2011 release. Four side-long remixes of Kajkyt's Krst (GODREC 002LP, 2010) from Lustmord, James Plotkin, K.K. Null, and Opcion. Some people call Lustmord a father of dark ambient, which is not far away from truth. His album Heresy (1990) is considered as a milestone of dark ambient but he also showed a big interest in dub music. His contribution here is a very good example of that theory. James Plotkin is not a person who can be easily classified into one particular genre, as his works show his interest of industrial/grind core (O.L.D.), drone metal (Khanate), but also abstract electronic (Indirmed). He shared his producing/mastering duties to bands such as Isis, Sunn O))), Scorn, Pelican, and Earth. Besides Merzbow, the other monster of Japanese noise culture is Kazuyuki Kishino (K.K. Null). Typical for the Japanese scene at that time, he also began producing a large number of solo and collaboration tapes. Nearby his numbered works, he is also a mastermind of Zeni Geva. Opcion (aka Ab-Hinc), has worked since middle '90s. He was closely linked to the label Wiederstand Records, where he produced one of the most fascinating down-tempo records of the whole catalog of the label, Farkhülse Fist (1997).
Krst (Lustmord Remix) (14:04)
Krst (James Plotkin Remix) (13:35)
Krst (K.K. Null Remix) (12:27)
Krst (Opcion Remix) (22:58)
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