Avalanches Koji Asano. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist Avalanches. Recent albums by Koji Asano.
Avalanches could be subtitled "a study in feedback. It is a 69-minute-long feedback piece, probably produced by moving a couple of microphones in front of an amplifier. Doesn't sound like much, does it? Well, you'd be surprised. Of course, to appreciate this album requires an adventurous listener, one who is willing to take a certain level of punishment, one who has the ability to adjust his listening to the music he is presented with (and not the other way around)
Genre: Avant Garde: Noise. We'll ship when it's back in stock. It's very simple work with howling - micro phone.
9 tracks · 28 February 1995. 1 track · 28 February 1999.
Composed By, Producer – Koji Asano. Photography By, Design – Koji Asano.
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The Avalanches are an Australian electronic music group formed in Melbourne in 1997. They are known for their two studio albums Since I Left You (2000) and Wildflower (2016), as well as their live and recorded DJ sets. Since I Left You was a critical and commercial success, receiving multiple awards, and has been considered both one of the best albums of the 2000s and best Australian albums of all time. It was followed in 2016 by Wildflower, which also received critical acclaim.
Kumi Nakajima, Masashi Sasaki & Koji Asano. 2. Violin and Viola N. Kumi Nakajima, Masashi Sasaki & Koji Asano. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Koji Asano (born 26 April 1974 in Saitama, Japan) is a Japanese musician and composer. He works primarily in the field of electro-acoustic music, with his principal instrument being computer software. Although he is essentially a solo performer, he has also appeared in numerous ensembles, such as Ensemble Die Reihe, Paragon Ensemble, Smith Quartet, Barcelona Winds Orchestra, and the Koji Asano Ensemble. They reverted to their own Backlash label for second album Look Again (1980), and split up in the mid-1980s with David Nolte joining Wednesday Week and later Lucky, and Mataré forming Trotsky Icepick. The band were considered a major influence on the ed LA bands of the mid-1980s, including The Bangles and The Three O'Clock.