|Buchikamashi / Dontoyare|
|Add Date:||2011-11-20||Pull Date:||2012-01-22||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||15 Jan||25 Dec||18 Dec||11 Dec||27 Nov|
|1.||Tue, 10 Jan 12:||dj noname|
|4.||Tue, 13 Dec 11:||HYPRK|
YOUTH DEMOGRAPHIC RADIO: CALL IN TO HELP US WITH OUR HOMEWORK (650) 723-9010
|2.||Sun, 08 Jan 12:||Adam|
|5.||Tue, 06 Dec 11:||HYPRK & Doublestuf|
YOUTH DEMOGRAPHIC RADIO: David Groff Owes Me $5
|3.||Sun, 18 Dec 11:||Adam|
|6.||Tue, 22 Nov 11:||HYPRK & Doublestuf|
YOUTH DEMOGRAPHIC RADIO
Four-track concept album about dontoyare, the ideal of “living life without regrets.” According to the one-pager, this album supposedly channels the spirit of the dead Japanese actor Shintaro Katsu, and it’s worth playing for that alone. Produced by Mizuhiro, a Japanese ambient musician who runs the label Ginjoha. He also produces music as Taiyoutou, Hi-Speed, and Animo Computer. FCC CLEAN|
RIYL: Yoshihiro Sawasaki, Innercity, Cosmozone
(NOTE: Most tracks have a bit of silence at the beginning of them, or have very delicate intros. Just something to keep in mind when you’re on-air.)
1. (11:22) Gentle shimmers, hypnotic. Progressively gets a little darker.
2. (12:02) Lush. A soft bed of extended melodic tones, subtle variations.
3. (10:32) Grand and futuristic, skittering, with a murky chorus of vocal samples.
4. (10:33) Starts off staticy and later gets busy and full of life—gentle whirligigs of sounds, choppy synth lines, keyboards used as a percussive instrument.