Zhao / Sanz [NOIJZU]
Bass Clarinet, Computer Music, Electronics, Noise, No Input
Physical musicality is evoked by a habitat, which foreshadows diverse sound spaces. A musical examination focuses on recognition of domesticated
and undomesticated sounds, ideologies, networking senses and physical entities. Each sound identifies itself, through varied behaviours.
Noijzu is a Swiss experimental unit formed by Shuyue Zhao and Luis Sanz. The duo focuses on acoustic sounds and computer-generated sonic entities. Noijzu blends bass clarinet with digital signals, the result consists of extreme acoustic dynamics, complex and hyperreal textures, ranging from minimal to extreme and confrontational sound expressions. Noijzu's sound has been described as "a symphony of fragmented noise".
Noijzu's music has been performed and diffused across France, Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, Switzerland, Myanmar, Indonesia, Java, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and Thailand.
FSP [UA] & Noijzu - Cobra, limited edition in support of the Chernihiv Monumental Art Festival, Chernihiv Ukraine, 2021
A Guide of Swiss Underground Experimental Music, Double Vinyl, Buh Records, Peru, 2019 | here
Below The Radar Special Edition: Interactions: A Guide To Swiss Underground Experimental Music, The Wire Magazine, 2019 | here
Atrofia Cerebral [PE] & Noijzu, Split Tape, Rotova Porojnina Records, Kiev Ukraine, 2019
Noijzu, Discordant Seeds, C20 Tape, Cruel Bones, Zurich Switzerland, 2019
Noijzu, 4 Way Split, CDr, Low Life High Volume, Berlin Germany, 2018
Noijzu, El Bien De Ser, C10 Tape, Rotova Porojnina Records, Kiev Ukraine, 2018
Noijzu - SUD, Asia Tour 2020 | Photoreportage | download
February 6 - March 28, 2020
Asia Tour 2020 (Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Macao and Hong Kong) with Still und Dunkel (CH)
With the support of ProHelvetia, Fondation SUISA, Stadt Zürich, Schweizerische Interpretenstiftung, Kanton Bern, Gemeinde Köniz and Stadt Baden
Shuyue Zhao, Luis Sanz live at Plein Air à Voltaire Festival Geneva, Switzerland, 14.09.2019