Onoken is an electronic artist. A resident of Tokyo, Japan, Onoken speaks both Japanese and English, but prefers Japanese. Onoken’s works are diverse, ranging from goa trance to Digital hardcore. Most Onoken songs have a BPM divisible by 10, but this is not always the case.

Onoken did the music for the Japan-only sci-fi mystery game “I/O” for the PlayStation 2.

Much of Onoken’s popularity in the West emerged as a result of Stepmania, but his popularity in Asia comes from his Be-Music Script files.

Several of Onoken’s works are found in albums from the Diverse System label, such as “Hello, Boss” and the “D” series. Onoken released a “Best Of” album in Japan, but it is no longer sold. His latest solo album release was “Swell Strings”.

Onoken also releases limited remix albums, the “O” series, of his original songs. Other musicians from his bulletin board remix his songs and every once in a while, an album is released with these remixes.

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Edited by Greengorgon on 23 Jun 2008, 19:50

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