Potent, cutting edge electronica stitched together by eclectic field recordings
Japanese artist Yosi Horikawa, known for infusing his cutting edge eletronica with eclectic field recordings, will be at Oslo, Hackney for an intimate night of groundbreaking music.
Debut EP “Touch” was released on French label Eklektik Records in 2009 (re-released in 2013). In 2011, he participated in Red Bull Music Academy Madrid and collaborated with the likes of Dorian Concept, Anenon and Jesse Boykins III as well as receiving further praise for his truly unique productions from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Benji B. In 2012, “Wandering” EP was released from London’s First Word Records and received worldwide acclaim from the likes of DJ Food, XLR8R and more. Debut album “Vapor” was released in 2013 on First Word and got praises as Best album 2013 by The Japan Times, Fact Magazine etc. After releasing the album, he joined many of world class festivals, projects, like: Glastonbury, Sónar, Mutek, Dimensions, Boiler Room, LOW END THEORY, and more.
In 2015 he was invited to Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide Festival in Sete, France and performed on the special stage called JAPAN NIGHT. He also produced a track from locally field recorded sounds, a collaboration project for the Japan Foundation with Daisuke Tanabe. The track was named “Song for Remy” by Gilles Peterson and dedicated to Rémy Kolpa Kopoul from Radio Nova. It came out as 10 Inch Vinyl on Brownswood Recordings in 2016.
At Oslo, Hackney expect this exciting new artist to bring his wealth of music to the London stage for a very special evening. Don’t miss out.
“Each track contains an intricate ecosystem of noises to marvel at” – XLR8R