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Katsura Mouri // M21 CD

Katsura Mouri // M21 CD

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Based on a masterpiece bass drone that amplifies the hum noise emitted from a portable record player, various sounds twisted by scratches, poor contact sounds and noises that touch the arm fly around, revealing a tough and tough world. Let me put it out.

"Turntables who have completely abandoned their original role repeat infinite amplification by motor (rotation) and cartridge (contact), thus leading to an uprising! Must listen!"
── Yoshihide Otomo

"A small turntable, a huge sound barrier that stands up at the kick start.
Let's prepare..The sub-bass of Kenbayashi bullet rain is right there. "
── Shin Nishiyama

"The whole'M21', which is based on low-frequency sustained sounds, is finely composed, with a liquid-like irregular sound and rough contact noise, slow changes and rapid development, or multiple. There are structures set up on various scales that can be heard by carefully facing the length of one hour, such as the rhythm created by periodic growls. However, at the same time, the structure can be established by itself no matter what moment is cut out. It's also a series of free acoustic fragments—for example, the traces of a skillful turntable performance filled with physicality are appealing on their own. Another representative solo album by Katsura Mouri was born, which contrasts well with "M16", which was also an anthology of noisy small pieces that listened to. "
── Shigetsugu Hosoda (writer / music criticism)
 

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edition zeroso: edition zeroso:

"Underpinning the foundation of" M21 "are some incredible low frequency drones created by amplifiering the hum from portable record players. Ugly contact sounds from touching the arms, noise and scratches: all kinds of sounds fly past, warped into a tough, tenacious sound world. "

Otomo Yoshihide :

"So this is how you push turntables into revolt! Divorcing them entirely from their original purpose, into a repeating infinite amplification of motors (rotation) and cartridges (contact). Essential!"

Artist: Katsura Mouri

Label: edition zeroso

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Based on a masterpiece bass drone that amplifies the hum noise emitted from a portable record player, various sounds twisted by scratches, poor contact sounds and noises that touch the arm fly around, revealing a tough and tough world. Let me put it out.

"Turntables who have completely abandoned their original role repeat infinite amplification by motor (rotation) and cartridge (contact), thus leading to an uprising! Must listen!"
── Yoshihide Otomo

"A small turntable, a huge sound barrier that stands up at the kick start.
Let's prepare..The sub-bass of Kenbayashi bullet rain is right there. "
── Shin Nishiyama

"The whole'M21', which is based on low-frequency sustained sounds, is finely composed, with a liquid-like irregular sound and rough contact noise, slow changes and rapid development, or multiple. There are structures set up on various scales that can be heard by carefully facing the length of one hour, such as the rhythm created by periodic growls. However, at the same time, the structure can be established by itself no matter what moment is cut out. It's also a series of free acoustic fragments—for example, the traces of a skillful turntable performance filled with physicality are appealing on their own. Another representative solo album by Katsura Mouri was born, which contrasts well with "M16", which was also an anthology of noisy small pieces that listened to. "
── Shigetsugu Hosoda (writer / music criticism)
 

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edition zeroso: edition zeroso:

"Underpinning the foundation of" M21 "are some incredible low frequency drones created by amplifiering the hum from portable record players. Ugly contact sounds from touching the arms, noise and scratches: all kinds of sounds fly past, warped into a tough, tenacious sound world. "

Otomo Yoshihide :

"So this is how you push turntables into revolt! Divorcing them entirely from their original purpose, into a repeating infinite amplification of motors (rotation) and cartridges (contact). Essential!"

Artist: Katsura Mouri

Label: edition zeroso