Leedian - Last Dance album
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From extreme noise, he switches fast to melodic pop backed by organic beat, then quickly back to the extreme noise. Coming from Toon, a small Japanese town which belongs to the Ehime province, Hitoshi Asaumi delivers very unexpected sounds when compared to contemporary beat culture. From extreme noise, he switches fast to melodic pop backed by organic beat, then quickly back to the extreme noise.
Last Dance is a 2014 joint album by American pianist and composer Keith Jarrett and American jazz double bass player Charlie Haden known for their long collaboration from the 1960s onward. The duo had a joint album Jasmine in 2010. My Old Flame" (10:18). 'Round Midnight" (9:34). Dance of the Infidels" (4:23). It Might As Well Be Spring" (11:54). Everything Happens to Me" (7:12). Where Can I Go Without You" (9:32). Every Time We Say Goodbye" (4:25).
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Leedian has been played on NTS in shows including The Wire Magazine Present Rewired, featured first on 23 July 2015. Songs played include Oitg and Gt1. Leedian disguise has been around for two years now and listening through his work one can find it difficult to categorize his music. From extreme noise, he switches fast to melodic pop backed by organic beat, then quickly back to the extreme noise Leedian has been played on NTS in shows including The Wire Magazine Present Rewired, featured first on 23 July 2015.
Leedian (Japan’s Hitoshi Asaumi) hails from a town called Toon, and the name fits the material to a T. The album is a mixture of IDM splatters, hip-hop rhythms, explosions and pratfalls, coming across like Wile E. Coyote jacked up on Red Bull, taped to a mixing desk. Like Toontown, Stunting Noise doesn’t follow rules with any consistency; at times it’s melodic, at times noisy, often both. There are few obvious singles here. It’s not that kind of album. The tracks are too short and devoid of dancefloor tropes to allow such traction. But they possess the vapors of the club, the vigor and the violence.
|Endless Stair (Afternoon Version)||2:46|
|The Glass Gear||2:51|
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