Japanese experimental

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    Some crazy shit

     
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    Not so much experimental as traditional, but I'll just put it here anyway since it doesn't make sense to have two threads for this sort of stuff

     
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    MoMan, are you into Tatsuya Yoshida at all? Very atonal, but he gets up to some really complex stuff.



     
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    Link to the Past was in '91 right when their jazz and classical genres were colliding. A few pieces really flew under the radar



     
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    yeah buddy
     
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    This starts as Jazz but ends up as ???




     
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    Video game music before there was such a thing

     
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    Reminds me heavily of Mega Man 7 soundtrack which is known for it's weird electronic jazzy sounding instruments

    OST done by Tatsuya Nishimura, Yuko Takehara, Krsk, V-Tomozoh, Kan, Apple Z, More Rich, Narinari, Ippo

    just skip around or ideally listen to the whole thing



    Here's a good piano cover of one of his other songs. There weren't dedicated video game composers it was always a hybrid of artists who started with classical/sheet music, moved to jazz maybe then got into electronic.

     

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