Japanese Producer Hiroto Kudo needs to quit his dayjob
Roughly eight hours ago, Tokyo based producer ambiguously released a new song entitled Voyager into the cavernous abyss of the internet. For shits and giggles, we’ll call this a teasing cross between blip hop and minimal electronic porn. The precise and pinpointed use of a supercomputer from the 80’s melodically malfunctioning sounds futuristic to us westerners, but almost sentimentally nostalgic to the technologically driven utopia of modern Japan. Meticulously mathematic drum patterns, painstakingly algorithmic use of white noise, blips, bloops, blops, and bings all carefully blended into a beautifully modern texture, and of course the retro vocal sample to contrast the computative components.