Lullatone creates small melodies that are adorably delicate and precise.Though, hardly "minimal" by the electronic standards of today,Lullatone's tiny compositions a characterized by a subtle nature on a par with the works of Steve Reich and Erik Satie.In 2003, Lullatone released "computer recital" on Audio Dregs Recordings. The album received much praise for its charming ability to mend unadorned sine tones (the most simple type of sound wave) into a small symphony of childlike melodies. 2003 also saw the release of Lullatone's "my petit melodies" from Childisc Recordings. Lullatone's most recent CD "little songs about raindrops" continues in the vein of the previous two, in terms of its gentle nature. It is soft and subtle, like clouds and cotton. However, for this album, Lullatone has moved away from the sine tone and instead used a tiny orchestra of toy instruments to reproduce the pitter-patter of raindrops. little songs about raindrops features guest appearances from Keiichi Sugimoto (fonica / minamo), Yoshimi Tomida, Yusuke Asano (asana), and others.
in stock | JP| 2004| m-/vg+| PLOP | 10.00

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