mOAR returns after a three year hiatus to present Suidô-Kan by
Hideki Umezawa which is overall more minimal and less melodic
than much of the electronic music published under his
Pawn
moniker. Still, he manages to sneak some of his signature
glitches into at least one track (hear the sample).

Suidô-Kan was created from environmental sounds involving
water pipes, drainage pipes, rain, and improvising with faucet
frequencies (in a public restroom) and glass harmonica (a
xylophone made of glass tubes). Apart from six compositions
by Hideki, this release also features a remix track by
Tomas
Phillips
.

This release is the first one in the mOAR catalog to use the
custom inserts that and/OAR first introduced back in 2005 and
the first to be limited to 100 copies. In spite of this fact, it is a
replicated CD release (not a CDR).
catalog number: moar4
artist: HIDEKI UMEZAWA
title: Suidô-Kan
format: CD
status: sold out
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