Monde Bruits

Shohei Iwasaki (岩崎昇平, Iwasaki Shōhei) (1962 – April 14, 2005), better known by his stage name Monde Bruits (モンド・ブリューイッツ, French for "noise world"), was a Japanese 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.

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Releases

Sleeve Title Year Format
Monde Bruits - Selected Noise Works 93-94 1994 CD, Album
Monde Bruits - Purgatory CDr, Unofficial Release
Monde Bruits - Psychosomatic Performance 1993 Cassette, Numbered
Monde Bruits - Psychosomatic Performance 1993 Cassette, Numbered
Monde Bruits - Psychosomatic Performance 1993 Cassette, Numbered
Monde Bruits - Monde Bruits 1999 CD, Album
Monde Bruits - Purgatory 1992 Cassette, Numbered
Monde Bruits - Purgatory 1992 Cassette, Numbered
Monde Bruits - Irresponsibility 1991 Cassette
Monde Bruits - Portuguese Man-Of-War 1991 Cassette, Single Sided, Numbered
Monde Bruits / Pain Jerk - Fragmentagraph 1996 Cassette, Limited Edition, Numbered
Aube + Katsumi* + Kosakai* + Monde Bruits - Untitled 1997 CD

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