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Like nothing else I’ve ever heard before

What an incredible album! Kodomo does an excellent job layering different instruments and unique sounds together. I have already played the album several times and I always hear something new and compelling. I used to listen to Still Life while studying. This album, with all its intensity, demands complete attention.

Kudos to Kodomo

There are some absolutely amazing tracks here. Like nothing else. No joke, this is seriously good and unique stuff. Everyone I have played these tracks for loves them. You be the judge. Just giving my two cents.

Everything I could ask for

What can i say... Chris Child is amazing such an under appreciated pianist/composer. These compositions are moody and thoughtful they are prefect for listening to in the car, at work, chillin, where ever. The musicality comes across so strong that I can close my eyes and picture where the inspiration came from. Chris Child incorporates his surroundings in to his music (sounds and images) and maybe that's why the music connects with me so well. Close your eyes and take a deep breath... your in for a ride

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Nominated for several Daytime Emmy Awards — through his work on the music for the programs As the World Turns and One Life to Live — Chris Child also produces electronic music for himself as Kodomo. The alias, the Japanese term for "child," references his upbringing in Japan. Based in New York, Child has also contributed music for a handful of games developed by Harmonix, including Amplitude, Frequency, and Phase, and some of his productions have also been used by NPR. Inspired by musicians...
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