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Takeshi Nakamura :: strange animals

great misses and lost times, i just have recently (this morning) discovered this recent work of Takeshi Nakamura, through the virb page of the musician - apologies, and thank you to the label for the info. "Strange Animals" is a style exercice a bit far from Nakamura traditional schemes and usual ways. Deep in abstract figures, the musician gives, once again, the sentiment of a methodic and regular exploration in sound and harmonic structures. The result might be, of course, sometimes diverting, but impresses of large aspirations (presentiment) - we knew Takeshi Nakamura an important musician practising the cut-up art at his best, he is also a human being and, let's admit it, a quite strange animal.

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Takeshi Nakamura :: miscellaneous goods

d'après vous, à quoi ressemble un tel aboutissement ? Takeshi Nakamura atteint si élégamment une absolue quintessence - you must absolutely go up the history, then say ::
before, i was really fan of "ordinary days" ...

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Takeshi Nakamura :: compudelic


In not more than a year, and 6 major releases, Takeshi Nakamura became a very important actor of the electro (glitch) scene. The possible highlight was probably "ordinary days" for zymogen netlab on late january, followed by the springtime "easy listening" that the home reviewer, in a fever access, had possibly critically dispatched a little too … hastily. Then I was impatiently waited the moment or finally I could again say all it although I think of this very great artist - this time now came with :: compudelic.
Opening with "new world disorder" and its fragmentated vocabulary, dig worthy of a Gysin dream machine in full sensory divagation. you can be certain that we approach some "exra-ordinary" shores. Then, if sometimes the writing becomes rougher (entrance) it is to better prepare the brilliant "compudelic" track in which Takeshi plays with sounscapes and images of those old kitsch visions of the antic computer age (pre-atari version). Take care about the man cause he has a great sense of humour (remember :: easy listening) and “dub” does not make it lie. "tone-deafness remix" is the perfect prolongation right before starting another top of the release "neurosis". This autumn will probably be influenced by the splendid Nakamura's abstract architectures such as this "am 4:30" which ends this sixth production of the musician and makes us, from now, on await more impatiently the continuation … we will not wait for long, be sure of that.

Format :: digital
Location :: play-code / archive. org
Website :: Takeshi Nakamura / discogs

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Takeshi Nakamura :: inferior articles
Format :: digital
Location :: digitalbiotope / archive. org

© thierry massard / september 2006
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Takeshi Nakamura :: easy listening


In the continuity of :: ordinary days done at the beginning of year, also at zymogen, the very productive Takeshi Nakamura invites us, not without derision, to 31 minutes of :: easy listening declined in 6
pieces. "Wonderful" which opens this new opus, sorrow slightly to be convinced in front of such an eminent predecessor such as "voices" on :: ordinary days. The first true success of this EP awaits us with the second track, "I sink", intense swarming and laconic voice on an acknowledgement of impotence monocorde. "cloud" invites us to an abstraction enriched with the cut-up by the best effect. "defeat"
delivers some secrecies that thanks to an abandonment to variable amplitude, not very convincing. "particle", innovative, probable interlude enough not a certain disinterest of its creator, whom we
hope for momentary finally the release is closed again on "sundial" built on the concept of a progressive covering. Wasn't that "easy listening" superfluous? perhaps, an error, altogether, without consequence …

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Location :: zymogen
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