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Daiyuzan by silentwave, released 01 December 2016 1. asagiri 2. daiyuzan 3. dry landscape garden Japanese interpretation of ambient music アンビエントミュージックの日本人的解釈 : Silentwave - Daiyuzan The temple complex at Daiyuzan Saijoji is but one of many shrines in Japan hidden away among trees and hills )
Matrix, Runout: 16391B1 GTERMA051 (SM1-GB0041/1A) IFPI LP50.
he immersive world of Yoshinori Noguchi, aka Silentwave, a Japanese composer from Yokohama working most exclusively in the ambient field or drones music while addressing themes of nature, consciousness and unconsciousness. The 70-minute Daiyuzan features three slow evolving longform ambient pieces of a minimalist, improvised, drifting and profound introspective nature fitting in the quality league of Steve Roach’s Quiet Music or the works of Phillip Wilkerson.
Silentwave – Daiyuzan. I’ve heard that Daiyuzan Saijoji Temple is one of the most peaceful and quiet places in Japan; perhaps in the whole world. With all the old cedars, ponds and pagodas it favours contemplation. Now I can’t say if that’s true.
The Deep Sea, NoiseBeat. Silentwave, Yoshinori Noguchi. Daiyuzan - Silentwave. Live Seasons - Silentwave, Yoshinori Noguchi. Contact - Silentwave.