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YUTA
YUTA
Tōkyō, 東京都 日本
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In 2009 I released a record on a Japanese indie label in a band called New House. I played music with my friends when I was in high school. I had been active as a New House for about 5 years. Three albums have also been released. It wasn't selling well, and now I'm doing a part-time job (at coffee shop), collecting recording equipment and recording everything myself. I gathered my heartbreaker friends and started a 3-piece band called Forteresse Cachee. I'm in charge of composition, recording, mixing and mastering. I try to produce an organic and empty sound.
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In 2009 I released a record on a Japanese indie label in a band called New House. I played music with my friends when I was in high school. I had been active as a New House for about 5 years. Three albums have also been released. It wasn't selling well, and now I'm doing a part-time job (at coffee shop), collecting recording equipment and recording everything myself. I gathered my heartbreaker friends and started a 3-piece band called Forteresse Cachee. I'm in charge of composition, recording, mixing and mastering. I try to produce an organic and empty sound.
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The recording was in June 2020, when lockdown was taking place in Japan as well. The lyrics themselves were drawn as of last year. I happened to remember it, and when I looked at it, the lyrics had a unique atmosphere that seemed to compare COVID-19 with my situation, so I was inspired by that and tried to make a heavy sound with a dark tune. As a production, I am a little conscious of 70's. Please listen with headphones.more
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