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2 reviews | 19 people love this record: be the 20th! Kashiwa Daisuke's April #07 continues the contemporary classical mode. Opening with a piano led piece, this collection contains remixes from April #02 by Dj Olive Oil, Takeshi Nishimoto aka I'm Not A Gun and lem, with further pieces by Daisuke and Jean-Michel. Now I've turned the volume up, the sounds are fuller and the pianos, strings, pads and drums have an added impact. Infact there seems to be ... »

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April. #07 by Kashiwa Daisuke
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19 people love this record. Be the 20th!
8/10 Mingus Staff review, 27 March 2008


Kashiwa Daisuke's April #07 continues the contemporary classical mode. Opening with a piano led piece, this collection contains remixes from April #02 by Dj Olive Oil, Takeshi Nishimoto aka I'm Not A Gun and lem, with further pieces by Daisuke and Jean-Michel. Now I've turned the volume up, the sounds are fuller and the pianos, strings, pads and drums have an added impact. Infact there seems to be less jump-cut and more continuity, particularly on Jean Michel's thumping introduction of almost drum and bass styled drums, with kicks aplenty surrounded by lush pads that lend an almost schizophrenic air to the bombastic proceedings. Nishimoto's addition of guitars and padded ambient edits, provide a welcome comedown. lem meanwhile, adds a flute and a breathy chorus to the plucked strings and chimes on his Lemix, rounding off a rather enjoyable end of day sort of retreat. I'd say it's refreshing in a kind of pastoral-electric kinda way. Seek!

8/10 Tim Brice Customer review,

Not knowing much about Kashiwa Daisuke's work, I was drawn to it by Kyo Ichinose's 'Iontano' (Great Album!) and although only six tracks appear on this effort, it is a soothing album that gives you time to view the day at 'Your own pace' Best track is 'April #19' with a slow start then quick to finish. Album is Well produced and recorded and an artist to look out for. Buy It!!!!!


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