夏炉冬扇 Karo Tōsen


夏炉冬扇 Karo Tōsen, Means “Summer Heater, Winter Fan” in Japanese and it is something that is out of season, making it useless. COMING THIS SUMMER!
Here is the First Track of this EP;
末路 Matsuro (Fate)
http://jamesrevelsiii.bandcamp.com/album/karo-t-sen-summer-heater-winter-fan

25 DAY LEFT ON WADT KICKSTARTER

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15 thoughts on “夏炉冬扇 Karo Tōsen

  1. createsumzing

    Well, this certainly isn’t something I’d hear every day. (And slapping a Japanese title onto a song makes it look twice as cool! haha)

    It’s interesting how you experiment with a bunch of these sounds; reminds me of how I tried making some tracks with FL Studio a few years back. It’s not easy making things sound cohesive, so I give you props for doing what you do.

    On a side note, this is slightly random, but do you like Trip Hop? I feel compelled to share this with you, for inspiration; it’s called “The Locus Priory” by Saltillo. Here’s the YouTube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVrsdPnrfeI.
    As a head’s up, keep the volume steady, (of course) be sure to listen in 720p, and let me know what you think. n__n

    1. thanks for the compliments and when the drums come in at 1 and a half minutes was raw and nasty! I like the grimy, spacey quality of the reverb. the strings made my day too. Makes me wanna go put lindsey stirlings album on repeat

    1. I hope you cleaned it up lol I love the beginning it sounds tribal with bells and marimba like instrumental. Since I’m busy today im going to download it and put it on m ipod so I can listen to it straight through while im out and about.

      1. Johnny Ojanpera

        Isn’t that amazing? This band was making this kind of music in the early 60’s. They influenced Pink Floyd, and the likes. Somehow they stayed very obscure.

  2. Came over to check out your blog after your follow (thanks, by the way!) and almost thought some creep had started to stalk me… LOL I love the name, and the music is very unique and beautiful! Sounds like something I would listen to in the studio, creating.

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