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KISAKI PROJECT feat.樹威

KISAKI PROJECT feat.樹威

KISAKI PROJECT feat.樹威


Bassist Kisaki has created many bands and labels, making him a rather notable and recognized musician of the indies visual kei genre. After Syndrome disbanded, Kisaki, who was in bad health, decided to stop the activities of his label Matina. The last live of the label was played on December 31st 2002 at On Air Osaka. In spite of his decision, many musicians still wanted to work with him. Kisaki then funded the label UNDER CODE PRODUCTION a few months later. Read more on Last.fm
Bassist Kisaki has created many bands and labels, making him a rather notable and recognized musician of the indies visual kei genre. After Syndrome disbanded, Kisaki, who was in bad health, decided to stop the activities of his label Matina. The last live of the label was played on December 31st 2002 at On Air Osaka. In spite of his decision, many musicians still wanted to work with him. Kisaki then funded the label UNDER CODE PRODUCTION a few months later. After having been the bassist in various bands (La'sadies, Mirage, Syndrome), Kisaki decided to start a solo project: KISAKI PROJECT. In August 2003 he released a CD, HYSTERIC DANCE, in duet with the former singer of Agnus Dei and Loza=veria under the name of Kisaki and the Kansai Kizoku ("Kisaki and the guys from Kansai").

In Summer 2004, he released the CD BURST SONGS, on which the vocalists of the bands カリメロ/Kalimero, Madeth Gray'll, 12012 and NUDE participated. In 2003, Jui (ヴィドール/Vidoll's vocalist) became Kisaki's partner. Others collaborators include Kamijo (Lareine's vocalist) and Toshihiro. On May 1st 2004, Kisaki Project feat. Jui played an exceptional concert at Trabendo, in Paris, France, where 350 fans came. Kisaki Project's session musicians are Mikage (ex. Eze:quL and session musician in Schwardix Marvally), Toshihiro (ex.

Souspicious) and Shinobu (ex. Lavender, ex. Zephyr). Read more on Last.fm.

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