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by Sugimoto Tomoyuki

techno pop
Genre: Electronic: Techno
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SUGIMOTO Tomoyuki ---

SUGIMOTO Tomoyuki began to compose for himself as a junior high school student. As soon as entering a college, he introduced a computer and other electronic equipments to make music. From 2001 to 02, he won 3 prizes on music contests. In 2004, "Point Card", his work for the Cornelius Remix Contest, was released as one of the tracks in "nova musicha n.8 / CORNELIUS". He began his podcast program "Modulation" in 2004, which got very popular among a lot of listeners all over the world. In February 2007, "IPO" was released.


IPO (Initial Public Ongaku*) ---

SUGIMOTO Tomoyuki is a talented musician from Japan, whose podcast program "Modulation" has attracted a lot of listeners
all over the world since its starting in 2004.
And in the first quarter of 2007, his new album "IPO" is finally going to be released, in response to many requests for his works released.
It includes 4 tunes from the "Modulation" podcast in 2005,
which were all brushed up.
Only 4 tunes? --- but this will be the only first step of his following attempts.
Keep your eyes (and ears!) on him!

(*Ongaku, a Japanese word, means music.)


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