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Hi, here’s Chew-Z Netlabel.Today we published new music on our catalogue:
welcome to Japanese Gum !
Japanese Gum – Lost In Weirdness – CW014
Lost In Weirdness is available in free download but also in a digipack cd audio edition on sales trough our shop: http://www.chewz.net/shop
This work is available in free download (mp3 files – 320kbps zipped) trough the website http://www.chewz.net and it’s licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0
1. Intro – Africanized by Die Stadt Der Romantisch Punks
2. After All, A Grey Collapse – Japanese Gum (recorded in spring 08, mixed in winter 08)
3. Sunday, 1:00 pm – Japanese Gum – spoken word by Enrico Bosio (recorded between 06 / 09, mixed in April 09)
4. Could The English Rain (wash it away?) – Remixed by Arbdesastr
5. The Undertaker’s Tombstone – The Undertaker’s Tombstoned – dubbed by Grausamerg Eisenberg
6. Declaration Of A Permanent Absence Of Will – dueling drum machines remix by Isan
7. Could The English Rain (wash it away) ? – Remixed by Eniac
8. Cluster Of Bees (early version) – Japanese Gum (recorded and mixed in March 07)
9. And Talk Silently – alt version by Japanese Gum – vocals by Stark Vision Of The Morning, flute by Greta Liscio
10. Gonna Look In The Backroom – Japanese Gum (recorded and mixed in January 08)
Japanese Gum is an experimental Italian duo originally from Genova born in the spring of 2005.
The band consists now of Davide Cedolin and Paolo Tortora. During first two years of activity, there was a third member, Luigi Bozzo, that now is only a collaborator.
JG music is characterized by wall of delayed guitars, soft vocals, electronic glitch beats and synth pads, but it’s not right to define their sound into a specific kind: the guys are always looking for new developments and different sound solutions: from the first release “Talking. Silently e.p.”, focused on an ambient-glitch type of soundscapes, to “Without you I’m napping”, more oriented to massive shoegazing guitars melted with psychedelic obsessive loops and first real percussions ever.
During the sessions for the first full-lenght, Japanese Gum put some unreleased tracks/versions together with few friends’ remixes into “Lost In Weirdness” (remixes by Isan, Die Stadt Der Romantiche Punks, Eniac…).
The new album “Hey Folks! Nevermind, We Are All Falling Down” will be released in september 2009 by Friend Of Mine records (Japan), and it’s a perfect balanced combo of liquid atmosphere, droning guitars, suspended vocals, electronic patterns and real drums.
Paolo Tortora: laptop, synth, guitar, melodica.
Davide Cedolin: guitars, synth, vocals.