- 4 years ago
Playing tracks by
Red Stars over Tokyo.
Since 2008, Red Stars Over Tokyo has been releasing records on his own Hot Hair imprint. With a past playing in Punk bands, his sound nowadays has a deliberate lo-fi approach. His tracks have a free-flowing feel, sounding improvised without shunning precision and emotional poise.
He just releaesed a new album on Testtoon records.ust went 100% into record collecting (electronica, postpunk, noise, blackmetal,…). In 2007 some friend talked persuaded him so he bought some cheap gear and started recording in the evening when his kids were asleep. Whenever there's enought music and cash he puts it out on vinyl (the only real music format).
No arty theories, just a fast ride through any decent record collection crossing Kosmic pulses, electronica, wave, ambient,…
After spending the early 90ties on touring Europe playing bass w/ Nations On Fire he didn't make any music for ten years. In 2007 some friends persuaded him so he bought some cheap gear and started recording electronic music.