Release:2013 | 320 / FLAC | 102 / 198 MBGenre: InstrumentalAcoustic
01 Late Summer Early Autumn
02 Drizzle (Turbine)
04 Tone Water
07 Apple Tree
Takeshi Nishimoto comes from a background as a guitaristreceiving classical training from some of the world's premiere guitar playerswhile on the other hand he has been steadily growing into the more electronic music scene with a bunch of albums on CCO as I'm Not A Gun alongside John Tajeda. Takeshi appeared solo on record first in 2007 through CCO offset label Büro and returns now with his second albumthis time for sonic pieces.
Although you could say Lavandula is a guitar solo record - that really does not do it justice if you dive deeper into the sounds that resonates within it. At timesTakeshi uses some really fine electronic methods to bend and shape the guitar and background atmosphereslike the beautifully perceived Strassenlaterne. Other times it feels like you are in the middle of a still picture from a forest lake in the Japanese countrysideslowly waking up together with the sun. The track Tone Water on the other hand sounds like Squarepusher's classic acoustic masterpieceMusic is RottedOne Note played on the Guitar instead of Bass and comes off as a fresh change of direction in the middle of the album.
Lavandula is a very personal and beautiful late summer album that brings to mind the film music of Gustavo Santaolalla (21 gramsBabelBiutiful) or Tape's classic albums for Häpnabut traveling through JapaneseNorth American and European traditions. A great record to bring while travelingwake up to in the morning or simply enjoy in a quiet evening.
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