World
World was a Noisecore band from Osaka, Japan and consisted of: Hiroshi Zen (aka Left): Vocals and Noise Akira Kawabata (aka Right): Vocals Tadahiko Aono (aka Center): Drums Kaname Ohara (original drummer, plays on 1st 7" only) World started out circa 1995-96. They are the classic blurrcore threepiece except they have no guitar, all their noise is generated via a special microphone created by Hiroshi Zen. Releases: 1996: "Why Who What" 7" (S/Sided, Meaningless Sounds, MS #003)
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World
World was a Noisecore band from Osaka, Japan and consisted of: Hiroshi Zen (aka Left): Vocals and Noise Akira Kawabata (aka Right): Vocals Tadahiko Aono (aka Center): Drums Kaname Ohara (original drummer, plays on 1st 7" only) World started out circa 1995-96. They are the classic blurrcore threepiece except they have no guitar, all their noise is generated via a special microphone created by Hiroshi Zen. Releases: 1996: "Why Who What" 7" (S/Sided, Meaningless Sounds, MS #003)
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Impressions of a summer
I created IMPRESSIONS OF A SUMMER after I enjoyed a green field with its million yellow flowers dancing in the wind. The lightness of that picture in my head let my hands play the piano as you can hear it now. Also the strings melody flew out of my fingers … as lightness in it's purest form. PLEASE, HELP ME TO REACH THE FIRST 1K FOLLOWERS & LIKES !!!more
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Geh Esterias Dive
Ce titre évoque les mélodies qui me sont venues à l'esprit quand j'ai plongé en Afrique, dans un endroit qu'on appelle "Le Cap Esterias".more
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Nzango danse
Je me suis souvenu des jeux des enfants quand ils frappaient dans leurs mains en sautant et en jetant, dans le même temps, le pied vers son vis à vis. C'est la rythmique du clap des mains que j'ai repris là pour en faire une musique. On retrouve cet ancien jeu populaire en Afrique de l'ouest et centrale. Ce jeu a été repris surtout par les femmes et il est devenu un sport. Le "Nzango". C'est la nostalgie de ce jeu que j'ai voulu retranscrire dans ce titre. more
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