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Shuta Hiraki & Shuma Ando // idiorrythmie CD

Shuta Hiraki & Shuma Ando // idiorrythmie CD

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This is a co-written CD by Japanese ambient artists Shuta Hiraki & Shuma Ando, ​​released in September 2023 on Tokyo's experimental label Zappak.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"Shuta Hiraki and Hidemitsu Ando visited the former Sasebo Radio Telegraph Station (Hario Transmitting Station) in Nagasaki and performed inside it. They brought in percussion instruments, whistles, and a shruti box, and recorded It is said to have lasted over two hours.They arranged excerpts from that recording in chronological order and composed it into five songs.
At the beginning of the recording, the weather was bad and you could hear the sound of rain, but the weather gradually calmed down, and towards the end you could hear birds chirping, perhaps because it was sunny.Their performance, performed in deep reverberation, was filled with an ambience that felt like a release from tension.The listener's sense of hearing will subconsciously change from ``listening'' to ``hearing,'' and the listener will gradually sink into the sound. "

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more zappak releases available at Tobira.

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CD in folded card case + plastic sleeve. 

Tracklist:

  1. bifurcation 02:03
  2. 15:11
  3. les cyprès ne bougeaient pas 21:22
  4. les ombres errantes 07:03
  5. biffure 01:03

zappak:

"This tower was built in 1922 for radio transmission by the Japanese Navy. It stands 136 meters tall, made of concrete, and it is the tallest structure built before World War II in Japan. The interior of the tower has many hollow and steel columns, and there is a very deep reverberation.
Hiraki and Ando brought shruti boxes, percussion instruments, and objects, and did improvised performances for over two hours. These tracks are excerpts of a few parts.
It was raining on the day of the performance due to an approaching typhoon, and raindrops were falling everywhere inside. However, the weather gradually up during these two hours, the wind and rain inside the tower cleared eased. To capture the situation of the day , they put the recordings in chronological order."

Artist : Shuta Hiraki & Shuma Ando

Label: zappak

This is a co-written CD by Japanese ambient artists Shuta Hiraki & Shuma Ando, ​​released in September 2023 on Tokyo's experimental label Zappak.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"Shuta Hiraki and Hidemitsu Ando visited the former Sasebo Radio Telegraph Station (Hario Transmitting Station) in Nagasaki and performed inside it. They brought in percussion instruments, whistles, and a shruti box, and recorded It is said to have lasted over two hours.They arranged excerpts from that recording in chronological order and composed it into five songs.
At the beginning of the recording, the weather was bad and you could hear the sound of rain, but the weather gradually calmed down, and towards the end you could hear birds chirping, perhaps because it was sunny.Their performance, performed in deep reverberation, was filled with an ambience that felt like a release from tension.The listener's sense of hearing will subconsciously change from ``listening'' to ``hearing,'' and the listener will gradually sink into the sound. "

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more zappak releases available at Tobira.

----------------------

CD in folded card case + plastic sleeve. 

Tracklist:

  1. bifurcation 02:03
  2. 15:11
  3. les cyprès ne bougeaient pas 21:22
  4. les ombres errantes 07:03
  5. biffure 01:03

zappak:

"This tower was built in 1922 for radio transmission by the Japanese Navy. It stands 136 meters tall, made of concrete, and it is the tallest structure built before World War II in Japan. The interior of the tower has many hollow and steel columns, and there is a very deep reverberation.
Hiraki and Ando brought shruti boxes, percussion instruments, and objects, and did improvised performances for over two hours. These tracks are excerpts of a few parts.
It was raining on the day of the performance due to an approaching typhoon, and raindrops were falling everywhere inside. However, the weather gradually up during these two hours, the wind and rain inside the tower cleared eased. To capture the situation of the day , they put the recordings in chronological order."

Artist : Shuta Hiraki & Shuma Ando

Label: zappak