Cinema Dub Monks
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CINEMA dub MONKS
\ "Atmospheric-cinematic sound collage music \"
CINEMA dub MONKS is the duo of Daih Soga (flute, harp, tape recorder, and more) and Gandhi Nishigaki (contrast), formed in Okinawa, Japan in 1999.
His conceptual interpretations are col audiovisual lages create "music with stories." The sound is improvisational flute, acoustic bass, melodica, cassette recorder and more - with field recordings of the places they have visited. The visual element includes projections of photos taken at these same sites. Live, this combination creates a cinematic experience audiovisual ográfica and spontaneous.
CINEMA dub MONKS have toured Europe five times with stops in Barcelona, Lisbon, Berlin and Paris. They have performed at major music festivals including Spoke (Barcelona) and places like La Paloma (Barcelona) and the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona.
Both his live acts like his to bumes study have been acclaimed internationally. Toshio Matsuura Future Organization deUnited CINEMA dub MONKS invited the International Artists Stage at the Fuji Rock Festival, the festival's biggest outdoor rock in Japan. Your session was greeted with a standing ovation and much enthusiasm from the audience.
In & aa cute; international scene, have received attention and support from various artists. Were nominated by \ "World Track of the Year \" by Gilles Peterson in 2003 - the first Japanese artists to receive this honor. Jamie Cullum have been appointed as their favorite Japanese artists. Manu Chao gave strong praise in a performance in Barcelona. The Berlin artist, Fl eckfumie also showed them great respect and was the first to describe the style of Dub Monks Cinema as \ "atmospheric, cinematic sound collage music."