We have released two albums of a now internationally acclaimed
next-generation musician, world's end girlfriend, as the noble's
launching artist. With the unprecedented success of his two albums,
farewell kingdom and dream's end come true, he bridged genre gaps and
was widely praised by the fans of techno, abstract, post-rock, avant pop
and electronica. His musical career includes the performance in Sonar
2002, the biggest European festival of progressive music and multimedia
arts held in Barcelona, Spain, and the successful tour in Taipei, Hong
Kong and Macao in 2004.
He now returns with a band of freaky raw drums, horns, piano and a bass
guitar, and tens of layers of guitar noise while retaining his well
known style: excessive editing, collage and elegant strings arrangement.
In self-produced The Lie Lay Land, his first album in two years, he
created another grandeur fiction, 10 tracks, 80 minutes long.
Listening to The Lie Lay Land resembles watching the films, say, by Emir
Kusturica or Jan Svankmajer who portray a fleeting fantasy ludicrously
and poignantly at the same time, or the films of Lars von Trier and
Gaspar Noe who always sway our emotions with a relentless and extremely
demanding story progression. His music, like those films, shows us a
fictional world as a finished work.
The artwork on the cover of The Lie Lay Land, the illustration of a
well-known author of picture books, komako sakai, visually portrays
world's end girlfriend's vision of the world.