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Wind Whistling

from Scenery of Decalomania by Toshiya Tsunoda

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    Naturestrip is proud to present the stunning new release by Japanese Sound artist, Toshiya Tsunoda.

    This is Tsunoda’s first solo release on Naturestrip having contributed to the Overland compilation (NS3002). Tsunoda offers us over 64 minutes of pure sonic pleasure.

    The 7 tracks span over a decade’s worth of sound exploration and showcase Tsunoda’s talents.
    Scenery of decalcomania is the title of the album and in Tsunoda’s own words “An event causes vibrations to travel through a certain space, and the vibrations affect this space. Or to put it another way, a space is made to appear through vibration. A similar example; the stain of paint on textured paper is pressed into a new surface, a decalcomania.

    Tsunoda continues to innovate and challenge in his exploration of ‘vibrating spaces'. The subtle incorporation of electronics and audio filtering, featured on three of these pieces, are an added bonus for fans of Tsunoda's work. Set against the stark beauty of his field recordings, these 'manipulations' further emphasise the unique and perceptive appreciation of acoustic phenomenon for which Tsunoda is known.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Scenery of Decalomania via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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from Scenery of Decalomania, released January 1, 2004


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Naturestrip is an independent Australian sound and art supporter that has evolved to fund and assist a variety of projects. Visit website for more information. Naturestrip started life in 2003 releasing seven albums creating quite a following in the world of experimental sound. It focused on working with artists who created compositions using field recordings as material in their art making. ... more

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