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Rotate - Tomotsugu Nakamura - Soundium (CD, Album)

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  1. release, the sophomore album from Tokyo-based artist Tomotsugu Nakamura. The word SOUNDIUM is made up of Sound + ium meaning the element of sound, and also meant to sound like a miniature garden simulated by tiocossladnahosolfenisdespvacuten.coinfog: Rotate.
  2. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Tomotsugu Nakamura. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube. Playback options Rotate. 2 listeners 3 photos. Listeners. 1, Scrobbles. K. Soundium. listeners · 13 tracks Play album.
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  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Soundium on Discogs. Label: Kaico - kc ,Kaico - kc • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic • Style: Experimental, Minimal, Ambient, Downtempo5/5(3).
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  6. Tomotsugu Nakamura is a Japanese electronic sound artist. His primary artistic practice is composing music by acoustic instruments, and field recordings. Biography. / 4th album monologue in vinyl format will be released from Audiobulb+Qrates(UK) / 4th album monologue will be released from Audiobulb (UK) / offered sound design for bio speakers in Yoko Shimizu's Missing: Rotate.
  7. Tomotsugu Nakamura — Soundium ♦ ≈ ♦ release, the sophomore album from Tokyo–based artist Tomotsugu Nakamura. The word Soundium is made up of Sound + ium meaning the element of sound, and also meant to sound like a miniature garden simulated by sounds.
  8. Tomotsugu Nakamura – Soundium (Kaico): I have Tench and Words On Music label’s Marc Ostermeier to thank for getting me to Nakamura’s work. He is a sound artist from Tokyo and Soundium is an album of microtones, springy and glitchy rhythms and fractional sound samples. The sounds and instrumentation are so pure—this is a great album and Missing: Rotate.

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