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Descent' nails it. This is a song about sinking into the depths. Big bass pads feel like ancient homing beacons in the distance, and I can see the darkness giving way to light as the meandering, bent up melody explores deeper and deeper into the abyss. The tune just keeps drifting, until there's nothing left at the end

On “Son,” he puts all his considerable talents on display, building from a warped bass-bend groove to an explosion of sparkling arpeggiated synth and back again with a cinematic command of tension and emotion.

Kodomo’s “Divider EP” offers a truly immersive experience, one that sculpts surreal worlds that teem with life. Right at the center of everything beats drive the songs forward

an ebullient synth-driven track that, like the best narrative, lands in an unexpected place.

a chilly and uneasily-pulsating cloud of electric ambient fog

Having given it a fair few listens now, I’m convinced this is Kodomo’s best work since 2008’s Still Life.

/ Interviews

Ravelin Magazine

An in-depth interview with Ravelin Magazine

Euphonics

An Interview I did with Euphonics

Artist Direct

An interview I did with Artistdirect talking about the latest Endless Waves EP plus a few music heroes

Interview with Impose Magazine

An interview with Impose Magazine about inspiration and growing up in Japan

Big Up Magazine

An interview with Big Up Magazine

Seeds Of Music

An interview with the online music marketing and development company Seeds of Music.

Panachic

An interview with Buenos Aires based magazine Panachic

Neufutur

An interview with the magazine Neufutur

Death + Taxes Magazine

Chris Child speaks with Death + Taxes on his second Kodomo album “Frozen Motion”

The Hidden People

An interview in “The Hidden People” online magazine from my show in Barcelona.

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/ 09.20.2017
Divider - Remixes EP