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LEM

LEM

LEM


1) Tanaka Gorou is the one person music maker Lem. Currently living in Fukuoka, Japan he began playing and recording as Lem in 2002 after appearing in a number of guitar and acoustic groups. He makes and plays acoustic/electronic music with a light, playful air. His first album 'put a lem in your pocket' being released on the Cassette Vission label, while most recently appearing on the 'Galaxie 500 #Fairy' compilation album. His label compares him to Read more on Last.fm
1) Tanaka Gorou is the one person music maker Lem. Currently living in Fukuoka, Japan he began playing and recording as Lem in 2002 after appearing in a number of guitar and acoustic groups. He makes and plays acoustic/electronic music with a light, playful air. His first album 'put a lem in your pocket' being released on the Cassette Vission label, while most recently appearing on the 'Galaxie 500 #Fairy' compilation album. His label compares him to, and may appeal to fans of other electronic/acoustic acts such as Fourtet and Savath & Savalas. 2) LEM is a minimal techno collaboration between italians Lucio Aquilina and Massi DL. They have released their first EP, "Wordless" (WLESS001), in March 2008 on their own label also called "Wordless". 3) LEM is belgian group formed around Nicolas Ekla, former lid of Les Brochettes and Ming.

LEM' music is a twisted rétro french-speaking electro-pop. 4) Early minimal synth from the seventies. Some spacey disco influences here, reminding much Warning mixed with Klaus Schulze or Tangerine Dream. 5) LEM is an experimental Techno producer from Germany. He released his EP Tangram People on Verbaasd Records in 2014.

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