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Tokyo Bloodworm’s major style influences include traditional middle eastern and japanese music, folk and minimal electronic music. The musicians also utilize both unusual timing and space to create a sound that is original. Using these elements as a back drop, a sound has been created that is not only warm and organic, but one that is also dark and refined. This combination of moods exposes the listener to washes of guitars, floating melodies and heavy tribal rhythms. In contrast there are also moments free of sound except for the slightest twinge of handmade white noise and distant strings. They are dedicated to creating analog soundscapes, seamlessly combined with hauntingly chaotic electronics, which are filled with beauty and a pulse.

Tokyo Bloodworm is currently working on a side project with the artist Brael. It is scheduled for release in fall 2007.

Also, The first addition to Lost Tribe Sound’s catalog has been released. Tokyo Bloodworm’s first album is now available through Paypal. The album contains eleven tracks of hand-woven organic electrics. This homespun collection of songs, spans more than an hour, delicately fusing tribal-glitch based rhythms with intricate micro-tonal melodies. For fans of the Boats, Arovane, Animal Collective, etc. Containing beautiful CD artwork inside and out, this limited release comes housed in a few hand-made styles at http://myspace.com/losttribesound

Edited by shawnbot on 17 Jul 2008, 00:06

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