Kazehito Seki is a Voiz (Organic Voice Noise) performer who seeks for the sharpest sound by running about between Noise (Abstract / Nerves) and Hardcore (Concrete / Muscle). Kazehito belongs to a particular scene in Japan, influenced by hardcore music, subculture, and what a western would see as Tokyo's sonic ghetto culture. Kazehito's approach to the voice as an instrument demonstrates his flexibility, oscillating between subtle sinewaves and brutal white noise in a microsecond, like so: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMyUPbe5_C8
For more than 10 years, Kazehito has been fusing his voice with
electronic noises. Then in 2012, joined in a Voiz group called Toyko
Voiz Choir organaised by William Tokuhisa, and toured in Korea with his two bands: Omawarisan and Ameri B.C. Nowadays, besides his solos and various bands, he collaborates with various kinds of artists including musicians and dancers. He also teaches training and keeping the voice safe, because after all -- the voice is and was (always) the primordial instrument.