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Afterimages

by Itaru

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Bronson Ray Arabie
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Bronson Ray Arabie Itaru hits hard with his debut release on Swedish Columbia; with this single, Itaru helps you create a certain world of urban fantasy and illusions. As you run through a mystical metropolis with no wile or reason, the proverbial blinding smoke dazes you and makes you wander the entirety of that mysterious dreamland, as personified by the heavy-hitting and piecemeal rhythms that resonate throughout the whole of the album. Favorite track: Afterimages.
Oliver Asbury
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Oliver Asbury An astounding album! All songs cary a different vibe and emotion to them, yet all carry a good rhythm and tune with them. The music video for 'AfterImages' is rad also! Favorite track: Handclap.
Anton
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Anton Chopped up dream-pop-synth-whatever. Got some cool stuff going on. Prefer the instrumental tracks. Favorite track: Handclap.
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released April 19, 2010

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Itaru 東京都, Japan

Itaru – a drummer and electronic musician from Almost Tokyo, Japan that has been exploring rhythms and electronic music his whole life. Starting with an influence of Japan's Yellow Magic Orchestra that sparked musical exploration with everything from playing in a renown underground punk band, Atomic Fireball, to performing live electronics in Rhetorical Parade as well as solo. ... more

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Track Name: Afterimages
Passing in front of you
Gone with the time
If your memory is full
Stop walking for a while
Then blink your eyes
What can you see with fragmented Afterimages?

Afterimages
Fragments
Afterimages
Blink Your eyes

Afterimages
Memories
Afterimages
Blank your mind

Far gone
Memory past
Memory forward
Walking
Backward to one
Forward to none