Album artwork for Bird Ambience by Masayoshi Fujita

Prolific Japanese vibraphonist, multi-percussionist and composer Masayoshi Fujita marks a new sonic direction with his forthcoming album Bird Ambience on Erased Tapes.

Arranged with a perfect Kanso-like balance, the unhurried pace of Bird Ambience allows each sound and phrase enough time to be mindfully absorbed and savored. This subtle, but affective work carries ethereal remnants of Midori Takada’s minimalism, the static atmospheres of Mika Vainio, To Rococo Rot’s organics and the bucolic electronics of Minotaur Shock. Yet Fujita vaporizes contemporary and classical, ambient and dismantled dub, controlled noise and fragments of jazz into an atmospheric, static mist, then skillfully coercing them into new musical forms that shape an entire sonic alphabet of its own.

Masayoshi Fujita

Bird Ambience

Erased Tapes
Album artwork for Bird Ambience by Masayoshi Fujita
CD

$18.99

Released 06/18/2021Catalog Number

CD-ERATP-142

Album artwork for Bird Ambience by Masayoshi Fujita
LP

$30.99

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Includes download code
Released 06/18/2021Catalog Number

LP-ERATP-142

Album artwork for Bird Ambience by Masayoshi Fujita
LP +

$35.99

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Clear Vinyl

Includes download code
Released 06/18/2021Catalog Number

LP-ERATP-142LE

Masayoshi Fujita

Bird Ambience

Erased Tapes
Album artwork for Bird Ambience by Masayoshi Fujita
CD

$18.99

Released 06/18/2021Catalog Number

CD-ERATP-142

Album artwork for Bird Ambience by Masayoshi Fujita
LP

$30.99

Black
Includes download code
Released 06/18/2021Catalog Number

LP-ERATP-142

Album artwork for Bird Ambience by Masayoshi Fujita
LP +

$35.99

Indie Exclusive

Clear Vinyl

Includes download code
Released 06/18/2021Catalog Number

LP-ERATP-142LE

Prolific Japanese vibraphonist, multi-percussionist and composer Masayoshi Fujita marks a new sonic direction with his forthcoming album Bird Ambience on Erased Tapes.

Arranged with a perfect Kanso-like balance, the unhurried pace of Bird Ambience allows each sound and phrase enough time to be mindfully absorbed and savored. This subtle, but affective work carries ethereal remnants of Midori Takada’s minimalism, the static atmospheres of Mika Vainio, To Rococo Rot’s organics and the bucolic electronics of Minotaur Shock. Yet Fujita vaporizes contemporary and classical, ambient and dismantled dub, controlled noise and fragments of jazz into an atmospheric, static mist, then skillfully coercing them into new musical forms that shape an entire sonic alphabet of its own.