by Luke Davis | January 27, 2023
Where’s my controller at?
by Luke Davis | January 19, 2023
‘If we say a piece of music makes us ‘feel seen,’ then we also owe it to ourselves to parse what about it is so invigorating, what it reveals to us about our own subjectivities.’
by Luke Davis | November 15, 2022
A 59-minute looped version of Nujabes’s Aruarian Dance. Just because.
by Luke Davis | November 1, 2022
How would you feel if you visited a blooming forest?
by Luke Davis | July 27, 2022
by Luke Davis | July 10, 2022
out references within the music, Warren points to the similarities of ‘coldness’ of the Black working class, living on the periphery of society.
by Luke Davis | April 3, 2022
One of Tokyo’s finest is ready to drop another banger.
by Luke Davis | February 18, 2022
Where would we be without Japanese music and its trendsetting behaviour?
by Luke Davis | August 19, 2021
Magical Mystery Mix are back again, this time with Vol. 3 of their Japanese Fusion Summer Mix series.
by Luke Davis | August 11, 2020