²] and [a=Absolut Null Punkt].
In 1987, he gained wider notoriety as the leader, guitarist and singer of the trio [a=Zeni Geva], which he described as "progressive hardcore". Zeni Geva reached world-wide fame with their heavy and hypnotic sound, eventually releasing three [a=Steve Albini]-produced albums on Jello Biafra's [l=Alternative Tentacles] label.
After playing the guitar as his main instrument for some twenty years, Null has gradually moved towards a more electronic approach. These days he mostly states the "nullsonic" as his primary instrument. Nullsonic is something of a variation of [a=Robert Fripp]'s 1970's instrument "frippertronics" - a combination of electric guitar and effects units, which elevated the effects to equal importance alongside the guitar. Null has gone even further by discarding the guitar altogether and making all the sounds with effects only.
In recent years, he has concentrated his efforts increasingly on his solo material.