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Published on October 6, 2021 Category New Originally created as the score for a documentary on marine life. Japanese musician Akira Ito’s Marine Flowers (Science Fantastic) The album was reissued on vinyl, via Glossy Mistakes in December. Ito first began his acting career, but as concerts became increasingly scarce, director Shintaro Katsu encouraged him to …

Japanese musician Cornelius has resigned his job as a composer for the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics after admitting to bullying his childhood classmates. Key points: Keigo Oyamada, who plays Cornelius, apologized for abusing his classmates, some of whom live with disabilities Games organizers initially said they hoped he would stay, but have since …

Published on July 14, 2021 Category New Fractured electronics and empty jokes guided by ideas of lost futures. Japanese musician Phew aka Hiromi Moritani releases new album titled New decade, via Mute in October. A staple of Japan’s experimental music scenes, Moritani co-founded one of Osaka’s first punk bands, Aunt Sally, in 1978, before going …

Photo of Sakamoto Ryuichi: VCG The largest solo exhibition by Japanese musician Ryuichi Sakamoto, who won multiple awards including Oscars and Grammys, was originally scheduled to open in a Chinese art museum on Monday, but the opening was postponed Sunday after the death of ‘a worker in an accident. The exhibition was co-organized by Chinese …

Incantatory keys. Naoko Sakata is releasing a new album, titled Dance for the spirits, in March via Pomperipossa Records. Speaking of the LP, the label shares: “it is the result of an experimental approach to music, where each note follows the previous one without a determined principle other than that of absolute freedom. “When I …

Bhopal: Based on a few pieces of music from a Kojiki album by Japanese musician Kitaro, a short dance drama “Ras-Rang” was staged at Mayaram Surjan Bhawan in the city. This was part of the closing day of the 20-day ballet workshop, organized by the Chaitanya Socio Cultural Society, Bhopal. The artists performed on some …

A vicious racist attack causes a surge of love and support for the victim. Tadataka Unno, a Japanese jazz pianist based in New York, was assaulted by eight young people in a metro station on September 27. It is not yet known whether the 40-year-old, who suffered serious injuries including a broken collarbone, will be …

A prominent Japanese musician in the New York jazz scene suffered a broken collarbone during a beating – all because he was presumed to be Chinese. Tadataka Unno, 40, and the jazz pianist in question were allegedly attacked for the first time by a lonely teenager after leaving a subway station near his home in …

Today’s world is becoming incredibly digital. Apparently, connectivity and globalization go hand in hand and people are easily able to share warm feelings with each other. At the same time, street music is something that elicits total adoration and admiration around the world. He is still loved and people admire the stars who play in …

At 8:15 a.m. on August 6, 1945, the American bomber Boeing B-29 Superfortress dropped its deadly cargo into the morning sky over the Japanese industrial city of Hiroshima. The roar of its engine heralded the beginning of the apocalyptic chapter in the history of man’s inhumanity to man. “Little Boy” took only 50 seconds, after …