NOMON - Card II (2021)
Drawing on their passion for experimental, industrial, contemporary and electronic music, NOMON’s music is at times fierce, intense, serene and calm. “Card II” echoes the emotions related to the inevitable changes in one’s life. The feelings of fear and freedom that come with choosing a certain path, and touching on fragments of memories from their lives in Tokyo, Oakland and now New York, where they both currently reside. any objects. They use a Rorschach-like percussion set up to capture the naturally occurring mirror-image synchronization, and their album title “Card II” refers to one of the ten inkblot prints used on the Rorschach test to reveal how a subject is likely to manage feelings of anger or harm.
(Release date: May 14, 2021)
IMA - The Flowers Die in Burning Fire - 炎の中で死にゆく花 LP from Buh Records (2019)
The debut album of IMA tells an anecdote of the inevitable notion of time, change, decay, the vanished, and rebirth. With meticulous, industrial, and filmic instrumentation, IMA marches forth with starkness and surrender into the aftermath of destruction, and attempt for transformative regeneration of beauty through catalysts of pleasure. (Release date: November 15, 2019)
IMA - ENDE - single from Buh Records (2018)
The debut single of IMA, Ende portraits the beginning of awakening to the aftermath of destruction and devastation. Percussionist Nava Dunkelman (JP) and electronic sound artist Amma Ateria (HK), depicts noise music of Japanese poetry by deconstructing and dissolving heavy music through meticulous, industrial, and filmic instrumentation. (Release date: October 24, 2018)