Serph, the trickster of electronic music world, will release his updated best hits collection "PLUS ULTRA" on July 15th 2016. He suddenly burst onto the music scene in 2009 with his first album "accidental tourist" after only 3 years experience in piano and composition. His 2nd album "vent" sold over 20,000 copies, elevating him to the status of the electronic music world's prodigy. Serph, the secluded artist full of mystery, without disclosing his identity or profile continues to make ever fresh music overflowing from his abundant creative forces. For this album Serph has personally chosen and rearranged works he feels represent himself from his first album to his 5th album "Hyperion Suites" released in 2015. Also included on this, his first ever "best of" album, are 2 new tracks destined to be Serph classics. Serph, who from the very beginning has produced uplifting fantastic instrumental tracks, has polished his original work using arranging abilities he has developed over the past 7 years. He has taken his tracks' sophisticated completeness to a higher level, expanding his utopian vision and making it shine. Serph's "PLUS ULTRA" updated best collection with finely polished gemlike anthems paints a new yet nostalgic dreamlike vision of future.
A solo project by a male Tokyoite. Serph released his first album "accidental tourist" in July 2009, only 3 years after beginning the piano and composition. Since then, he has constantly been releasing his works. In January 2014, he held his first solo concert and live performance that sold out at LIQUIDROOM. In July 2016, he released his updated greatest hits album "PLUS ULTRA". In April 2018, he held his second solo concert and live performance for the first time in 4 years, which was a great success. Serph also acts as Reliq, his alter-ego which focuses exclusively on edgier dance music, and as a track maker of N-qia which is a duo with a female vocalist, Nozomi. He also creates tracks and remixes for other artists, produces music for commercials, web advertisements, TV drama series, planetarium exhibitions and more.