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The Insensible Crevice
|1||The Garden Store on the Mountain||5:14|
|2||At a Grocery Store||3:49|
|3||The Waiting Room||5:34|
Almost all of my music contains field-recorded sounds. When I first started my career, I incorporated the sounds of water and birdsong simply because I found them pleasing. But after years of doing the same thing, they even began to seem trite. However, as if obsessed, I continued to incorporate field recordings, layering them with ambient-appropriate drones, synths, and the like.
To be frank, I am completely bored with this approach. So why not stop? Why continue to pursue it? Because I believe that a calm scene, unaware that it is being recorded or written about, is always beautiful. I believe that there is a small, invisible crevice between the scene and the artist oneself, and that is where the beauty resides. Recently, I have been recording not sounds that I recognize as pleasant, but rather ordinary moments that almost no one pays attention to.
Once I have that, they lead me to the completion of the song. All I have to do is follow the instructions that the crevice gives me.
Hikikomogomo (悲喜交々) “alternate between hope and despair”
Nouryou (納涼) “enjoying the cool evenings”
Hatoba (波止場) “dock” “wharf”
All tracks are produced by Hidekazu Imashige