"Noble niche"
Year:  2011
Country:  Japan
City:  Yamanashi
Label:  Mille plateaux
Format:  CD
Tracks:  12
Time:  42 min.
Genre:  electronic
Style:    Glitch    Ambient     Noise

This collection from Japanese / British composer Yu Miyashita encompasses the best and worst of ambient, Often in the space of just one track. On "Noble Niche," the airy synth in the background, Which Appears faq frequently on the rest of the album, is far more interesting than the sharp clashing noises in the forefront. Despite The nice fluttering sounds combined with light fuzz at the Beginning of "Psych Clock," interest fades as it drones on, unchanging.   The low point is "Mimic, of" which has the unfortunate combination of a stopping and starting main melody combined with a painfully out of place '20s style piano. , Although it lasts less than two minutes, it gets boring fast. The high point is "Scrypt." It starts off well blended With chimes and soft fuzz, combine combining a deep synth drums and clashing into a unique, captivating song. This track shows Yu Miyashita's potential, and ambient Illustrates the best the genre has to offer. If only more consistency There Were THROUGHOUT to Emphasize the strengths of the genre and of Miyashita's own abilities.
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"Navy see res in brighton"
Year:  2011
Country:  Japan
City:  Yamanashi
Label:  Matter rec.
Format:  net
Photo  cover:  Yu Miyashita
Tracks:  11
Time:   45 min.
Genre:  electronic
Style:    Glitch    Ambient     Noise

Electronic Musician as Yu Miyashita aka Yaporigami is running a music studio offering sound design, soundtrack, mixing, mastering services and creating his own works. His style is mostly glitch, ambient and noise which are constructed from digital debris, errors and the processing (often the misuse, reissue or abuse) of normally extraneous sounds, instruments and machinery. Glitch musicians will record bugs, crashes, system errors, hardware noise, skipping and audio distortion on their computers. This album is based on free improvisation, free creativity and pure instinct and was recorded during 2011. This type of music is more textural than structural, cutting together elements of electronic and noise music and even a silence or abscence of sound. Sometimes it remind me musicians like Fennesz or Yugi Kondo, or another noisier like KK Null or Alexei Borisov. Excellent album.
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