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Fumiya Tanaka

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CD (12")
Cat: PERLON 1172. Rel: 19 Sep 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Telephone At The Window (10:43)
  2. I Don't Know Enough Continued (9:25)
Review: Fumiya Tanaka's long-awaited return to Perlon after five years away is a two-part affair. This is the second 12" ("A/B" is available separately), and like its predecessor features a pair of high-grade workouts from one of the Japanese techno scene's greatest servants. Side A sports "Telephone at the Window", a typically trippy and clandestine affair that sees Tanaka pepper an undulating minimalist groove (think deep bass and crunchy machine snares) with post-apocalyptic vocal samples, spine-tingling electronics and manipulated modem noise. Over on the flipside, "I Don't Know Enough Continued" is a smoother and more shuffling late night workout, with only the producer's foreboding riffs and more mind-altering vocal samples punctuating the otherwise locked-in mood.
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You Find The Key (gatefold 3xLP)
Cat: PERL 107. Rel: 01 Apr 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Munich Uncertain (11:54)
  2. Got To See You (7:05)
  3. Find The Key 2012 (7:50)
  4. Swallowed Memory (10:47)
  5. The Mysterious Pocket Is Right (10:29)
  6. The Only Your Researching (6:24)
  7. Cinematicorc (8:13)
  8. Love Keep Mapping The Head (11:23)
Review: While he's barely paused for breath in the last decade, it's still been eight years since Fumiya Tanaka delivered his last album, Unknown 3. The epitome of long overdue, You Find The Key is his fourth album. Interestingly, it sees the 44 year-old, Japanese producer tweaking his now familiar bass-heavy minimal techno blueprint. Thrillingly, the bass lines are bolder and jauntier, and the beats jazzier, resulting in an altogether funkier take on the minimal techno style. Of course, there are still moments that recall his previous work - see the deep and dubby "Swallowed Memory" - but it's those that take a sideways step towards funk-fuelled pastures ("Munich Uncertain", "The Only Your Researching") that stand out.
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Cat: SND 006. Rel: 10 May 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. At The Time, Suddenly (9:55)
  2. Respect The Guy (10:29)
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Cat: SND 009. Rel: 11 Jul 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. A Round About Route (8:13)
  2. Long Journey Away (8:03)
  3. Shaker (6:30)
Review: Here's one that got us excited: the collaboration of Japanese techno legends Fumiya Tanaka (boss of Sundance and Untitled) and veteran Kuniyuki Takahashi aka Koss: who recently appeared on our radar with his retrospective release on Music From Memory. You're in good hands with these two on the A Round About Route EP: the dynamic duo treat us to some trippy and hypnotic after hours business with these three minimalist trips. They sure know what works on the dancefloor, with over 30 years experience on the scene between them. From the hypnotic shuffle of the title track, the reductionist weirdness of "Long Journey Away" and the groovy "Shaker" experimenting with odd polyrhythms and disorienting field recordings - this one's a solid release.
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