Global Underground: Satoshi Tomiie - Nu Breed 6 Box set
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Nu Breed's latest recruit, Satoshi Tomiie, is the New-York-based Japanese producer who many years ago put the emotive keyboards in classic tracks like "Tears" by Frankie Knuckles. More recently he put the "Love" in "Traffic" on his own debut LP Full Lick, an LP which was informed by the NY-house sound (Tomiie has been part of Def Mix for many years now), but which also heralded the darker, more twisted progressive sound that the DJ/producer has taken up over the last couple of years. Given his veteran status on the electronic music scene, Satoshi seems a strange choice to be fronting the latest instalment of GU's Nu Breed series, but the blurb justifies it in terms of his recent musical shift (hmmmmm). A quick scan through the labels--Saw, Bedrock, Twisted, Distinctive, Forensic--shows that this comp fits snugly into the darker side of the current prog scene, and sure enough Tomiie takes us into a menacing maze of twisted sounds right from the off, spiralling back and forth through textured tunnels of tribal rhythm from the likes of Stephane K ("Numb"), Little Green Men ("These Are The Beats"), Kosheen ("Hungry"), Graffik ("Lesser Man"), Echomen ("Substance"). It's nothing wildly different from many comps out there, but it does hit the spot.--Paul Sullivan
Top Customer Reviews
Throughout you won't need the skip button - even the few fillers on the slightly more up-tempo CD2 seem more designed to proceed to the next part of Satoshi's ideas rather than fill space. CD1's big hitters come from Bernard Leon Howard, Lexion Avenue and the ever-cool Kings of Tomorrow, which all compliment nicely the CD's flagpiece track: a solid remix of Kosheen's classic 'Hungry'. Over on CD2 the highlights come courtesy of Echomen, Fierce Ruling Diva and the soreen 'Chilling Moments' by Schmuel Flash, which would have made a teriffic closing track instead of Max Graham's average, whiney-vocalled offering which has little in common with the set as a whole.
If you liked Anthony Pappa's 'Resolution' then you'll like this.Read more ›
Job done. If your into the GU sound - buy it - its worth having.
Satoshi Tomiie will soon be up there in the top ten with Sasha, Tiesto and the rest of the guys.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was unfamiliar with Satoshi Tomiie with 'Love In Traffic' being the only song I had heard to do with him. I bought this CD to get the free delivery as it was only £5.97. Read morePublished on 19 Jun. 2004
Okay, I have to admit I'm leniant with this one because I'm terribly fond of Japanese music, but this is worth five stars of anyone's money. Read morePublished on 17 Dec. 2002 by Richard Dron
Satoshi Tomiie came in at #30 in DJ Magazines top 100 djs. He was the highest new entry. This guy is amazing, and this cd is for me the most sophisticated, cutting edge kind of... Read morePublished on 11 Nov. 2002
Since Nu Breed series represent the young, fresh and the very new direction of electronica style under the label of Global Underground, this very latest issue mixed by Satoshi... Read morePublished on 10 Sept. 2002 by Istvan Hideg