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MUSIC SHARE #086 21/10/2019 20:00~21:00 (JST)
Guest : Yosi Horikawa
Yosi Horikawa is a Japanese producer whose music truly deserves the adjective original.
Born in Osaka, Yosi first started making music at age 12, recording in his bedroom using his voice and various found and made sounds Overdubbing across two tape decks, Yosi started on his own musical journey in a DIY style that continues to define him today.
The music Yosi makes draws deeply from these early experiments by bringing unusual found sounds into his compositions, sounds which often form the core of his songs and give them a truly organic quality.
Whether it be birds chirping in the forest, the everyday sounds of a city or even the noises your kitchen utensils can make, everything has the potential to be turned into a song for Yosi.
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9m88 aka. Baba is a Taiwan-raised, New York-based musician. After arriving in New York as a Jazz voice major, she has broadened her interest in various genres of music, including Jazz, R&B, Pop, and Free Improvisation. Baba is also known for infusing her music with vivid and retro visuals. Her lyrics usually deal with personal bitter-sweet stories on a daily basis. The release of her 7-inch vinyl “Nine Head Hinano”, including a cover of City Pop classic “Plastic Love”, has helped her increase followers over the world. 9m88 is now working on her debut album independently, which will release in 2019.
Tokyo-based producer Sakura Tsuruta guides you through her sonic world with a blend of dark yet ethereal sounds, constantly crystallizing emotions. Embark on a sonic adventure with Sakura at your own peril.
ATOM ON SPHERE have been turning heads since their start in 2011. Formed by KEN LLOYD (OBLIVION DUST / FAKE?), Shigeo (The SAMOS / ex.SBK), Keitaimo (WUJABINBIN / ikanimo / ex.BEAT CRUSADERS) and Makoto Sakurai (Dragon Ash), all four members have been key players in the Japanese music scene since the mid 90’s with their respective bands and projects.
You are gonna love this.
His music represents full of retrospective nostalgia among non-interventional selfishness in some part.
As putting a back-lashed fishing reel into translucent trash bag….
His music is said "to be wished to listen again at nice summer" and like "an adolescent water balloon is thrown".
By his nostalgic and wierd sounds, SI BEGG, one of the reading artist in UK's music scene who is a wierd techno dubstep musician, is remixed Primula's music. He unashamedly revealed his heart beating funkness through "Jetlag And Tinnitus Reworks 5".
moved to the U.K. in 2004 because she was into British music. Gigs with an acoustic guitar in various places was the center of her life in London.
Ayu joined an electronic band “Nedry”
Two albums were released by Monotreme Records.
A subtle mix of acoustic and electronic music influenced by electronica/trip-hop/industrial/ alternative
In 2019, she released her new album''sayonsara dance''
MINGUSS the band led by Mami Konishi, influenced by the minimalistic music of Manuel Göttsching, creates incredible soundscapes, which will bring the listeners into new hypnotic dimensions. Pulsing beats, wonderful lyrics and the incredible voice of Mami Konishi will be the key features for a unique sound experience.
Singer song / Writer, Canadian born father and Japanese mother. At 16,afterlistening to ‘Stand by Me’ by Ben E King, started singing and composing original songs. Original compositions reflect a unique view of the world with both a nostalgic melody and a sort floating voice. Sang on the soundtrack for the Japanese movie, ‘Umimachi Diary’ released in June,2015. Sang background vocal in ‘Soft in One’ for Rohto Pharmaceutical Co.,Ltd. and ‘Odakyu Electric Railway’ commercial now running on Japanese TV. Will expand her professional carrier by working both domestically and overseas.
She is currently,singing and clubbing live in Tokyo.
machìna is a Korean artist working and operating out of Tokyo.
Her musical development has led her to explore the realms of sound and texture with an
eclectic collection of gear. Her recent work is all about the fusion of abstract sounds with
deeply engaging lyrical content.
Personally she is motivated by the pursuit of a harmony between layers of technology.
time and emotion. Her live set up is based around a modular system with live voice oscillator
and analogue synthesizer. She improvises with live sampling and vocals to create an
encompassing sound experience.
Consisting of Akira Tatsumi (sax player/former member of disbanded ska band DETERMINATIONS), TANCO (leader/bassist of HOME GROWN, the reggae band), Motoharu (saxman of SOIL & "PIMP" SESSIONS, the explosive jazz band) and 3 others, the band of highly regarded 6 artists hereby drops its 1st album. Incorporating ska and reggae-based renditions with distinguished jazz flavor, the rich and lavishly enhanced band-feel is clearly prominent in the cover tunes, such as “Speak No Evil” (the famous number by Wayne Shorter which they named themselves after,) or “I Shot The Sherriff”. Including the very successful original track “Lucky Dragon 5”, each member’s abundant experience distinctly portrays their brilliantly varied performance here.
Launched in 2016, Kodäma is led by singer Kiala Ogawa (daughter of former Fela Kuti’s guitarist Kiala Nzatovunga), bass player Thomas Hugenel, and a drummer. This group is revealing an electro-soul and jazztronica groove permeated by Japanese and West-African influences.
Borders mean nothing to Say Yes Dog. With two members from Germany and one from Luxembourg, it was only natural for this three-piece to form their band in the Dutch city of The Hague. There they're known as the worst best kept secret in years; with just one released EP, the band was invited by Junip to support them on a European tour through seven countries. They also played shows in London, Berlin and at the Reeperbahn Festival. With their wobbly basslines, dry synths and remarkable vocals they're in the same league as The Whitest Boy Alive.
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