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Qujaku
Qujaku

Qujaku are a Japanese band who are building themselves a serious reputation as heavyweight guitar-wielders, working with a psych sound with all airy lightness stripped away in favour of super-taut bass power. Qujaku has been imported all the way from Japan’s So I Buried Records just so you can get blasted by it: check it out.
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Qujaku
Keiren

The Piqniq want it to be known by the general populace that they will now be going under the new name Qujaku: consider yourself informed! But don’t worry, they haven’t changed their heavy psychedelic vibes: Keiren, their first appearance on vinyl, is a dense wall of guitars and thrumming rhythm. 10” EP on So I Buried.
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The Piqnic
ZyouK

The Piqniq want to specify they are not just a shoegaze band, but specifically a “dark shoegaze” band. Fair enough, as they do strip away the sunny dreamy side of the genre and replace it with a certain morose attitude. ZyouK is the Japanese band’s debut full-length record, and is released on So I Buried Records, in a tightly limited edition of 300 copies.
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DRUGON
DRAGON

A live blast of psychedelia from Drugon. Formed by Mani Neumeier from krautrock lifers Guru Guru, Mandog’s Keiichi Miyashita and Takayuki Enomoto, and Makoto Kawabata from Acid Mothers Temple, the set is taken from a performance in Tokyo in 2005. It’s a propulsive work that touches on Guru Guru’s free jazz associations and embraces a chiming minimalist approach to the guitar. Out on CD from So I Buried Records.
  • CD (SIB005)
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Grimm Grimm / TAPERS
Grimm Grimm / TAPERS


  • CD (SIB004)
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BBBlood / Umez
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