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Oto Nova Japan 音の波: Mari* with Manabu Shimada, Yosi Horikawa and WaqWaq Kingdom ‐ Worldwide FM
  • Oto Nova Japan 音の波: Mari* with Manabu Shimada, Yosi Horikawa and WaqWaq Kingdom

    Manabu Shimada Manabu Shimada is a Japanese sonic artist based in London and Tokyo. His artistic work includes performances, installations and exhibitions predominantly in Europe. Alongside his technical skills he has worked as a composer and sound designer for many years, working with companies such as Swarovski, Yamaha, V&A, Tord Boontje and Es Devlin. Manabu and Mari will…

    Manabu Shimada

    Manabu Shimada is a Japanese sonic artist based in London and Tokyo. His artistic work includes performances, installations and exhibitions predominantly in Europe. Alongside his technical skills he has worked as a composer and sound designer for many years, working with companies such as Swarovski, Yamaha, V&A, Tord Boontje and Es Devlin. Manabu and Mari will discuss his creative process, and Manabu will perform his latest album pieces for her, a showcase of his creative work whilst living in Europe, was released in July 2016 on label Sounds et al.

    Yosi Horikawa

    Yosi Horikawa is a sound creator who incorporates field recordings into his music.

    WaqWaq Kingdom

    WaqWaq Kingdom is Japanese duo, Kiki Hitomi & DJ Scotch Egg, on Jahtari Records and is playing in London for ‘Four Letter Word Weekend‘ on 17th February at the Old Blue Last.

    WaqWaq Kingdom’s “Ego Enzyme” comes from their forthcoming self-title EP out on Jahtari in March.
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  • Sounds System Culture Special: Roger Robinson with Kiki Hitomi

    UK meets Japan meets Berlin for this sound system culture special from Brownswood basement. Dub poet Roger Robinson has his roots in both Trinidad and the UK. He’s in studio with Japanese Germany based collective Waq Waq Kingdom, DJ Scotch Egg and Kiki Hitomi, Japanese vocalist who fuses reggae, ’50s pop and UK bass styles. Waq Waq Kingdom joins Roger to represent multicultural…

    UK meets Japan meets Berlin for this sound system culture special from Brownswood basement.

    Dub poet Roger Robinson has his roots in both Trinidad and the UK. He’s in studio with Japanese Germany based collective Waq Waq KingdomDJ Scotch Egg and Kiki Hitomi, Japanese vocalist who fuses reggae, ’50s pop and UK bass styles.

    Waq Waq Kingdom joins Roger to represent multicultural dub sound, showcasing a live set from their new album Shinsekai. DJ Scotch Egg also gives African DJ set.

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