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"First solo album by HIGH RISE and KYOAKU NO INTENTIONS six-string speed meister MUNEHIRO NARITA. Featuring a guest appearance by TAKASHI UENO of MAHEL SHALAL HASH BAZ, TENNISCOATS, and a couple of dozen MAJIKICK-related units fame. With High Rise currently on extended ...
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PSFD-161 | PSF RECORDS

"Absolutely stunning dark matter psychedelics from one of the Tokyo scene's most elusive groups. Kousokuya have existed as a group since 1979, although leader Jutok Kaneko's activities in bizarre performance unit Kokugaiso go back even further into the mid-seventies. ...
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PSFD-152 | PSF RECORDS

"Kazuo Imai has developed into one of the most strikingly individual and immediately identifiable guitar improvisers in Japan, equally adept on electric or acoustic, and even on viola de gamba and unusual ethnic instruments. These two releases on PSF seem destined to ...
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PSFD-155 | PSF RECORDS

"A sparse and stripped-back yet fully-impassioned meditation on time, history and freedom. Surreal folk meets free jazz. Two tracks, including a 24-minute, one-take masterpiece. Ryojiro Furusawa is one of Japan's most respected jazz drummers, having played from the late ...
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PSFD-181 | PSF RECORDS

Studio recordings of duets for reeds (Brötzmann) and vocals (Haino). "Texture and rhythm; restraint and release; space and fullness. Brotzmann senior toured Japan in April this year, and exceedingly memorable shows were played with Fushitsusha and Evan Parker amongst ...
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PSFD-79 | PSF RECORDS

"I came up with the title 'He would come home through the window, job in hand' for a dance performance by Mari Fujii. We hung a large frame made out of cardboard on the stage, and Mari would dance - sometimes within the frame like a dancing girl at one of the old ...
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PSFD-191 | PSF RECORDS

"Document of a recent (November 2008), intimate live show by Reiko Kudo and her husband Tori (of Maher Shalal Hash Baz fame). Long two of the most original figures in the Japanese underground, Reiko sings of the subtlest of everyday epiphanies, of those instants of ...
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PSFD-184 | PSF RECORDS

"New solo work from the Japanese underground's drummer of choice. Six years on from 1999's masterful Red Night, Toshiaki 'Toshi' Ishizuka is back with a new set of deep, shimmering nightscapes for percussion. Toshi has been a pivotal figure in the Japanese underground ...
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PSFD-165 | PSF RECORDS

Keiji Haino: guitar, vocals. "Following Keiji Haino's recent experiments with acoustic guitar, solo theremin and electronics, and percussion, this is his first guitar and vocal album in a couple of years. Emotionally devastating, gorgeously intense free-floating ...
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PSFD-8024 | PSF RECORDS

"Title translates as 'Dreams Die Blithefully Day By Day'. Commemorating 25 years of unheralded existence for this unknown lyric poet/artist/betting tipster/folk-singer maniac. Tomokawa first emerged, with Kan Mikami, during Japan's underground folk boom of the early ...
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PSFD-096 | PSF RECORDS

"Third volume in the PSF Picture Jacket Collection of Tomokawa reissues. Live Manda-LA Special was originally released by PSF in 1994 (PSF 036CD). This was the third Tomokawa (Buckley-esque folk legend) release on PSF -- a collection of live performances from 1992-93." ...
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TOMOKAWA-3/PSFD-36 | PSF RECORDS

SANJAH - MUSEN/IS (CD)

Kan Mikami: vocals, guitar. Masayoshi Urabe: alto, harmonica, bass blockfloten, accordion, piccolo, chains. Toshi Ishizuka: drums, percussion. 'Ultra-heavy first album by new PSF super group, SANJA, consisting of gravel 'n' glass voiced crooner Kan Mikami, the scene's ...
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PSFD-8023 | PSF RECORDS

"Another special/limited Kan Mikami edition from PSF, this one was originally scheduled as the follow-up to Mikami's fan club-only album, 19 Years, 2 Months, 16th Night, re-released by PSF last year. This one reads like Mikami's very own Genuine Bootleg Series, a ...
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MK-04 | PSF RECORDS

"Maher Shalal Hash Baz stand at the pinnacle of Tori Kudo's eccentric and beguiling musical weltanschauung, a stew of soaring melodic genius, naďve wisdom and the eternal amateur freshness of left-footing your own brain. Emperors of error, indeed. Their very special ...
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PSFD-164 | PSF RECORDS

"In 2004, Tokyo's PSF and Osaka's Alchemy labels, twin pillars of the Japanese noise, punk, psychedelic, whatever underground celebrated two decades of against-all-odds paradigm deformation, world domination, and unrepentant synapse mangling. To commemorate the ...
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PSFD-160 | PSF RECORDS

Undisputed deans of the meta-music, captured live on their first ever tour of Japan in October 1995. John Tilbury, Eddie Prévost, Keith Rowe.
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PSF80 | PSF RECORDS

First release on the label by the son of avant garde pianist Yuji Takahashi, and a one-time member of Fushitsusha. "20 tracks self-recorded over a period of 10 years. Sound-wise it's enticing mixture of Hammill-ish progressive rock, dark folk, medieval-influenced ...
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PSF64 | PSF RECORDS