Japanese Artists at Hanoi Sound Stuff Festival

Posted on Wednesday 27 Mar - 2013

Hanoi Sound Stuff Festival 2013 will welcome a lot of well-known international and local artists. And from Japan, there are two outstanding electronic musicians who will play the first day on 12th April.

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DAITO MANABE (Japan)

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Daito Manabe

Daito Manabe was born in 1976, and had an academic background in Mathematics, Technology, Sensory Programming. He graduated from Tokyo University of Science and International Academy of Media Arts and Sciences (IAMAS) in Japan and currently is described as an “artist, programmer, designer, DJ, VJ, composer”.

His “specialty” is the face performance “Face visualizer, instrument and copy” which has help brought him to about 30 music/art/film festivals, such as the Sonar Festival (Barcelona) and Transmediale (Berlin). He has won the Japan Media Arts Festival Excellence Prize twice, and no doubt is one of the most famous artists in his field worldwide.

Coming to Vietnam, Daito Manabe will make sure to bring an exciting act to the audience.

Visit Daito Manabe’s website here.

Watch Daito Manabe’s Perfomance at Transmediale 11 – Berlin 2011

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AMETSUB (Japan)

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Ametsub is based in Tokyo. He has played in various prestigious music festivals such as SonarSound Tokyo, SummerSonic Festival, NagisaMusic Festival, Unit-CountDown Night, TaicoClub Festival Show, DeLaFantasia Festival and Ruxpin(n5MD) in Reykjavik, ICELAND.

His music often evokes the feelings of drifting melodies that seems to remind an endless trip in the strong sound-scape like a drawn spectacular nature, the solemn horizon, the silence of the evening, fluttering reminiscence in the old tape, magnificence red landscape like an album artwork.

Visit Ametsub’s Facebook Page and listen to him on Soundcloud.

Watch Ametsub’s video “All is Silence” (Album Sampler)

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