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Kyoto’s kuromoji makes jazzy, tripped-out beats of a standard that Flying Lotus would be proud of. A skilled producer, he also strives to layer his creations with real-world recordings, carefully embedding the sound of his surroundings into his songs.

“To me, recording natural sounds is as much fun as taking samples from vinyl”, kuromoji told Bandcamp Daily recently. “Roaring of cars can be a booming bass, waterfalls can be high end noise, and footsteps are percussion.”

Check out the exquisite ‘鬼首村手毬唄考’ below, then head here to absorb last year’s EP, Autumn Leaves and​.​.​.

by Editor
August 10, 2017

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