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kidkanevil & Daisuke Tanabe - Kidsuke Orange Vinyl Edition

kidkanevil & Daisuke Tanabe

Kidsuke Orange Vinyl Edition

Vinyl 2LP
EU – Original
Neuware
Playlist
A1 IntrOoOOoo
A2 Nanotrees (Out In The Woods)
A3 Frogs In A Well
A4 School Chimes
B1 Sgstep
B2 Moooooon
B3 Sine Flowers
B4 Ghostboy
C1 Tiny Concrete Block
C2 The Other Day We Thought Of Our Friends…
C3 Cherry Chimes
C4 Ghostgirl
D1 Harmonics Pt1
D2 Harmonics Pt2
D3 Super Deformed
D4 The Last Train (Eki)
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kidkanevil & Daisuke Tanabe - Kidsuke Orange Vinyl Edition
kidkanevil & Daisuke Tanabe - Kidsuke Orange Vinyl Edition
kidkanevil & Daisuke Tanabe - Kidsuke Orange Vinyl Edition
kidkanevil & Daisuke Tanabe - Kidsuke Orange Vinyl Edition
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Artist kidkanevil & Daisuke Tanabe
Titel Kidsuke Orange Vinyl Edition
Label Project: Mooncircle / hhv.de
Katalog-Nr PMC107
Format 2LP, Vinyl, LP
Pressung EU – Original
Release Date 2012
Genre Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
Style Downbeat / Electronica / Leftfield, Dubstep, Instrumental Hip Hop
Erhältlich seit 26.10.2012
Artikel-Nr 289846
Zustand Neuware
Verfügbarkeit Ausverkauft
Preis 15,95 €
kidkanevil & Daisuke Tanabe - Kidsuke Orange Vinyl Edition
A child agrees then screams the name. Kid-o-suke. Did you hear that right? The music trickles in. It sounds like it was made in a toy factory. Hold on. Let me reach for the button over there. Childhood memories. The magical sounds of a roundabout sending you to sleep. The wonders of the world seen through eyes that don’t yet fully comprehend and ears that find musical potential in everything. Two kindred souls find each other, distance never the issue, they share and laugh the only way they know how.

The wonderful pixelated world of a video game. Where does reality end and where does the imagination start? Somewhere in the distance an explosion can be heard, or was it a booming bass drum? There are birds singing a crystalline melody. One I heard before, in a dream perhaps. All of a sudden a child exclaims ‘come, let’s go’. Where did he come from? Is he real or another pixelated fragment of imagination?

Yokatta desu. There’s a castle in the sky. Two boys team up to reach it, carried by the power of their dreams. The same dreams that marked their childhood and brought them to be men. If ever there was music worthy of becoming the soundtrack to a Ghibli movie this could be it. There’s a girl asleep on a plastic deer, going around and around. She reminds me of the hand drawn versions of the pixelated heroes of my childhood. I imagine her dreams filled with exciting adventures.

I swear I heard the sounds of Tokyo’s public transport. It told me we’d arrived at Shibuya yet I can’t see the neon bright lights when I look around. Oh well, I’ll just have to imagine them.

It’s an album, so of course it’s real. The music is the result of a desire to create regardless of outcome, for the simple fact that there is a story to tell. People will consume it whichever way they want. Is it this sound or that sound? Does it really matter? Stop for a minute and enjoy the music for what it is. A synthesis of two aesthetics joined not just by a love of music but also a love of the abstract and the childish, the things that remind us we were all young one day and things were simpler. Things like dancing as if no one was looking or making music as if the outcome never mattered.

Kidsuke is a collaborative project between the UK’s Kidkanevil and Japan’s Daisuke Tanabe. Their self-titled debut is released by Project Mooncircle in November 2012 on double colored vinyl LP and digital.

Project: Mooncircle / hhv.de
Berlin-based label Project: Mooncircle is an official label from hhv.de. It was founded in 2002 by Gordon Gieseking and is specializing in the conjunction between electronic and organic music. Being interested in music from his earliest childhood on, it eventually became more than just a passion to him. The label, at first envisaged as a compilation project only, found the perfect partner with Thomas Ulrich and his mail-order hhv.de in 2004, later being joined by Jinna Morocha from Moscow. This led the way for the first instrumental and vocal solo releases by such artists as Mr Cooper, 40 Winks, CYNE, Jahbitat, John Robinson, MF Doom, Lambent, Lewis Parker, Non of Shadowhuntaz, Graciela Maria, Strand, Robot Koch, Pavel Dovgal, Ta-Ku, Mika Gao, Onra, Obba Supa, fLako, Sina., 1000 Names, DZA, Krts, Long Arm or Glen Porter. In 2009 the sub-label Project: Squared, run by Paul Cooper and Peter Schachmann, two long-standing companions and co-workers, was founded. Project: Squared releases mainly Dubstep and Techno 12” records from such artists as Asusu, Furesshu, AnD, L-OW, Tom Diccico, Shifted and others. Another sub-label, Finest Ego, was added in 2010. Run by Malte Tarnow, its aim is to consolidate the versatility of instrumental beats, glitch or wonky and anything in between or beyond. The outcome are compilations with such producers as Daisuke Tanabe, Isaac Aesili, Om Unit, Lapalux, RLP, ichiro_, Himuro Yoshiteru, Pixelord, Monky, Christoph El Truento, and various others. The work of illustrators and graphic designers such as Bioniq, Dan May, Iain McArthur, Ima One, LNY, Gordon, 44 Flavours, La Mano Fria, and The Binh create images that accompany the acoustic spaces. Project: Mooncircle with its various producers & vocalist shall be an interesting experience for anyone looking for the extraordinary.

Artikel von Project: Mooncircle / hhv.de
Review
Björn Bischoff, 27.11.2012

Falls sich jemand noch an den Katzenbus aus »Mein Nachbar Totoro« erinnert, kann er an dieser Stelle aufhören weiterzulesen. Denn das gemeinsame Projekt »Kidsuke« von Kidkanevil und Daisuke Tanabe ist der perfekte Soundtrack zu einer Fahrt mit eben jenem Gefährt, das aus der Fantasie der Kinder zu entspringen scheint und am Ende dann aber doch Teil der Realität ist. Die beiden Beatbastler verknüpfen Momente der Ruhe und des Verweilens durch Beats und Synthies, die sich mal nach Videospiel, mal nach düsterer Natur anhören. In Tracks wie »Ghostgirl« fasziniert das Grauen, das in dieser Melodie schlummert, während sich dahinter Unheil zusammenbraut, aber nie ausbricht. Filigran haben die beiden Künstler die einzelnen Schichten von »Tiny Concrete Block« zusammengefügt, während die dicken Beine aus Bass durch die Nacht tragen. »Kidsuke« verbirgt viele Dinge unter dem Offensichtlichen. »Harmonics Pt.2« dreht sich erst nach und nach immer mehr und zieht eine Stimme in diesen Kreis mit, bevor dann noch ein hyperaktiver Alarm einsetzt und sich irgendwie dem Sound noch fügt. In kein Genre passt das so wirklich, denn Wonky, Instrumental HipHop, Ambient und Downbeat sind drin, aber eben auch mehr. Viel mehr. Denn Kidkanevil und Tanabe haben mit »Kidsuke« ein ziemlich eigenes Album geschaffen, was einem im Aufgang von »Cherry Chimes« bewusst wird, im Knistern von »Frogs In A Well«. Und genau wie beim Katzenbus kann man sich gut vorstellen, wie die beiden Herren ein breites Grinsen auf dem Gesicht haben, während sie den Hörer durch diese fremde Welt führen, die doch fast wie die bekannte Welt ist. Ausgeliefertsein fühlt sich selten so gut an.

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