Digital noise by the sweetest, high volume, voices of Japanese girls in the distance, Otaku’s stories, obsessions manifested, a rabbit, the subway…
Venta Protesix hates music. He and his laptop are between the foremost representatives of the global scene of lolicon noise purism, a micro-terrorist genre born on the deepest reaches of last.fm shoutboxes, where mysterious 14-old Japanese schoolgirls praise nazism, chemical drug abuse, Konata-worship and black metal. Among his peculiar influences are 山内大輔 Daisuke Yamanouchi’s ero-guro movies, AV idols, hentai and the concept of fan service as an ontological category of Being. Sounds like: Masonna trapped in a pink laptop along with Sachiko M and a 56k modem that survived the 90s. New electronic noise for a generation of romantic shut-ins.