Natsukashii

26,00

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why we love this

An album filled with dreamy yet playful compositions, filled with floaty bleeps and blops that evoke a sense of wonder.

about the record

Music of the same school of ‘80s pioneer Hiroshi Yoshimura, offering spacious, light, melodic compositions that sound like they were made using the same Yamaha synthesizers Yoshimura did. Natsukashii is a must-listen for anyone interested in Japanese-style ambient, beautifully executing the serene pentatonic melodies and masterful arrangement of space that Japanese composers often particularly excel at. Every track on the release is sublime, but “Wildlife” and the title track both particularly tap into a meditative headspace, with synthesizer scales that feel like waves ebbing away slowly after crashing onto the shore.

  1. A1 - Dunes 3:57
  2. A2 - Driving East 3:34
  3. A3 - Tankers On The Horizon 4:12
  4. A4 - Bunking Off 3:54
  5. B1 - Horsey Sunset 2:59
  6. B2 - Wildlife 4:06
  7. B3 - Swimming In The Rain 2:55
  8. B4 - North Sea 3:21

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Natsukashii

26,00

in stock

  1. A1 - Dunes 3:57
  2. A2 - Driving East 3:34
  3. A3 - Tankers On The Horizon 4:12
  4. A4 - Bunking Off 3:54
  5. B1 - Horsey Sunset 2:59
  6. B2 - Wildlife 4:06
  7. B3 - Swimming In The Rain 2:55
  8. B4 - North Sea 3:21

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why we love this

An album filled with dreamy yet playful compositions, filled with floaty bleeps and blops that evoke a sense of wonder.

about the record

Music of the same school of ‘80s pioneer Hiroshi Yoshimura, offering spacious, light, melodic compositions that sound like they were made using the same Yamaha synthesizers Yoshimura did. Natsukashii is a must-listen for anyone interested in Japanese-style ambient, beautifully executing the serene pentatonic melodies and masterful arrangement of space that Japanese composers often particularly excel at. Every track on the release is sublime, but “Wildlife” and the title track both particularly tap into a meditative headspace, with synthesizer scales that feel like waves ebbing away slowly after crashing onto the shore.

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