Mirai (2)

Real Name:
Keith Harvey
Originally from space, MIRAI ('Future Boy') is the founder of the neo futurist network 'Intelligentsia' - its prime directive to bring together artists on the vanguard, with an amalgamation of innovative philosophy and positive future. Later, he founded Earth Academy Records to cater for a label for the artists involved in his various projects.

Mirai spent his teens designing video games in the U.K, released over 10 titles from age 14 onwards, and then moved onto music, video & fashion during the growth of the rave culture, where he began to group in numerous members into his unit. His first gig was in Camden Palace, London in 91, and has done over 30 live events since then including the Interactive Live Show tour with P-Model (Warner), Yokohama sports stadium, Toucho Skyscraper, E-Live in Holland & Emotions in Belgium. From '95 he relocated to Tokyo, writing soundtracks for Japanese video games, club mixes, TV & radio.

Mirai has been a videogame character & model, co-hosted a 1 year EM radio show, written for 'Keyboard', has done various media spots and thru 10 years of Intelligentsia has teamed up with a motley bag of musicians and artists, always pushing against the status quo.

In Japan he had a political party named after him, and was the first person to perform a techno live using a mobile phone. Mirai's recent work includes the global artist projects 'WorldWideKind', PS2 level designs for Enix
and interactive music for J-Wave Radio & Yamaha.

He is currently involved in development of applications and games for mobile phones.
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Mirai (2) Discography Tracks


KACA0130 Mirai (2) - Azure / Cosmic Prophets album art Richard Barbieri, Jan Linton Nonchalant Batteries and 2 more… Richard Barbieri, Jan Linton - Azure / Cosmic Prophets(CD, Album) Kaeru Cafe KACA0130 Japan 2001 Sell This Version


DRC-2 Mirai (2) - HIRYU "Dragon Beat Compilation" album art Various Dragonia Various - HIRYU "Dragon Beat Compilation"(CD, Comp) Dragon Beat Label DRC-2 Japan 1997 Sell This Version