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Casino Versus Japan - Go Hawaii download mp3 album
Album:
Go Hawaii
Style:
IDM
Released:
2016
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1998 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1558 mb
WMA vers. size:
1136 mb
Other formats
AIFF RA APE MP1 VOC TTA MOD
Rating:
4.4 ★
Votes:
984

Casino vs Japan ventures out from Wisconsin to GO HAWAII, and he packs a suitcase full of fun electronic music with him, whether the fuzzy "Theme" that fades out with the ghost of the traditional steel guitar or the mellow perks of "It's Very Sunny" and "Local Forecast. A touch of ice graces "Late For School," while the woozy "Metrobolt" swoons around like a drunkard until it engages into a odd dance with "Over Island. Erik Kowalski's second album as Casino Versus Japan is an ambient-techno postcard from the nation's sunniest state, though the only obvious references to Hawaii come with the faraway slack-key guitar on the opener "Theme" and the delightful vocal samples of a preschooler on "It's Very Sunny. Elsewhere, Go Hawaii is a superb album of chill-out techno-pop - heavy on the spacious synth, minor-key melodies, and crunchy percussion programs. Check "Local Forecast," "Late for School," and "Over Island" for some of the dreamiest techno.

Casino Versus Japan (sometimes Casino vs. Japan) is the recording name for Erik Kowalski (born May 5, 1973 in Manitowoc, Wisconsin), a United States-based musician who works in electronic music. Erik Kowalski started with recorded episodes of Miami Vice, sampling Jan Hammer's music, sampling and playing them over the backdrop of other musical genres. More samples were collected from a range of sources and mixed with other homemade recordings.

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Casino Versus Japan is the recording name for Erik Kowalski (born May 5, 1973), a United States-based electronic musician from Lexington, Kentucky by way of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who produces intelligent dance music (IDM for short) with baroque melodies and distorted trip-hop beats. As a young boy in Wisconsin he recorded episodes of television series Miami Vice, sampling Jan Hammer's music, later collecting them, and playing them over the backdrop of other musical genres.

Erik Kowalski's second album as Casino Versus Japan is an ambient-techno postcard from the nation's sunniest state, though the only obvious references to Hawaii come with the faraway slack-key guitar on the opener "Theme" and the delightful vocal samples of a preschooler on "It's Very Sunny.

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Tracklist

1 Theme 6:06
2 It's Very Sunny 4:45
3 Late For School 6:16
4 Local Forecast 6:02
5 Metrobolt 6:52
6 Dielectric Saints 7:07
7 We Are You 1:25
8 Over Island 5:53
9 The Larp 6:21
10 Medery 4:17
11 Warm Windows 4:51
12 Go Hawaii 6:49

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
wbl003 Casino Versus Japan Go Hawaii ‎(CD, Album) Wobblyhead wbl003 US 2000
wbl003 Casino Versus Japan Go Hawaii ‎(2xLP, Album, RE) Wobblyhead wbl003 US 2013
TOWERBLOCK 003 LP Casino Versus Japan Go Hawaii ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd) City Centre Offices TOWERBLOCK 003 LP Germany 2001
none Casino Versus Japan Go Hawaii ‎(12xFile, FLAC, Album) Not On Label (Casino Versus Japan Self-released) none US 2016