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sasakure.UK

sasakure.UK

sasakure.UK


Mostly known as Sasakure.UK, a name he had coined himself, SasakureP is a well-known Vocaloid producer as well as a composer of Be-Music Script for rhythm games. He has been contributing hit after hit in the Vocaloid community since 2008. SasakureP is known as a chiptune VocaloP, although that is only one facet of his music. His songs range from ambient to cutesy pop to progressive rock, almost all of them laced with a pointed chiptune beat similar to the old school video games which had inspired him to pursue music. Read more on Last.fm
Mostly known as Sasakure.UK, a name he had coined himself, SasakureP is a well-known Vocaloid producer as well as a composer of Be-Music Script for rhythm games. He has been contributing hit after hit in the Vocaloid community since 2008. SasakureP is known as a chiptune VocaloP, although that is only one facet of his music. His songs range from ambient to cutesy pop to progressive rock, almost all of them laced with a pointed chiptune beat similar to the old school video games which had inspired him to pursue music.

He has high music sense, evident in how his tunes are diverse yet maintain a signature style. He is also known for his wildly unpredictable melodies, for many of his songs have drastic but incredibly well-balanced rhythm changes. While his songs can be a bit rowdy, they aren't hard on the ears because they're all toned down to sound gentle, soft, and slightly muffled to the ears, with well-blended beats that make them extremely catchy. There are many songs that can be attributed to SasakureP's fame, since his whole mylist has more than 50,000 views, some even reaching to more than a million.

However, he is probably mostly known for his dystopian series "Vocaloid wa Shuumatsu no Tori wo Miru ka?" (Do Vocaloids Dream of Doomsday Bird?). This is a series of five songs which talks about the world's destruction because of an ongoing war. The title is a tribute of one of Philip K. Dick's novels "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?".

All the songs in this series are chiptune intensive cutesy songs with minimal orchestral BGM but with sad, nostalgic lyrics. The album of the same title, which have more songs and remixes related to the theme, is also SasakureP's major debut album. SasakureP has used quite a number of Vocaloids although his most-used are Hatsune Miku and Kagamine Rin. He has used Luka a single time and recently, he has taken a liking to using GUMI.

All of his Vocaloids are tuned thinly high. Most of the time, they're given a whispery, breathy effect to match the aura of his songs. Despite the slightly distorted voices, his Vocaloids are tuned so dexterously that they always sing the words clearly. Aside from composing and tuning, Sasakure also draws and makes videos. The first half of his songs have PVs all made by him.

His art is either two-dimensional retro style or portraits with soft, gentle brushes of color. Since his debut as a major artist, SasakureP has been releasing stuff under UMAA, sometimes in collaboration with fellow producers DECO*27 and kous (DEKOUS*UK). He has also worked in remixes/composing for professional release like Becca's album, 清水愛's album and recently, for the NiER Gestalt's tribute album "NieR Tribute Album -echo-" and Seventh Dragon 2020's theme song. He has also released five doujin album releases.

With his repertoire of popular and unique releases, SasakureP is considered one of the most popular Vocaloid producers and it has been must to introduce his songs to every new Vocaloid fan. 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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