Yusuke Kamijima ‎– Left-handed Right Hand

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EMDC Records ‎– EMDC001
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CD 1. 01 3:17
CD 2. After Hours 3:33
CD 3. 02 3:17
CD 4. Mandrill's EEZ 1:24
CD 5. Buriki Head 2:38
CD 6. All Tomorrow's Yesterday 6:16
CD 7. Left-handed Right Hand 2:31
DVD 1. 01
DVD 2. After Hours
DVD 3. 02
DVD 4. Buriki Head
DVD 5. All Tomorrow's Yesterday
DVD 6. Left-handed Right Hand

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Super Jewel box

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  • Barcode: 4571385141238

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EMDCRECORDS

EMDCRECORDS

May 25, 2011

Defected (UK) Nov 11 2010
http://www.defected.com/news-reviews/word/Yusuke+Kamijima+-+After+Hours/1246
We stumbled across this short piece of music and wanted to share it with you. Crafted by Tokyo-based sound engineer Yusuke Kamijimam, when coupled with the simple yet alarmingly beautiful video, it's probably the most relaxing two-and-a-half minutes you'll enjoy this week.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0V1DLqQXcYs
EMDCRECORDS

EMDCRECORDS

February 1, 2011

Savvas Hantzaridis (Greece) SPRAWL ZONE RADIO SHOW
As beautiful and fragile a release as you are ever going to hear this year, that I can quarantee. Listening to Yusuke Kamijima's album is a totally unique experience. Ambient soundscapes, wonderful orchestrated melodies, melancholic and atmospheric parts, all combined in such a brilliant and talented way. I strongly believe that Yusuke Kamijima's latest album is a great example of how the classical music meets the modern composition in a way a few artists can compose. "Left-handed Right Hand" DVD is the perfect movie-soundtrack for a lonely and windy day along with a glass of wine and the memories of the past !
EMDCRECORDS

EMDCRECORDS

February 1, 2011
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NORMANRECORDS (UK) JANUARY 6, 2011
http://blog.normanrecords.com/2011/01/06/4-left-handed-right-hand-by-yusuke-kamijima/
This is a very nice bit of piannery ambience if I may say so. I assume that Yusuke is the pianist involved and if his right hand’s left-handed then he deserves to be applauded for doing fine work with a terrible handicap. I guess in many ways I’m reminded of Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto’s collaborations but it often possesses something of the warmth, melancholy and repetition (although none of the epic drawn-out form) of William Basinski’s Disintegration Loops series. There’s the odd lighter moment too as well as an unexpected descent into harsh noise towards the end, which is quite pleasing. Not sure what’s on the DVD but this trailer here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfYpJiQxi0Y suggests that it’s all cool kaleidoscopic visuals and stuff. It seems a cool package..