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Marat Shibaev - Seeing Tokyo MP3 FLAC
Performer:
Marat Shibaev
Album:
Seeing Tokyo
Style:
Techno, Dub Techno
Released:
18 Dec 2013
Country:
Japan
Label:
Lantern
Catalog:
LANT014
FLAC size:
1156 mb
MP3 size:
2880 mb
WMA size:
2080 mb


Tracklist


1Sky Tree06:07
2Flowering07:12
3In The Early Morning07:18
4Motor05:45
5Sliding06:54
6Calmness06:45
7Hydraulic05:52
8Kalmar06:27
9Acceleration06:43
10N'ex 1706:07
11Dissonant06:46


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LANT014Marat Shibaev Seeing Tokyo ‎(11xFile, FLAC, Album)LanternLANT014Japan2013


Credits


  • Design [Artwork Design By]Tomoki Takeuchi
  • Mastered ByChihei Hatakeyama
  • Photography ByMarat Shibaev
  • Written-By, ProducerMarat Shibaev


Notes


Thanks:
Muso Matsui who made my trip possible
Nao Sugimoto who discovered my music
Tomoki Takeuchi who supported in this project
Chihei Hatakeyama for his mastering of my last albums
Special thanks to Yuka, Jun, Char, Taicho and Tanaka for warm meetings and positive emotions."


Video


  • Goodman
Marat Shibaev is the official name of the popular Russian techno artist Martin Schulte. He decided to go with his real name
for the first time as he felt this new album is something special in his career. Indeed “Seeing Tokyo” sounds very solid and
straight forward comparing to his previous albums which reflects his thoughts and affection towards the city Tokyo which he
visited for the first time in late 2012. Marat says “This is a musical album about my visit to Tokyo and I wanted to express this
amazing city from the foreigner’s perspective. How the city would sound like, if we were able to hear only the sounds of the
city - Huge and fast, crowded and energetic, subways and trains, technologies and innovations, corporations and business
centers, night life and the morning silence, parks and temples.. “.
As a home for his previous albums ”Depth Of Soul”, “Odysseia”, “Treaure” and “Slow Beauty”, we are very proud of this
monumental work and it’s a must for all the Martin Schulte fans and minimal techno heads.