Artist: Akane Hosaka
keywords: rhythm, melodies, lo-fi, retro, loops, fun, happy, experimental, electronic
Do you remember the fun music by Akane Hosaka? Her album ‘Loop Music‘ on Wrieuw Recordings (released on a floppy diskette) is still one of my personal highlights in the collection. But to be fair, Akane Hosaka doesn’t sit still and continues her musical journey in an ever expanding way!
Akane Hosaka creates the happiest loopiest electronic loop experimentations and it’s not only obvious fun for her to make them, but also great fun for us listeners to follow these electronic adventures as they come to life and evolve. The great thing of her music expeditions is that a part of the process is that her wonderful nostalgic happiness are once done all finding a way on her official sound cloud account; making it possible to really follow the happenings as if it’s stories within a wacko music series.
There is a great deal of retro fun to it, but it also happens to sound modern in a vintage way; but in general speaking each and every time the music of Akane hosaka pops up I can’t help but smile, sometimes even laugh just because it’s so happy and friendly. Good luck for grumpy faces to stay grumpy when Akane Hosaka’s music plays!
You really should keep an eye on this artist and her solid amount of frequent updates,
as from what my ears can tell you; these fun loop experimentations have never failed to Bring a little sunshine through the sound clouds.
Her official account with all the new music can be found over at the following link:
she is also on facebook over here…
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Here is part 2 of the focus on Akane Hosaka.
There is a certain charm with the music and the review sums it up, it does bring a ray of sunshine through the clouds.
Review courtesy of Yeah I Know it Sucks.