Exit is a studio album by Shugo Tokumaru. It was originally released via P-Vine Records on October 19, 2007 in Japan. It peaked at number 239 on the Oricon Albums Chart. Tokumaru plays more than fifty different instruments on the album and claims that he "drew inspiration" for its music from Japanese pop and a pile of old Beatles cassettes. Both of these were very influential music styles.
Tokumaru, in general, seems to go much deeper into his own musical world - playing with sounds more and taking ideas much further. Like Buckingham, Tokumaru's songs can sound deceptively simple on the surface, but closer listening reveals a very sophisticated musician at work. Anyone can layer instruments on top of one another (and, with the advent of digital home recording, often to a ludicrous level), but it takes.
Shugo Tokumaru トクマルシューゴ - Exit (LP, Album). This is not an album but an EP with fillers of unfinished or short instrumental songs. Low end frequencies are extremely rare, lots of echo and reverb give the overall shoe gazer effect, and the words are hard to make out even for me. The impression I get is of live auditions at a coffee shop or of campfire melodies. The audible parts of the lyrics talk about forgetting to turn off the radio, waves on the beach, and the second hand on a clock stopping, among other trivial observations.
Exit is a studio album by Shugo Tokumaru. It was originally released via P-Vine Records on October 19, 2007 in Japan Contents. He attained the album's experimental sound using everyday household objects such as a fork, ashtray, doorbell, wind-up toys; along with more traditional instruments such as acoustic guitar and wooden flutes. Most or all of the instruments were played in major key in a clipped, almost clockwork cadence. The album was mixed and recorded on his laptop, using the.
Shugo Tokumaru, Category: Artist, Albums: TOSS, In Focus?, Port Entropy, Exit, . Top Tracks: Katachi, Rum Hee, Parachute, Lahaha, Tightrope, Biography: Shugo Tokumaru began recording his sweet and eccentric lo-fi indie pop songs - songs that nod to artists like Plamo, Lullatone, and PWRFL Power - in the early 2000s. Monthly Listeners: 19555, Where People Listen: Tokyo, Osaka, Setagaya-ku, Chicago, Los Angeles. 2 Critical reception. Most or all of the instruments were played in major key in a clipped, almost clockwork cadence Critical reception.
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