🇯🇵 Occasionally one day I’ve encountered TINÖRKS. Needless to say Japanese music is something special, but with TINÖRKS you get to the heart of specialty.
TINÖRKS create magnetic audial world with the help of wide range of instruments and electronics. Their compositions are eclectic: contemporary electronic base meets fine sounds of lap harp, metallophone or some kind of whistle which altogether bring an echoes of folk music.
From time to time we listen to Shizuku Kawahara’s miraculous voice. Gentle vocals fits this kind of music perfectly. To me, “Sinfonia” covers both natural and artificial landscapes in the journey inside music.
facebook page: TINÖRKS
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