“Drift Box” is a compact monophonic synthesizer.
That’s product of REON co.,Ltd in osaka japan.
Former Japan members Richard Barbieri and Steven Jansen (David Sylvian’s brother) in an interview relating to their venture with The Dolphin Brothers some years back
And here is one of my favorites from the album “Catch the Fall”
KORG US had finally become a hot topic in front of the site information “KRONOS” Take off that veil. KORG this year’s crowd was packed with exciting and unusual and just striving to be first to start the demonstration KORG booth at booth 12.
That should be it super-sized 8-inch TFT LCD (800 × 600 dots!) Of the touch interface and simple operation system KORG also true tradition. KORG yet from a nostalgic design so that a degree will really bring about an atmosphere of KRONOS. The reality is joined by KORG extremely high degree of perfection with the latest technology and boasts a number of synthesizer history, it was a new generation Wakusuteshonshinse.
Although Karn has sadly left us, this might be a good reminder of the great work
RIP Mick Karn (1958-2011)
It’s with profound sadness that we have to inform you that Mick finally lost his battle with cancer and passed away peacefully at 4.30pm today, 4th January 2011 at home in Chelsea, London. He was surrounded by his family and friends and will be deeply missed by all.
Japan performing Life In Tokyo at their last ever concert in Nagoya, Japan (16/12/1982).The lads are joined on stage by Sandii, John Punter and members of the road crew in a very light-hearted performance.
The quality is dreadful, but the atmosphere and historical value far outshines any other considerations…
in OGAKI LIGHT HOUSE
After Make: Ogaki Meeting
Craftwife + Kaseo
Traveling in the Japanese high-speed train Shinkansen from Shinosaka to Tokyo.
The video sequence was shot by OLYMPUS EP-1(PEN).
Music: VanShe “So High”
Nice video by daihei shibata
“a girl in Tokyo play the iPhone/iPodtouch APP(Digital Bass Line DB-303).the security guard in the station building was angry after this….”
I nearly forgot some friday fun:
It’s a small teaser from DVD “Big in Japan: Live in Tokyo 2010″. European release will be out on 26th of November.
After having recorded one studioalbum, 2 Live-DVDs and albums with Lisa Gerrard, Klaus Schulze decided to go back ‘pure Schulze’ again. He and his crew flew to Tokyo to play his very first solo concert since 2003. The concerts in Tokyo in March 2010 were played on Klaus’ legendary equipment re-built by the Japanese crew exactly the same way as you can see it at his European concerts.
The concert itself was also the first time that Schulze rebuilt and remodeled his classic “Crystal Lake” (originally 1977 on “Mirage”), renamed here as “The Crystal Returns”. Yo can also see/hear Schulze play electric guitar on the track “Sequencers are beautiful”.