Kazuki Tomokawa @ The Bootleg Theater, Los Angeles – Nov. 4th

Kazuki Tomokawa

Performing for the first time in the United States, Aquarium Drunkard and Black Editions present an evening with Kazuki Tomokawa at The Bootleg Theater / Los Angeles, Saturday – November 4th. Bill Orcutt and Itasca support, along with Aquarium Drunkard dj’s manning the decks. Tickets available, here.

We’re giving away several pairs of tickets to AD readers – to enter, leave a comment with your favorite Japanese lp released between 1965-1985.

6 thoughts on “Kazuki Tomokawa @ The Bootleg Theater, Los Angeles – Nov. 4th

  1. Toshifumi Hinata – Sarah’s Crime (1985) is a beautiful soundtrack (maybe? maybe not?) which Western blogosphere just seems to be discovering. It’s been described by others as “ambient minimal pop with a classical touch” with all sorts of comparisons to: Henry Mancini, Satie, Debussy, Mark Isham, Don Cherry, even Cluster. Having fun yet?

    I put him in the Angelo Badalamenti ballpark, maybe a more languid Morricone. The title track is perfect to loop on a rainy Sunday afternoon. Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-7AWoUPI0E

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