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Machineries

  1. Spring Lover
  2. Kati Kati
  3. Roll Pusher

Re-constructed recordings of hardware-driven session by Tokyo-based techno-duo, to make a soundscape of machine-live based on improvisation which tremors the dance floor.

Our 3rd episode of collaboration series is presented by Tokyo-based techno duo consist of CD HATA from Dachambo, one of the most well-known jam band in Japan, and KOYAS, a certified trainer of music making software - Ableton Live.
Their new release is under the theme of improvisation of machine performance in the principal of "Play as it flows and be spot on".

Once they do theme stuff, prepare their gears like music gear shop, then they start to play around with loads of synthesizers, rhythm machines and effectors together then they re-constructed the recordings of their session. Their sound is based on improvisation which tremors dance floors.

CD HATA x KOYAS

Tokyo-based techno duo consist of CD HATA from Dachambo, one of the most well-known jam band in Japan, and KOYAS, one of Japan's first Ableton Certified Trainer. Their musical style mainly comes from improvisation covering wide range of genres from ambient to techno. In addition to the fact that they have shared their experience of being a part of many different bands/units for years, they also organize a tokyo-based Ableton user community called Ableton Meetup Tokyo. Being backed up by their established technical backgrounds as well as their jam band attitude, "Play as it flows and be spot on" is their musical principle. Once they do theme stuff, they start to play around with loads of synthesizers, rhythm machines and effectors together with Ableton Live expressing spaced out feelings with conflict and hybrid of electronic sounds. One of the outcome can be heard in their "Play Off the Cuff Vol.1" album released in 2014 featuring their highly human and DJ-like groove.

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