Pocket-sized audio mixer with full-sized faders & "bass kill" buttons on both channels
Notes: The party ends when the music stops playing. That's not where we stand for. We designed the Djoclate to outlast the last person that leaves the party. Even take the Djoclate to an after party. The mini mixer will outlive. The reason why it lasts, is because we designed our product with no limitations. We built a product that does not require a battery and gives you nothing to worry about other than to party EVEN harder!
Review: Ryuichi Sakamoto's latest collaborative release sees him join forces with Kukangendai, a Tokyo-based experimental rock trio who've been putting odd and inspired releases in their native Japan since 2006. A-side "Zureru" offers a perfect blend of both parties' styles, with Sakamoto adding trippy production and mind-altering effects to Kukangendai's loose, post-rock sounds, free-jazz drums and wayward vocalizations. Over on side B, we're treated to two versions of "Suuji": Kukangendai's hypnotic, wayward and ear-pleasing original take, and a sublime re-interpretation by Sakamoto that re-imagines the track as a slowly pulsing journey into intergalactic ambient territory, where ghostly vocal snippets and shards of re-contextualized guitar drift across the sound space.