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2 reviews »We have another great Motoro Faam CD on the Preco label from Japan called 'And Water Cycles'. This is pretty lush sounding stuff. Gorgeous electronics and neo classical nubbins mixed together in a sexy love pot all ready to pour into your unsuspecting ears. There's a healthy dash of Ryuichi Sakamoto in there and maybe some more. It's quite experimental and there's an awful lot going on. The sound ... »

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And Water Cycles by Motoro Faam
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8/10 Phil Staff review, 12 July 2007
We have another great Motoro Faam CD on the Preco label from Japan called 'And Water Cycles'. This is pretty lush sounding stuff. Gorgeous electronics and neo classical nubbins mixed together in a sexy love pot all ready to pour into your unsuspecting ears. There's a healthy dash of Ryuichi Sakamoto in there and maybe some more. It's quite experimental and there's an awful lot going on. The sound is very dense and full, but together it makes a really beautiful listen, what with all the lovely classical-ness being chucked into the electronic mix. Mingus thinks it sounds a bit like Takagi Masakatsu....highly recommended anyway!

8/10 Kent Macpherson Customer review, 30th October 2014

This is a fascinating album. It is so unique I can't even categorise it. Cascading modern art music with field recordings playing as important a role as 'real' instruments. Really a special experience. Not for everyone. It is quite avant garde but still listenable. What I find intriguing about so much Japanese contemporary music, is that stylistically it seems entirely disconnected from popular culture. (or at least from the shite pouring out of a handful of US studios). Motoro Faam are just out there and doing it their own way. Quite astonishing.


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