Album artwork for Stillness, Softness... by Hinako Omori
Album artwork for Stillness, Softness... by Hinako Omori

Stillness, Softness… explores a new sonic range within Omori’s world of analogue synths – namely, her Prophet ’08, the Moog Voyager and UDO Super 6, an analogue hybrid synthesizer that creates binaural, 3D-simulating sound.

Stillness, Softness… “a collage of experiments” which she then pieced together “like a puzzle”, each song representing a memory room. The end result is seamless, a continuous cycle of 13 vignettes that flow in and out of each other, recorded and written between her bedroom in London and her grandmother’s house in Yokohama, Japan.

The album on the whole is Omori’s most accessible yet, and one that evidences her true range as a composer, artist, arranger, vocalist and synth virtuoso.

Hinako Omori

Stillness, Softness...

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Album artwork for Stillness, Softness... by Hinako Omori
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£24.99

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Released 27/10/2023Catalogue Number

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£27.99

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Album artwork for Stillness, Softness... by Hinako Omori
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£11.99

Released 27/10/2023Catalogue Number

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Hinako Omori

Stillness, Softness...

Houndstooth
Album artwork for Stillness, Softness... by Hinako Omori
LP

£24.99

Black
Released 27/10/2023Catalogue Number

HTH171

Album artwork for Stillness, Softness... by Hinako Omori
LP +

£27.99

Clear
Released 27/10/2023Catalogue Number

HTH171LE

Album artwork for Stillness, Softness... by Hinako Omori
CD

£11.99

Released 27/10/2023Catalogue Number

HTH171CD

Stillness, Softness… explores a new sonic range within Omori’s world of analogue synths – namely, her Prophet ’08, the Moog Voyager and UDO Super 6, an analogue hybrid synthesizer that creates binaural, 3D-simulating sound.

Stillness, Softness… “a collage of experiments” which she then pieced together “like a puzzle”, each song representing a memory room. The end result is seamless, a continuous cycle of 13 vignettes that flow in and out of each other, recorded and written between her bedroom in London and her grandmother’s house in Yokohama, Japan.

The album on the whole is Omori’s most accessible yet, and one that evidences her true range as a composer, artist, arranger, vocalist and synth virtuoso.