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SONG OF THE DAY Kikagaku Moyo/幾何学模様 – Cardboard Pile

“The fifth studio album & last euphoric mind-trip to Kikagaku Moyo’s imagined island. Best-suited for counting stars, looking at the ocean, and dancing in one’s daydream…” Early next month, Japan’s Kikagaku Moyo are to release their fifth studio album, Kumoyo … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Non Band – Duncan Dancin’

Non Band released their self-titled six song debut in 1982! Described as being “decades ahead of its time”, this eclectic mix of lo-fi, new wave and no wave soundscapes hit the Japanese punk movement just as things were hotting up … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Minyo Crusaders & Frente Cumbiero – Cumbia del Monte Fuji

For their latest release, Tokyo-based Minyo Crusaders have joined forces with the Colombian Cumbia pioneers, Frente Cumbiero (lead by Colombian songwriter and producer Mario Galeano Toro – also a founding member of Ondatrópica and Los Pirañas).  This beautiful explosion of … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Kikagaku Moyo – Dripping Sun

Kikagaku Moyo are purveyors of all things psychedelic and experimental.  Their name translates to “geometric patterns” and with a sound rooted in dynamic and (often) lengthy arrangements, they enjoy creating intriguing journeys into sound.  Coming together in the summer of … Continue reading

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