◎omaru◎

by toiret status

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Dave H.
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Dave H. There is something unimaginable happening here: blast-beats, toilet sounds, sonic manipulation, and a wild imagination for experimental beat. ◎omaru◎ is such a huge surprise to listen through even now because of how silly yet emotionally rewarding the progressions become on each track. I believe this to be one of the most entertaining and underlooked releases one will find, but I'm glad it's hear for the world to eventually recognize~ Favorite track: #31 feat. DJWWWW.
Marceline Clanton
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Marceline Clanton took acid and listened to this and it felt like it was actually actively trying to defy my expectations an and I couldn't stop laughing at how clever the composer was. an extremely fun listen sober or tripping balls. Favorite track: #30.
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about

Japanese artist Toiret Status is imbued with the endless joy and energy that comes with discovering new sounds, new means of expression, or inspiration in general. His music floats somewhere between spastic digital sketches and a deep intuition about arrangement and composition. He also understands that in 2016 anything can be a hook, a two note melody, a phrase, a sample, a sound or texture, and that the widening perception of hookiness means that abstract music comes alive in new contexts and dialogues with other popular musical forms.

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released September 21, 2016

Music by Isamu Yorichika

Visual art by Keith Rankin

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