Apri iTunes per visualizzare in anteprima, acquistare e scaricare musica.
||Pollen||Yoshio Machida||2:11||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||!Hana Mambo!||Yoshio Machida||3:10||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Namaqua I, II, III, IV||Yoshio Machida||17:34||Solo con l'album||Vedi in iTunes|
||A Small Flower||Yoshio Machida||1:28||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Fragrance I,II||Yoshio Machida||12:48||Solo con l'album||Vedi in iTunes|
||Poppy||Yoshio Machida||5:40||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
In 2003, Japanese electronic steel pan artist Yoshio Machida produced his third album and called it Infinite Flowers. The second release for Machida's amorfon label, it featured musical collaborators Tetsuro Yasunaga (co-founder of the electro-acoustic ensemble Minamo) and guitarist Fourcolor (Keiichi Sugimoto). Machida, who operates steel pan, steel guitar, and Max/MSP electronics, uses silence and sound in a skilled and sensitive manner that is commensurate with his innovative achievements in what he calls photobatik. His highly evolved poetic sensibilities and a free application of the principles he employs as a visual artist greatly enhance this botanically inspired set of audio-realizations. Specifically, he sought to introduce a sound environment created by "partials of sound assembling to form the whole texture." "Namaqua," presented in four movements, is named after South Africa's Namaqua National Park, a world-renowned wildflower habitat located some 495 km north of Capetown. "¡Hana Mambo!" is a joyous processional laced with gnomic vocal intrusions. Combined organic metallic percussion and ethereal/eccentric electronics result in pleasantly trippy music of great imaginative depth.
Nato(a): 1967, Japan
Anni di attività: '00s