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Tokyo Rails

by Zencha

Relaxing, thoughtful, and introspective. This mesmerizing blend of chill-out, hip-hop, and ambient will take you along a hypnotic journey of sound, texture, and feeling. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the flow.
Genre: Electronic: Chill out
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1. Circumstance
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2. Coral Reef
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3. Tokyo Rails
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Album Notes
Tokyo Rails is the first EP of mine to be officially released.

While normally an EDM producer (electronic dance music), I take an unexpected trip down a different sound and feeling with this EP -- a combination of chill-out, ambient, and even hip-hop that is sure to make you relaxed and introspective.

Life is inherently bittersweet -- with it comes the inevitable end. I find this dichotomy, this hopeful melancholy, permeates throughout most things in life. As a result, I have to tried to implant this feeling into my music. I want you to feel that even though everything comes to an end, we should smile in the meantime. Enjoy the bittersweetness.

What some friends have to say:

"This first track makes me think of that Samurai anime with the hip hop soundtrack, Samurai Champloo. I really like it. The EP title is great, too... the second one almost sounds like video game music, very future-y. Like walking through some cyber-punk city in the evening. Awesome job, man. I'm gonna listen to it again soon." - Sam Bilheimer

"Tokyo Rails sounds like a donkey kong level, which is a compliment in my book" - Paul Murray

"Thank you dude! one of the best EPs i've listened to in a long while" - Andrew Robeson


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