Mayu Amano’s weekly show on Tokyo’s Tsubaki FM is something we hardly ever miss! And we love her B2B sets with NTS resident DJ, Nabihah Iqbal! Amano’s newest 60 minute mix delivers a seamless soundscape experience, journeying through a sound field of vintage synths, woodwinds and percussion throughout. It’s as if the music just floats in the air around you. Feel free to immerse yourself in it!
In February, we will have mixes from Ekel of Moonship Music (Jakarta), Microtone (USA), YeongAra (Singapore) and Ican Harem (Bali).
Mayu Amano Bio
Tokyo-based fledgling DJ, Mayu Amano seeks to create ambient and hypnotic spaces through soundscapes. Her musical interests are deeply rooted in her continuous desire to discover new cultures, movements and ideas. As well as playing at some of Tokyo’s hidden nightlife gems, she also hosts radio shows on Tokyo-based radio station, TSUBAKI FM, and has provided mixes for NTS Radio and Worldwide FM Tokyo. In 2019, she started curating “Glowing Waves,” an immersive music/art event with an underwater theme.
Tôn-Thất An – End Titles (rough mix)
Jatinder Singh Durhailay & David Edren – Pu-Ehr
Giovanni Di Domenico – Parts I & II
Slop Shop – The Overview Effect
Masayoshi Fujita & Jan Jelinek – Botuto
Mikkel Metal – Patience
Andrea Parker – Nearly There
Sugai Ken – Wochikaeri to Uzume (をちかえりと渦女)
Richard Horowitz – Beijing Traffic
Terry Riley – Performance Two
Mohammad Reza Mortazavi – Birth of a Whale
Jon Hassell – Abu Gil (Live)
Riccardo Sinigaglia – Sezioni
László Hortobágyi – Kiráņá Báj-Ki Baroque
Present – Quatre-vingt Douze
Steve Reich – City Life (DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid Open Circuit Remix)
Ryuichi Sakamoto – Grief (Amon Tobin remix)
Kuniyuki Takahashi – Zero to One
Founded in Bandung, Indonesia in early 2017, 100.000 is an independent record label that currently has offices in Jakarta and Baltimore, USA. Aside from releasing cassettes, shirts and prints, 100.000 also hosts a weekly mix series featuring amazing artists, musicians, and other creative people.
James & Dindie