MIMIKOTO – Silhouette. Performed live by Ü (tenor sax, efx) and Fabio Kumori (analog rhythm machine, looper, efx) on September 10, 2017 at plage de la Salis in Antibes, France. Video: Arun Herzog.
While I mainly play the upright bass accoustically, it is an important field for me to create electronic sounds with analog synthesizers. Sometimes, the sound of the accoustic bass stays alone, or it comes together with other instruments played live, like drums, guitar, sax or … Continue readingFabio Kumori
1st release in May 2018 // art print cover released in May 2019 order MIMIKOTO – unexistent LP online: artmusic.shop listen to MIMIKOTO – unexistent LP online: Fabio Kumori: double bass, rhythm machine, synth, efx Ü: tenor sax, efx SIDE A Summer in Antibes – … Continue readingMIMIKOTO – unexistent LP
MIMIKOTO – Mizucha in the Waves. Inspired by the rhythm of the waves and the sound of sun. Music composed and recorded by the MIMIKOTO project. Video recorded and edited by Arun Herzog.
For „Paradis“, the last track on Mimikoto’s debut album ( MIMIKOTO – unexistent ), the natural sound of the sea waves was recorded end of October 2017 at the coast of a small village in Spain. The name of this village is „Paradis“, and gave … Continue readingMimikoto – unexistent in Paradis
Enjoy to Mimikoto’s music online: mimikoto.bandcamp.com During the gig at the Mizucha Cocktailparty 2018, Mimikoto played as trio, with tenor sax, accoustic double bass and drums. Some pieces were performed completely accoustic, and for some pieces, especially during the improvisations, the tenor sax was played … Continue readingMimikoto – live at Mizucha Cocktailparty – 14 July 2018
Closing my eyes lets me feel free. Playing a good improvisation means to feel free and let it happen that the right sound comes out of my sax at the right moment. If I play for people, I close my eyes and get in a … Continue readingMonsieur Ü
Thank you to Arun Herzog and Marimo for this inspiring video with music from Mimikoto! The music is arranged with bongo drums playing at 126 Bpm and conga drums playing at 84 Bpm. The different tempi of bongo and conga open up an inspiring field … Continue readingMizucha in the Waves (riverine version)
Fabio Kumori composed and recorded the music for this video with accoustic double bass and analog synthesizer. The accoustic bass was played with the bow and a loop of around one minute was recorded. Afterwards the loop was overdubbed several times, so that a kind … Continue readingKirishima – Garden in the Clouds