Nobunaga Ken, TOMO, Cal Lyall
Дискография Tetragrammaton (2):
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|1||Elegy For Native Tongues 8||audio||iTunes||2008-12-04||Subvalent|
|2||Point Of Convergence 6||audio||iTunes||2010-11-27||Utech Records|
Japanese free psych/drone unit Tetragrammaton is one part 70s free improv (from the school of Kaoru Abe and Masayuki Takayanagi) and one part new millennium blissed-out drone/noise (a la Hototogisu and Vibracathedral Orchestra). With a mix of hurdy-gurdy, soprano saxophone, drums, percussion and (tabletop) guitar, the instrumentation might be well-suited to the folk-music of Eastern Europe, but falls more decisively into the camp of Fushitsusha or Borbetomagus. The band has supported [a=Keiji Haino] on many occasions, and frequent guest spots have included [a=Chie Mukai], [a=Hiroshi Hasegawa], [a=Mitsuru Tabata] ([a=Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso UFO], [a=Zeni Geva]), [a=Damo Suzuki] (ex. Can) and improvising cellist Yasumune Morishige. The three members, TOMO, Cal Lyall, and Nobunaga Ken are also involved in a number of other projects, ranging from harsh noise to world folk music to electronica.