🇯🇵 This is something exceptionally strange and magnifying. Like a false deja vu, when you are back to a place where you’ve never been before.
Japanese maestro Jun Miyake works with the body of music in his own way. What a title for this album! Stolen from strangers… Not taken or borrowed. Not from great people or ordinary persons, but from strangers. Perhaps someone never known or even never existed.
What you’ll be listening to is a treasure shining with multi-color rays. Some retro reflections meet the vapor of here-and-now, with futuristic aspirations. Stylistically, Jun’s approach is barely comparable with anything. Me personally, I’ve heard some bossa nova and Latin vibes, clean sophisticated jazz and mixture of everything that is possible in our world.