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Oorutaichi

Oorutaichi

Oorutaichi


OORUTAICHI is an artist from Japan, who began recording and performing in 1999, inspired by The Residents, The Doors, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Aphex Twin and Dancehall Reggae. Initial recordings were multi-layered improvisations using "real" instruments, toys and voice, evolving to composed songs using midi triggered instrumentation. His first album, "YORI YOYO", was released in 2003 to acclaim by Yamatsuka EYE (BOREDOMS), FREEROM (Skam Records) Daniel Wang and others, and received airplay on BBC Radio. Read more on Last.fm
OORUTAICHI is an artist from Japan, who began recording and performing in 1999, inspired by The Residents, The Doors, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Aphex Twin and Dancehall Reggae. Initial recordings were multi-layered improvisations using "real" instruments, toys and voice, evolving to composed songs using midi triggered instrumentation. His first album, "YORI YOYO", was released in 2003 to acclaim by Yamatsuka EYE (BOREDOMS), FREEROM (Skam Records) Daniel Wang and others, and received airplay on BBC Radio. He has been profiled in a number of Japanese magazines, and is very active in Japanese underground music His second CD on Okimi Records "Drifting My Folklore" includes four songs from his first domestic release and six new tracks. Composed, played sung, and mixed entirely by OORUTAICHI, the strong melodies, wide ranging beats and free style chorus work create an original sound that could almost be traditional music from a fictitious country called "OORUTAICHI".

His is a progressive style that will be appreciated by dance music listeners, free folk fans etc. www.myspace.com/oorutaichi Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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