Freitag, 13.12.2019

Beiträge mit dem Stichwort "Tokyo"

TENTENKO – Interview

TENTENKO: “It is music that I always want to challenge”

Tentenko just released a split lp with Kopy on Tal Records and will be for the first time on tour in…

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Cindy Li – Tour Diary Asia

Ciel “Hao! Feeling the year of the pig in a big way”

Within the last twelve months Toronto based dj and producer Cindy Li (which goes by the artist name …

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Chee Shimzu on his label 17853

“I am waiting for chances to appear. I am not in a hurry.“

Chee Shimzu, dj, producer, label owner, record seller, compilation curator and author leads us throu…

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MUTEK Japan 2017

Continue the adventure

We not only want to show the most cutting edge shows and bring international talent to Japan, but al…

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Rashad Becker & Ena

Friendly Neighbours

While Rashad Becker is best known for being a luminary in the field of mastering, but he is also an …

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Montreal´s Mutek festival makes a trip to Tokyo

それはファンタスティックでした

Montreal home based festival Mutek did his first Japan edition in Tokyo on November 2,3,4 2017. It t…

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Marginal Consort

Mazuo Imai. Tomonao Koshikawa. Kei Shii. Masami Tada.

On the 6th of June one of the rare performances of the Japanese Noise-Impro-Collective Marginal Con…

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One night in...

Nombe Yokocho & Golden Gai

The darkside of Tokyo’s nightlife is normally well hidden in the alleyways of Nombe Yokocho and Go…

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Keiji Haino

“It is going to be very fast and very loud.”

Just the mention of Keiji Haino makes Japanese people nervous. His aura hangs over the room hours b…

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Meguro, Tokyo, Japan

Abunai in Meguro

Abunai. Abunai. Hyaku. Hyaku.…

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Hideaki Ishi (aka DJ Krush)

The Gallery of Hōryū-ji

Dj Krush on Power Rangers, Godzilla and the very special sound of japanese instruments.…

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Nakahara Masaya (aka Violent Onsen Geisha)

I don’t understand myself, so why would other people understand me?

Nakahara Masaya is the Japanese master of irritation, deftly rethinking disco to hiphop, from field…

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