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Geinoh Yamashirogumi (Japanese: 芸能山城組, Geinō Yamashirogumi) is a Japanese musical collective founded on January 19, 1974 by Tsutomu Ōhashi, consisting of hundreds of people from all walks of life: journalists, doctors, engineers, students, businessmen, etc. They are known for both their faithful re-creations of folk music from around the world, as well as their fusion of various traditional musical styles with modern instrumentation and synthesizers. For example, in the 1980s, MIDI digital synthesizers could not handle the tuning systems of… en lire plus

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  • When I write, I often listen to this. It inspires me in so many ways.
  • re-listening to the akira ost and DAMN does it have an influence on Oneohtrix Point Never
  • Eargasm from "Kaneda" to "Requiem". The best OST 4ever, for me!
  • @DarkJesus similar artists will never be satisfactory because Geinoh Yamashirogumi have quite a very unique sound which you can't easily find in other artists. It also doesn't sound like typical score music at all even if you would compare it to contemporary japanese score music. It's true that japanese scoring, specifically in the anime genre, do also often use soft synths the same way Yamashirogumi does but they don't incorporate ethnic and traditional sounds like you hear on the Akira score. The only score that I found a bit related in sound to Akira is Kenji Kawai's score for Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence. It has the same kind of eccentricity you hear in Akira.
  • perfect similar artists
  • @alanjnewnham Symphonic Suite is the full Akira soundtrack without any of the dialogue that the Original soundtrack has
  • Is the Symphonic Suite Akira soundtrack the same as the Original Akira soundtrack? thanks
  • Requiem - holy fucking masterpiece
  • similar artists kinda fails here, anyone got any recs for bands that ACTUALLY sound like Geinoh Yamashirogumi?

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