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"ele-king vol.33 Special Feature: Discovering The Japanese Music Issue" edited by the ele-king editorial department

Price: 1,500 yen + tax 
Release date: July 10, 2024
ISBN:978-4-910511-74-0

Special feature: Discovering The Japanese Music Issue
2nd special feature: The Great Digging of "Wamono"

Midori Takada, first long interview in Japan with Keiji Haino, Phew, Chihei Hatakeyama, Shuta Hasunuma, Mami Kakudo, BBBBBBB, and others

30 New Age CDs, London reissue label Time Capsule, Masaaki Kikuchi's ambient approach, Japanese jazz, and more

Kikuban / 160 pages

table of contents

Special feature: Discovering Japanese music that Japan has missed

In search of a cozy cave - Interview with Midori Takada (Interviewer: Tomoko Takahashi / Photo: Mayumi Hosokura)

Column The Scum of the World (James Hadfield/Translated by Rie Eguchi)
Encounter with Japanese Music 1: Interview with Fu (Interviewer: Tsutomu Noda / Photo: Mayumi Hosokura)
Column Japanese Avant-Garde Music: Music by "Me" and No One Else (Tomoko Takahashi)
Kakudo Mami and Hasunuma Shuta talk about pioneers of Japanese music: from Takemitsu Toru to Haino Keiji, Hosono Haruomi, Sakamoto Ryuichi, and Yoshimura Hiroshi (Interview: Kobayashi Takune / Photo: Ohara Yasuhiro)
Encounter with Japanese Music 2: Interview with Chihei Hatakeyama (Interviewer: Tsutomu Noda)
Column: What compilation albums tell us about Japan's unique underground (Ian F. Martin/Translated by Rie Eguchi)
Column Aube's "Cardiac Strain" was the North Star that healed my heart during those tough days. (Kinnara: Desi Ra/Translated by Tsutomu Noda)
Column: Jazz pianist Masaaki Kikuchi's unknown ambient works - his collaborator Masaaki Kikuchi talks about the "emotions" of these works (Masaaki Hara)
Column Music did not flourish because people were wealthy, but rather music was heard as a premonition of wealth - Revisiting Japan in the 1980s, from YMO to Dip in the Pool (Mita Itaru)

Second Feature: The Great Digging of "Japanese"

A Guide to 30 New Age Discs in the CD Era: Unearthing Japan's "Future Masterpieces" from the 1990s (Kadowaki Tsunao)
The timeless new age music of Yuko Matsuzaki - The appeal of the rare record "Raden no Hako" released on CD for the first time in the world and reissued on LP (Denshinoto)
Masahiro Sugaya spins devotional post-minimal music - the trajectory of the composer who gained attention with "Kankyō Ongaku" (Tsunao Kadowaki)
Japanese Jazz Musicians Who Went Abroad in the 1960s to 1980s (Mitsuru Ogawa)
East Wind celebrates its 50th anniversary - the label that proved that Japanese jazz is at a world-class level (Mitsuru Ogawa)
Japanese jazz that's on my mind right now: Listening to Masahiko Togashi's "Spiritual Nature" (Kazuhiko Masumura)
"I want it to be something that record lovers will enjoy." - Interview with Kei Suzuki, who runs a reissue label in London (Interviewer: Tsutomu Noda)
Continued Japanese Realic (Shotaro Matsumoto)

The birth of "Keiji Haino" - Excerpts from an interview with Keiji Haino, Part 4 (Text and photos: Shinya Matsuyama)
Brian Eno and Holger Czukay's joint live performance is now revived - Eno in the 90s, and the value of his works (Noda Tsutomu x Kobayashi Takune)
VINYL GOES AROUND PRESENTS Because there are records there 4th compilation supervision and the launch of "VINYL GOES AROUND PRESSING"!! (Mizutani Satoshi x Yamazaki Mao)

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"ele-king vol.33 Special Feature: Discovering The Japanese Music Issue" edited by the ele-king editorial department

Release : 2024-07-10

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Description

"ele-king vol.33 Special Feature: Discovering The Japanese Music Issue" edited by the ele-king editorial department

Price: 1,500 yen + tax 
Release date: July 10, 2024
ISBN:978-4-910511-74-0

Special feature: Discovering The Japanese Music Issue
2nd special feature: The Great Digging of "Wamono"

Midori Takada, first long interview in Japan with Keiji Haino, Phew, Chihei Hatakeyama, Shuta Hasunuma, Mami Kakudo, BBBBBBB, and others

30 New Age CDs, London reissue label Time Capsule, Masaaki Kikuchi's ambient approach, Japanese jazz, and more

Kikuban / 160 pages

table of contents

Special feature: Discovering Japanese music that Japan has missed

In search of a cozy cave - Interview with Midori Takada (Interviewer: Tomoko Takahashi / Photo: Mayumi Hosokura)

Column The Scum of the World (James Hadfield/Translated by Rie Eguchi)
Encounter with Japanese Music 1: Interview with Fu (Interviewer: Tsutomu Noda / Photo: Mayumi Hosokura)
Column Japanese Avant-Garde Music: Music by "Me" and No One Else (Tomoko Takahashi)
Kakudo Mami and Hasunuma Shuta talk about pioneers of Japanese music: from Takemitsu Toru to Haino Keiji, Hosono Haruomi, Sakamoto Ryuichi, and Yoshimura Hiroshi (Interview: Kobayashi Takune / Photo: Ohara Yasuhiro)
Encounter with Japanese Music 2: Interview with Chihei Hatakeyama (Interviewer: Tsutomu Noda)
Column: What compilation albums tell us about Japan's unique underground (Ian F. Martin/Translated by Rie Eguchi)
Column Aube's "Cardiac Strain" was the North Star that healed my heart during those tough days. (Kinnara: Desi Ra/Translated by Tsutomu Noda)
Column: Jazz pianist Masaaki Kikuchi's unknown ambient works - his collaborator Masaaki Kikuchi talks about the "emotions" of these works (Masaaki Hara)
Column Music did not flourish because people were wealthy, but rather music was heard as a premonition of wealth - Revisiting Japan in the 1980s, from YMO to Dip in the Pool (Mita Itaru)

Second Feature: The Great Digging of "Japanese"

A Guide to 30 New Age Discs in the CD Era: Unearthing Japan's "Future Masterpieces" from the 1990s (Kadowaki Tsunao)
The timeless new age music of Yuko Matsuzaki - The appeal of the rare record "Raden no Hako" released on CD for the first time in the world and reissued on LP (Denshinoto)
Masahiro Sugaya spins devotional post-minimal music - the trajectory of the composer who gained attention with "Kankyō Ongaku" (Tsunao Kadowaki)
Japanese Jazz Musicians Who Went Abroad in the 1960s to 1980s (Mitsuru Ogawa)
East Wind celebrates its 50th anniversary - the label that proved that Japanese jazz is at a world-class level (Mitsuru Ogawa)
Japanese jazz that's on my mind right now: Listening to Masahiko Togashi's "Spiritual Nature" (Kazuhiko Masumura)
"I want it to be something that record lovers will enjoy." - Interview with Kei Suzuki, who runs a reissue label in London (Interviewer: Tsutomu Noda)
Continued Japanese Realic (Shotaro Matsumoto)

The birth of "Keiji Haino" - Excerpts from an interview with Keiji Haino, Part 4 (Text and photos: Shinya Matsuyama)
Brian Eno and Holger Czukay's joint live performance is now revived - Eno in the 90s, and the value of his works (Noda Tsutomu x Kobayashi Takune)
VINYL GOES AROUND PRESENTS Because there are records there 4th compilation supervision and the launch of "VINYL GOES AROUND PRESSING"!! (Mizutani Satoshi x Yamazaki Mao)

profile

https://www.ele-king.net/books/011412/

"ele-king vol.33 Special Feature: Discovering The Japanese Music Issue" edited by the ele-king editorial department

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