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Boomkat Product Review:
Ryuichi Sakamoto, Arto Lindsay and Devendra Banhart cameo on this coolly endearing downbeat turn by NYC’s Shuta Hasunuma & U-zhaan, investigating a genteel space between minimalism and smoky lounge jazz with ambient pop wise results that recall everyone from To Rococo Rot to Susumu Yokota, Visible Cloaks and The Remote Viewer.
Waving back and forth between vocal piece, beatless vignettes, and a number of absorbing experiments with tabla and sitar strings, the vibe is faithfully maintained for easy listening purposes. But if you need any highlights to check, make sure you run thru the perfectly low key hush of Green Godl Grey featuring a playful, drowsily hateful Arto Lindsay, and the two extended pieces of pointillist tabla tics and effervescent electronics in Mixed Bathing World and the frothy magick of Lal, featuring bubbling choral voices aided by Ryuichi Sakamoto - you really need to check this one!