A live version of the solo Thom Yorke’s song “Cymbal Rush” played in 2006; more room to listen to the piano/keyboard parts.
Can’t never read/learn enough about Blade Runner & its music, right?
Nerdwriter1 on “Listening to Blade Runner” (Youtube / 8″05)
Momus – The Age of Information
Originally from “Ping Pong”, 1997.
New Ryuichi Sakamoto album.
Second track (Solari) was already on repeat a few times before i could continue listening to the rest.
Bubblegum Crisis, episode 4 “Revenge Road”, 1988-07-24.
The lyrics appear on a computer screen.
As NHK ni Youkoso has been floating in my mind again lately, i had to dug-up old soundtracks, hence the classic Shuraba ni Youkoso!
Addendum to my recent post about a few 2014-2016 tracks by Sevdaliza — who, incidentally, seems to be featured a lot more [in some places/spaces around the Net] lately because she’s about to release an album i think? — Anyway, i hadn’t heard this 2015 track [“The Valley”] before, which i point to, given it’s in a quite different “genre”/style (different feeling) than all the others, while still being the result of the same collaboration.
“In a sense Thomas Pynchon, J.G. Ballard and Philip K. Dick predicted Brian Eno: Pynchon with his image of electronic sound as ambient entertainment; Ballard with his scenes of Vermilion Sands’ cloud sculptors and sonic statue salesmen; Dick with his musical reverie technology.”