Artist: 須 芳英 | Namasu yoshihide
title: 恐れずきたれ、百合んりんっ！|Do not fear , I want you to come here, Lilloritty!
keywords: acoustic, noise, noise ambient, noise pop, Fujisawa, Japan, weird, experimental
reviewer: Willem van O.
All the good things come from Japan, and ‘須 芳英 | Namasu yoshihide ‘ is no exception of this rule. The music captured on this ‘恐れずきたれ、百合んりんっ！|Do not fear , I want you to come here, Lilloritty!’ release is everything and nothing that you would expect when seeing the cover pictures on this artist’s bandcamp account. A gentle man with an admiring flower by his side is for sure one of the more telling covers that are out there. I believe my eyes had fallen on them before but as sometimes the feeling of WTF can be a bit overwhelming; I forgot it until the moment of ‘we meet again’ appeared.
And I’m glad that this happened as the music is definitely one you would like to write a book about; a refreshing spectacle for the ears of fine oddness! The work here comes at first across as something that flirts with a theatrical opera in which enough absinth had gone through the livers of the theater goers, enough at least to understand and appreciate the magnificent audio spectacle that goes on here. It’s lush like the most beautiful LSD experience; full warmth and a special kind of weirdness…
This part of the music goes well together with a session of artwork appreciation. Just let your eyes stare at the guy and his flowers while this opera of illusions plays through your ears.. Wonderful! It is wonderful! And such a wonderful combination too!
The chapter ends when ‘須 芳英 | Namasu yoshihide’ hits a triangle, and then much more material to be flabbergasted by appears! What about the happy sound of an actual baby, singing and laughing in its own songs of wonder in the multicultural comedic baby language? The music here is like listening to proud parents making their baby laugh by shitting their pants with the help of extreme flows of incredible wet diarrhea. It’s beautiful! And the baby’s laughter is genuine!
The third chapter has something that feels ritualistic; there is a rhythm, a deep sense of visiting a temple ran by wise psychedelic lunatics. The music becomes deeper, odder, weirder, better… And slowly little voices will pick up your brain and carry it on their backs out of one of your ears, all the way to that special place that is 生須 芳英 | Namasu yoshihide’s home.
A wonderful way of joyful and painless lobotomy! Wonderful!
It’s great.. Wonderful! Really? Oh yes, Really! You’ll love it!
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