• Free shipping nationwide for purchases over 11,000 yen (tax included)
H.Takahashi // Low Power CD

H.Takahashi // Low Power CD

¥ 1,958
  • Availability:

H. Takahashi works are in stock.

The unit UNKNOWN ME with Yakenohara, P-RUFF, etc. became a hot topic, and the new work "Low Power" by Japanese ambient writer "H. Takahashi", who received high praise including overseas from Where To Now ?, is White Paddy. Appeared from MOuntain! !!
"Low Power" makes you feel the tradition of Japanese ambient music such as Hiroshi Yoshimura and Satoshi Ashikawa, as was the case with H. Takahashi's works so far., Based on the historical interpretation of orthodox ambient such as Erik Satie and Brian Eno, it became a monumental album with its own minimalist aesthetics engraved on it.The sound particles, like the light rain that sometimes falls, but with a refreshing feeling, sink comfortably into the body like a shower after running 100m at full power.The melody that reaches from the end of the earth gives the feeling of floating in the water, and the simple tone composition and strange arrangement make you feel the philosophy of the Japanese garden and the minimalism of Sen no Rikyu.An ambient masterpiece that evokes a lyrical view beyond the sound was born here.
--White Paddy Mountain

" The iPhone compositions found on Low Power take the form of self-care, not only for Takahashi himself but potentially for the listener. In alienating, often informationally overloaded cities (or, really, anywhere because of the internet), his micro-music finds a way of channeling peace through a device more readily associated with hyper-stimulation. "
-
FACT Magazine

Artist: H. Takahashi

Label: White Paddy Mountain

H. Takahashi works are in stock.

The unit UNKNOWN ME with Yakenohara, P-RUFF, etc. became a hot topic, and the new work "Low Power" by Japanese ambient writer "H. Takahashi", who received high praise including overseas from Where To Now ?, is White Paddy. Appeared from MOuntain! !!
"Low Power" makes you feel the tradition of Japanese ambient music such as Hiroshi Yoshimura and Satoshi Ashikawa, as was the case with H. Takahashi's works so far., Based on the historical interpretation of orthodox ambient such as Erik Satie and Brian Eno, it became a monumental album with its own minimalist aesthetics engraved on it.The sound particles, like the light rain that sometimes falls, but with a refreshing feeling, sink comfortably into the body like a shower after running 100m at full power.The melody that reaches from the end of the earth gives the feeling of floating in the water, and the simple tone composition and strange arrangement make you feel the philosophy of the Japanese garden and the minimalism of Sen no Rikyu.An ambient masterpiece that evokes a lyrical view beyond the sound was born here.
--White Paddy Mountain

" The iPhone compositions found on Low Power take the form of self-care, not only for Takahashi himself but potentially for the listener. In alienating, often informationally overloaded cities (or, really, anywhere because of the internet), his micro-music finds a way of channeling peace through a device more readily associated with hyper-stimulation. "
-
FACT Magazine

Artist: H. Takahashi

Label: White Paddy Mountain