In late 2006, Someone Good received a package from a young Tokyo musician called Akira Kosemura. On the CD-R was the initial rendering of It's On Everything. Instantly, label-heads Lawrence and Rebecca English were struck by Kosemura's amazing sense of melody, space and compositional restraint. Working at the edge of pop structures, avant-garde influences and a gentle yet focused textural aesthetic, Kosemura typified a new vision of melodic instrumentation shrouded in rich textural electronics. Within a couple of months, Someone Good was preparing to release the album that would go on to lay the groundwork for one of the most vital and considered independent artists currently working in Japan. Someone Good couldn't be more proud to re-release this edition -- five years on, it still feels as fresh and passionate as it did the first time they heard it.
Akira Kosemura - It's on Everything - orgel (edit) (someone good)
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