Birth name Shohei Iwasaki
April 14, 2005
Electronics, effects, synthesizer
Vanilla Records, G.R.O.S.S.
Associated acts ABM, Bustmonster, MXM, Sian
Shohei Iwasaki ( (1962 – April 14, 2005), better known by his stage name 岩崎昇平 Iwasaki Shōhei) Monde Bruits (, was a Japanese モンド・ブリューイッツ, French for "noise world") noise musician. He was one of the earliest in Japan's noise scene, and it was Iwasaki who organized Masami Akita's first Merzbow show in Osaka, Japan. He was also involved in ABM (with Fusao Toda and Naoto Hayashi), MXM (with Macronympha), and Sian (with Aube).
Iwasaki died in a motorcycle accident in 2005.
Discography [ edit ]
Portuguese Man-of-War Vanilla Records
Irresponsibility Steeple & Globe
Psychosomatic Performance G.R.O.S.S.
Selected Noise Works 93-94 Endorphine Factory
Monde Bruits Alchemy
Compilation tracks [ edit ]
"Peace of World"
戯れ -Come Again- Vanilla Records
Noise Forest Les Disques Du Soleil
"Live at Bears, Nanba, Osaka, 9. Jul, 1992"
Oh! Moro Volume 5
released as Shohei Iwasaki
"Absolute Ego Dance"
Noise War Mother Savage Noise Productions
"You Know What"
Come Again II
Density 100 G.R.O.S.S.
"Electric Lady Cunt"
Cataclastic Fracture (A Noise Collection) Deadline Recordings / Lazy Squid
"GR-002 Cubic Re-Mix"
Herz Aus G.R.O.S.S.
"Gone to Sky"
Aube + Katsumi + Kosakai + Monde Bruits Japan Overseas
My Baby Does Good Sculptures
Back to Mono (Mo) No Particular Records
COS Tape #4 COS Edition
with Dislocation and
Sink / Assign with SIAN (1997)
MxM - Flesh-Biting Paedophile with Macronympha (1995)
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