Poly-Time Soundscapes / Forest Of The Shrine

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why we love this

What feels like sonic proof that nature and machines can, in fact, live in harmony with one another. The showers of delicate synth movements and calm rhythmic pulses are enmeshed in a dewy, vibrational atmosphere. One has the feeling of being transplanted to a breathtaking rainforest.

about the record

Tokyo-based Taro Nohara's solo project, Poly-Time Soundscapes / Forest Of The Shrine, offers a unique and modern take on Japanese environmental music—a free-floating re-interpretation of the sub-genre popularized by artists like Midori Takada, Hiroshi Yoshimura, and Satoshi Ashikawa. This reinterpretation is fused with subtle nuances from various origins: downtempo, hip-hop, sound design, chill-out, and experimental. Conceived as a two-part adventure of contemplative peace, Taro Nohara's organic soundscape takes you on a mind-soothing journey through time (or memories) and the enchanting mysteries of lush forests.

  1. 1 - Shishi Odoshi 5:30
  2. 2 - African Buddhist Temple 6:42
  3. 3 - Beatific Sea 5:31
  4. 4 - Peninsula Information Center 4:29
  5. 5 - Miyadaiku 6:35
  6. 6 - The Universe Above The Garden 4:58
  7. 7 - Freakout Ondo 4:12
  8. 8 - Deep Inside Of The Naiku (Jo-Ha-Kyu) 8:05

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Poly-Time Soundscapes / Forest Of The Shrine

30,00

only 2 left

  1. 1 - Shishi Odoshi 5:30
  2. 2 - African Buddhist Temple 6:42
  3. 3 - Beatific Sea 5:31
  4. 4 - Peninsula Information Center 4:29
  5. 5 - Miyadaiku 6:35
  6. 6 - The Universe Above The Garden 4:58
  7. 7 - Freakout Ondo 4:12
  8. 8 - Deep Inside Of The Naiku (Jo-Ha-Kyu) 8:05

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why we love this

What feels like sonic proof that nature and machines can, in fact, live in harmony with one another. The showers of delicate synth movements and calm rhythmic pulses are enmeshed in a dewy, vibrational atmosphere. One has the feeling of being transplanted to a breathtaking rainforest.

about the record

Tokyo-based Taro Nohara's solo project, Poly-Time Soundscapes / Forest Of The Shrine, offers a unique and modern take on Japanese environmental music—a free-floating re-interpretation of the sub-genre popularized by artists like Midori Takada, Hiroshi Yoshimura, and Satoshi Ashikawa. This reinterpretation is fused with subtle nuances from various origins: downtempo, hip-hop, sound design, chill-out, and experimental. Conceived as a two-part adventure of contemplative peace, Taro Nohara's organic soundscape takes you on a mind-soothing journey through time (or memories) and the enchanting mysteries of lush forests.

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