We could just say that Ni is an instrumental rock band. We could just tell you to grab a nice coffee and look at their latest album cover while enjoying yourself on a balcony. We could just be happy that spring is on it’s way and that we can hear the birds sing all afternoon. We could just tell you that we have waited a long time for this moment.
However, to complicate it a little, we can also say that Ni is a four-headed monster. The big bad Ni has left the linear roads of the French department of Ain – from which it came – in order to live in a complex world paced by electrical sounds and varying poly-rhythms. At its temples, screams of the quartet make the windows crack, a stunning nervousness makes the walls fall down and, finally, the strong, age old foundations are removed and raise doubts regarding the durability of all things.
The knights who say Ni were the keepers of the sacred word. The band Ni however doesn’t need words to impress and conquer. With only music and their energetic live performances as their weapons, they leave every audience struck with awe.
Ni also performs with a PoiL as the group Piniol