You Couldn't Be More Distant (EP)

by SHINAMO MOKI

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    "The Mush debut from Shinamo Moki is the six-track EP, You Couldn't Be More Distant. Like the earlier productions from the group that have begun to catch the ears of forward-thinking electronic fans, the EP is built with electronic manipulation of acoustic and ethnic instrumentation to create a hybrid sound that is truly unique. The groups influences of 90s Anime, Asian folk music, and UK folkloric pioneers shine throughout the EP. Melodicas, Kotos, Zithers, Bells, and other acoustic instruments take center stage on tracks like "Helliotrope" and "Golden Koban" while the warbled electronic pads of "Feng Jin Tu Plan" and the glitch-hop drums on "Hanabi" add low punch. As the EP finishes with "Go With Me" and "Rowena's Wedding" it is clear that Shinamo Moki packs more ideas and polish in an EP than are typically found in electronic releases."

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[Cover by Sara Zin]


"The Mush debut from Shinamo Moki is the six-track EP, You Couldn't Be More Distant. Like the earlier productions from the group that have begun to catch the ears of forward-thinking electronic fans, the EP is built with electronic manipulation of acoustic and ethnic instrumentation to create a hybrid sound that is truly unique. The groups influences of 90s Anime, Asian folk music, and UK folkloric pioneers shine throughout the EP. Melodicas, Kotos, Zithers, Bells, and other acoustic instruments take center stage on tracks like "Helliotrope" and "Golden Koban" while the warbled electronic pads of "Feng Jin Tu Plan" and the glitch-hop drums on "Hanabi" add low punch. As the EP finishes with "Go With Me" and "Rowena's Wedding" it is clear that Shinamo Moki packs more ideas and polish in an EP than are typically found in electronic releases."

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released August 19, 2014

Art by Sara Zin.

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