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Japanese guitarist Shigeo Tamaru releases four thrilling new singles
(Published: December 06, 2015)

Shigeo Tamaru is having a creative rainfall.

The guitarist for the Japanese group NaNa has just released four solo singles, each of them revealing a different aspect of his artistry. What threads them together is Tamaru's innovative vision, especially his fearless drive to connect his diverse influences in progressive rock, jazz fusion, and electronic music.

Produced by Tamaru himself, these four instrumentals push the boundaries of jazz; they are unique, mesmerizing, and unpredictable experiences.

The pulsating synthesizers of "Perhaps It's Better" could also function as a soundtrack for a science-fiction film. It has an icy ambience to it, not as cold as New Age but perhaps as mysterious. It is jazz fusion as its most atmospheric and mysterious. "On the Road" travels through similarly electronic terrain as Tamaru drops the breakbeats to thrilling effect. His scorching riffs on "On the Road" add layers of sonic heaviness, too, which pack a wallop.

The brittle guitars of "Orange Day" and the moody blend of jazz and rock on "Burning Man" further unveil Tamaru's sharp talents.

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