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REVIEW REBLOG – Akane Hosaka pt2

Here is part 2 of the focus on Akane Hosaka.
There is a certain charm with the music and the review sums it up, it does bring a ray of sunshine through the clouds.
Review courtesy of Yeah I Know it Sucks.

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2Artist: Akane Hosaka
keywords: rhythm, melodies, lo-fi, retro, loops, fun, happy, experimental, electronic

Do you remember the fun music by Akane Hosaka? Her album ‘Loop Music‘ on Wrieuw Recordings (released on a floppy diskette) is still one of my personal highlights in the collection. But to be fair, Akane Hosaka doesn’t sit still and continues her musical journey in an ever expanding way!

Akane Hosaka creates the happiest loopiest electronic loop experimentations and it’s not only obvious fun for her to make them, but also great fun for us listeners to follow these electronic adventures as they come to life and evolve. The great thing of her music expeditions is that a part of the process is that her wonderful nostalgic happiness are once done all finding a way on her official sound cloud account; making it possible to really follow the happenings as if it’s stories within…

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REVIEW REBLOG – Akane Hosaka – Loop Music

Something joyful and different today courtesy of Akane Hosaka. Very reminiscent of early electronic experiments, childrens telly and retro games. Her music is on a free download and thanks to Yeah I Know it Sucks, she is my Todays Discovery.

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Artist: Akane Hosaka
Title: Loop Music
keywords: electronic, Japan, Wrieuw, ambient, bleeps, bloops, cute, electronic, experimental, folktronica, loop, loop music, Southen On Sea
label: Wrieuw Recordings

Akane Hosaka’s latest release is brought to you by the lovely Wrieuw Recordings and it’s as cute and adorable as the label it’s own cat-like furry reputation.
The EP is made in a way that can be seen described on its front cover; the artist improvises her music, uses a loop pedal and as a modern day musician loads it all up on a cloud of sound like cute little music memories. The collection of tracks here are selected by the producer herself and is an instant brew that of honest and friendly loopy music that quite frankly is quite adorable.

The first track ‘loop 5 – insect of matchstick’ is the sweet opener of this lovely EP, it feels absolutely cozy and homely…

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