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Sachiko M

Bar Sachiko

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Improvised Music from Japan, IMJ-517
Released on March 28, 2004

  1. (60:04)

    mp3 excerpt: track 1

Sachiko M with two sinewaves on one empty sampler

Sachiko M is a musician who uses the sampler as an instrument. Rather than apply the device's original function of sampling recorded material, she makes music using nothing but its internal test tone sine waves. Her approach to this radically minimalistic sound and meticulously thorough music has created a sensation worldwide. Sachiko M has collaborated with influential artists both inside and outside Japan. This is Sachiko M's third solo album, following Sine Wave Solo (Amoebic) and Derive (Noise Asia). While the two earlier recordings are made up entirely of short tracks, Bar Sachiko is a single 60-minute performance using just two sine waves. A shocking creation!

cover art (inside)

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