LP: 350gsm Sleeve, Sticker
A1. Shishi Odishi
A2. African Buddhist Temple
A3. Beatific Sea
A4. Peninsula Information Center
B2. The Universe Above The Garden
B3. Freakout Ondo
B4. Deep Inside Of The Naiku (Jo-Ha-Kyu)
WRWTFWW Records is so happy to announce Poly-Time Soundscapes / Forest Of The Shrine, a brand new release by Japanese producer Taro Nohara (Yakenohara). 8 tracks of pure environmental ambient bliss available on LP housed in a heavy 350gsm sleeve with an artwork from the artist himself.
Based in Tokyo, Taro Nohara is a producer, beatmaker, DJ, and music activist who made a mark with his electronic / ambient unit Unknown Me ( (of Not Not Fun Records fame). His new solo project, Poly-Time Soundscapes / Forest Of The Shrine, is a unique and modern take on Japanese environmental music, a free floating re-interpretation of the sub-genre made famous by Midori Takada, Hiroshi Yoshimura, or Satoshi Ashikawa (and more!) fused with subtle nuances of various origins: downtempo, hip hop, sound design, chill-out, experimental.
Conceived as a two-part adventure of contemplative peace, Taro Nohara’s organic soundscape takes you on a mind-soothing walk through time (or memories) and the beautiful mysteries of luscious forests – don’t resist, let yourself go, explore!
Points of interests
– For fans of environmental, chill-out, ambient, furniture music but also music for empty spaces, Satoshi Ashikawa, Midori Takada, Hiroshi Yoshimura, forests, parallel universes, and records made of vinyl.
– Brand new solo album by Taro Nohara aka Yakenohara, Tokyo based producer, beatmaker, DJ, and music activist from electronic / ambient unit Unknown Me ( (of Not Not Fun Records fame).