Sound artists Akio Suzuki & Aki Onda, first performed Ke i Te Ki in 2015 in New York. The pair built a series of sounds above field recordings, drones and further sound distortions. In Japanese, Ke i Te Ki is the sound of an alarm warning of a hazard. The name was chosen by the pair to remind themselves to set out of their comfort zone and to push the boundaries of their sound experiments further.
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