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Strange and soft landscapes of sound with melodies far off in the distance fill Chaotech Odd Echo, the first full length album from Kiyoshi Ono's Kiyo project. The album originally arrived at record company Schematic's doorstep with a note, "enjoy warm noise from Japan." Kiyo keeps everything under a fair amount of control, never letting rhythms get too chaotic, and picking his glitch from the lighter side of his computer. There's enough substance to his composition that listeners will get as much out of its 60 minutes as they want. No tunes to hum, but it could work as background music for entering a meditative state or pushing code at the office. A strange combination of noisy and delicate, Chaotech Odd Echo brings the Oval set their first great chillout album.


Born: July 5, 1966 in Japan

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s

Kiyoshi Ono is the man behind the soft electronic landscapes that are Kiyo. Born July 5, 1966, in Japan, Kiyoshi's early inspirations were new wave and punk rock along with the strange world of director David Lynch. His first release was one track under Kiyoshi's proper name on Merck's 2000 collection Aurora. In 2002 a mysterious package arrived at the door of Schematic Records with a demo inside and the message "Enjoy warm music from Japan." It was Kiyo, and Schematic was so impressed that the label...
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