Is this a projection of the world bursting out of a formula?
Or is this an indistinct report from a three-dimensional intersection where indifference and anonymous malice scramble?
After the breakup of the legendary psychedelic rock band White Heaven and The Stars, Yo Ishihara, who in recent years has been active as Hiroshi Ishihara with Friends, has now completed his solo album.
Ishihara is also known as a sound producer for the bands "Yurayura Teikoku" and "Ogre You Asshole," but this is his first solo album in 23 years.
The music and songs that can be faintly heard from the depths of the urban hustle and bustle are not ambient, avant-garde, or so-called mellow, but rather a sensual music that has never been heard before,
It is an extremely conceptual and innovative work that shows the distance between music (Ishihara) and the world.
The musicians include Michio Kurihara, who has worked with Ishihara for many years in White Heaven and The Stars, Tomohiro Kitada and Tatsuhisa Yamamoto, and Soichiro Nakamura, a former member of White Heaven who also serves as engineer.