This is saishigo’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Brooklyn, New York
  2. Electronic
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  1. Space 1.8
    by Nala Sinephro
  2. Once Twice Melody
    by Beach House
    Superstar Superstar
    I just love the idea behind the roll-out of the new Beach House record. By releasing it in four installments (essentially the four sides of a double album) we are encouraged to listen to ONCE TWICE MELODY as an album and not as a series of random, discontinuous tracks. Couldn't be more pleased or intrigued.
  3. Shade
    by Grouper
  4. Aisles
    by Angel Olsen
  5. Natsukashii (懐かしい)
    by Fuubutsushi
  6. I've Been Trying To Tell You
    by Saint Etienne
    Fonteyn Fonteyn
    Attended the preview screening of the Alasdair McLellan film at BFI Southbank in London with Alasdair, Bob and Sarah in attendance. Listening to the album this way (listening by watching) it seemed to me to be the best Saint Etienne record since SOUND OF WATER. Few standout tracks, which will disappoint some, but definitely pays dividends when listened to as a single continuous ebb/flow of music. Let’s see if it works as well without the visuals.
  7. Bird Ambience
    by Masayoshi Fujita
  8. A Viagem Das Horas
    by José Mauro
  9. Yamawarau (山笑う)
    by Fuubutsushi
  10. There Is A Sound
    by Andersens
  11. Exoplanet
    by Rob Frye
  12. Promises
    by Floating Points, Pharoah Sanders & The London Symphony Orchestra
  13. To See the Next Part of the Dream
    by Parannoul
  14. Six Songs for Invisible Gardens
    by Green-House
  15. Setsubun (節分)
    by Fuubutsushi
  16. LateNightTales: Khruangbin
    by Khruangbin
    Justine & The Victorian Punks - Still You Justine & The Victorian Punks - Still You
    I'm not completely convinced by the sequencing of tracks but this is hardly a deal breaker (especially considering that one can easily rearrange the selections to suit one's own preferences//taste). There are more than enough good tracks here to make the purchase worthwhile. The absolute standout for me is Justine and the Victorian Punk's "Still You," which also served as the inspiration for one of the most lovable tracks ("Connaissais de Face") from the band's last album.
  17. Cenizas
    by Nicolas Jaar
    Hello, Chain Hello, Chain
  18. Fuubutsushi (風物詩)
    by Fuubutsushi
  19. Philadelphia
    by Shabason, Krgovich & Harris
    Friday Afternoon Friday Afternoon
    Another reviewer compared this work to classic LPs by such acts as Blue Nile and Talk Talk. The comparison could not be more apt, but whereas it took years of fine-tuning and vibing for these bands to reach the heights of HATS or SPIRIT OF EDEN, Shabason Krgovich and Harris have achieved this via a long distance side project. The results are a damn near perfect LP that I have listened to too many times to count. Sublime.
  20. Christmas Time Is Here (N & S America Edition)
    by Khruangbin