Posts Tagged ‘kishi bashi’

September 7, 2016
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 09.05.2016

Featured music – September 5th, 2016

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September 5, 2016
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Brilliant singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Kishi Bashi has been sharing music from his forthcoming third full length, Sonderlust, which comes out on September 16th via Joyful Noise Recordings. As expected, these early previews have been nothing short of magnificent, including this latest gem, “Can’t Let Go, Juno”. The track sees Kishi Bashi taking his orchestral pop into swift pulsating, urgent driving synthpop waters. Despite its immediacy, “Can’t Let Go, Juno” is an aerial slick, incandescent smooth tune with much soothing properties. Kishi Bashi has created a gem gorgeously kaleidoscopic and ornately heartbreaking. Pre-order Sonderlust from Joyful Noise, here.

February 8, 2013
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Time to end the days’ shares (for now) with something beautiful. Kishi Bashi’s wistful A Sunday Smile is a spectacular cover of Beriut with extra layers of lush chamber pop. The fantastic strings on this just take me far away. The expressiveness of the always morphing track is incredible. From the romanticism of the lush strings, it moves into the playfulness of a plucky banjo. The artist behind the complex solo act is K Ishibashi, who’s also the founding member of Jupiter One and tours with Of Montreal and Regina Spektor. Obviously a masterful instrumentalist and producer, I can only imagine how he sounds live. Of course, we must listen to the original Beirut song after that. I must say though, I do miss the horns on the cover. Me and horns. Sigh.

February 8, 2013
https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/77960875/stream?client_id=3cQaPshpEeLqMsNFAUw1Q?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

Time to end the days’ shares (for now) with something beautiful. Kishi Bashi’s wistful A Sunday Smile is a spectacular cover of Beriut with extra layers of lush chamber pop. The fantastic strings on this just take me far away. The expressiveness of the always morphing track is incredible. From the romanticism of the lush strings, it moves into the playfulness of a plucky banjo. The artist behind the complex solo act is K Ishibashi, who’s also the founding member of Jupiter One and tours with Of Montreal and Regina Spektor. Obviously a masterful instrumentalist and producer, I can only imagine how he sounds live. Of course, we must listen to the original Beirut song after that. I must say though, I do miss the horns on the cover. Me and horns. Sigh.