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, piano, guitar, sax … Continue readingFabio Kumori
Working on the chords of the second part of „Blackbird’s Philosophy“. While the first part is purely instrumental and quite abstract, the second part will be characterized by the beautiful voice of a fantastic lady with a truly soulful feeling 🖤 Both parts are going … Continue readingWorking on the chords of the second part of „Blackbird’s Philosophy“
Visiting vinyle record stores in Nice who sell our MIMIKOTO – unexistent LP. Taking this as an opportunity already to announce our next release comming out in 2021.
1st release in May 2018 // art print cover released in May 2019 // re-issue in February 2022 Most of the tracks on this album were recorded during session by Fabio Kumori (synth, double bass, drum machine, efx) and Ü (sax, looper, efx). re-issue 2022 … Continue readingthe MIMIKOTO project – 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
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 through efx like echos, reverbs and … 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 readingÜ