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"We are happy of your to announce the release of the new album of MOKUHEN "We gaan naar het bos", collaboration of labels Stembogen and Tsuku Boshi. Suite and complement to 'Kazagumo' brought out in 2009. Mokuhen builds his themes in abstract and narrative sound ...
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TSKB004 | TSUKU BOSHI

"On the long-lived lands of a wild country, Aymeric de Tapol tightens his microphone, to keep a sound track of the phenomena which surround him. Wind, thunderstorm, rain, snow? After a bucolic introduction at the edge of river, it is under the barrage of humming basses, ...
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TSKB008 | TSUKU BOSHI

""Tunis" arose from a project within the framework of the partnership with the festival FEST in Carthage and Tunis. Leafcutter John was invited for made a live in the festival with one forced there: use a sound material captured during all the duration by the festival. ...
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TSKB007 | TSUKU BOSHI

V.A. - ESSMAA (2CD)

"ESSMAA is a collection of audio works reinterpreting the Tunis local tones by an international array of sound artists. Dumping in the local tones, the disorder of the distribution or the understanding of the musical reins and the daily tones, the invited musicians ...
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TSKB006 | TSUKU BOSHI

"After LODZ, we are happy to announce you the release of the album "Rücksitz " of Sebastien Roux and Sogar, two artists whom you were able to discover on the label 12K. The CD (10 titles) is presented in a cardboard digisleeve with 2 leaves of images." (label info)
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TSKB005 | TSUKU BOSHI

LODZ - HENIEK (CD)

"LODZ whispers the time of this first album, melancholic songs, porcelain dolls telling the family story. This album imposes of entrance its intimacy, even its side personal diary, sewn by golden son in the twilight of a room under roofs. LODZ, from its experiments, ...
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TSKB003 | TSUKU BOSHI

"Digital acrobatics, synthetic poetry. The important with the electronica, the most deconstructed digital branch and sometimes the noisiest of the techno scene, it is to avoid a certain shape of claim and obligatorily experimental, that can eventually tire the listener. ...
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TSKB002 | TSUKU BOSHI

MAEKO - GEODE (CD)

"Echoes of metal pipes clanging against the floor of an immense underground cistern float up from the depths while a thin strand of white smoke melody uncurls overhead. Maeko begins with tiny particles of light rising against a black crushing hip-hop background until ...
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TSKB001 | TSUKU BOSHI