Michel Henritzi was born in Metz, France (1959), where he lives and works. He was involved in different industrial and rock bands in the late 70s, before collaborating with the collective Nox (Nox (2)). In 1984 he created a cassette label, AKT Production. He also collaborated with American writer Kathy Acker in 1986 on a lecture recording. He has written extensively for different independent fanzines (New Wave (FR), Hello Happy Taxpayer (FR), Peace Warriors (FR), Blow Up (IT), Improvised Music of Japan (JAP)), and continues to write for Revue & Corrigée, the dictionary of independant Japanese music, and the web-zine Opprobrium. He published several texts on Japanese Music in "Polyfree" (Outre Mesure Ed.), "l'Experience de l'Experimentation" (Les Presses du Réel). He was given a grant to write on Japanese music at Villa Kujoyama, Kyoto (2007).
|Sites:||michelhenritzi.canalblog.com , Bandcamp |
|In Groups:||Dustbreeders, Howlin' Ghost Proletarians, O'Death Jug|
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