Une Histoire de Bleu

by Tomonari Nozaki

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Jimi In the beginning, it was waste, void, and noise. Then we'll see. Favorite track: Introduction.
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Dotflac Taking us in his ambient and drone explorations, suspended between the ocean and the universe, Tomonari Nozaki leaves a strong impression with Une Histoire De Bleu.

The hissing backwash of the introduction is quickly followed by four long pieces of mellow and stretched guitar loops, balanced by impromptu analogic noises coming in and out of the chapters at random intervals. Low fidelity in the service of highly captivating soundscapes.

A sumptuous release looking towards the eternity. Favorite track: Chapter IV.
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A release of mr. Tomonari Nozaki. Abstract sound projections & melodies using destruction techniques discovered with reel to reel tape-loop splicings and other analogue romanticisms. mr. Nozaki has beginnings in minimal techno and experimental music, and after a slight pause from music, has returned in 2012 with some transcendental experimentations into the rarely visited places of "liminality" and "the sublime".

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released June 12, 2013

photography and design by Matthew Swiezynski

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