a summer snowfall of whimsical, art-school cunning and imaginative, wistfully Japanese retro-po-mo that is shaped and pulled together within effortless and skilled production ... ""Her Sofa"" washes over you like a gently psychedelic down-tempo lounge piece, but without pretension or irony, there is something genuinely musical here, a celebration - a blissful amalgam of choral textures and playful looping and filtering, the break at 2.54 uplifting beyond measure, a flight of seagulls!
But for the quintessential JPop Bossa Nova Postmodernity, check out TT's incredible 'Boresome Sunflower', produced with tasteful humour and amazing, authentic languid vocals ... and remarkable, barely tuned melodies This gives elevator music the Quentin Tarantino treatment, and is guaranteed to leave you feeling cooler than before!! Highly and unreservedly recommended :-))))
Review By Chris Kalessin
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