HAKOBUNE – Dead Leaves Crumble


DRONARIVM, DR-12, TAPE, C-32, ltd. 52

«Dead Leaves Crumble» was recorded one spring morning using guitar and some pedals. Hakobune continues to be a minimalist in his means and facilities. But his music – that contemplative and tranquil at a first glance – hides the impressive core inside as a haiku poetry.

«Calm and serene
The sound of a cicada
Penetrates the rock»
Matsuo Basho

Hakobune aka Takahiro Yorifuji uses layers of guitar to create the sonic landscapes. Yorifuji is from a small town in Hyogo, Japan and currently resides in Tokyo.


Curated by Bartosz Dziadosz (Pleq)
Managed by Dmitry Taldykin
Cover art by Steven Ramsey (Constellation Tatsu)
Design by Dronarivm Art

If you are looking for a digital download, please support this artist and buy it direct from his Bandcamp page: http://hakobune.bandcamp.com/album/dead-leaves-crumble


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2 thoughts on “HAKOBUNE – Dead Leaves Crumble

  1. Hear Feel:

    In the 30 minutes of Dead Leaves Crumble, Hakobune actually takes us through a surprising rollercoaster of emotion, if you’re willing to put in the effort.

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  2. Music Won’t Save You:

    Quasi a voler catturare l’incorporeo volteggiare evocato dal titolo, Yorifuji orchestra toni ed esili riverberi in forma di tenui soffi ambientali le cui frequenze estremamente basse inducono una trance ipnotica ma tutt’altro che statica.

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