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Thursday, 18 February 2021

Fushitsusha 不失者 "Mabushii Itazura Na Inori まぶしい いたずらな祈り"2012 Japan Psychedelic Rock, Noise Rock, Experimental Rock, Avantgarde

 

Fushitsusha 不失者 "Mabushii Itazura Na Inori まぶしい いたずらな祈り"2012 Japan Psychedelic Rock, Noise Rock, Experimental Rock, Avantgarde

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Another new album by Keiji Haino's Fushitsusha is on the way for 18 September, via Heartfast records. The album is titled Mabushii Itazura Na Inori, and is the second this year, following Hikari To Nazukeyo (Let's Name It Light) earlier this year (also on Heartfast), which featured a trio of Haino with early Fushitsusha drummer Ikuro Takahashi and Altered States bass player Mitsuru Nasuno.

Haino essentially mothballed Fushitsusha over ten years ago, but has resurrected the project recently, and has played a number of shows, including the Freedommune festival in Japan, which was streamed live online. Fushitsusha are also playing a date in London, Krakow's Unsound festival, and Tusk in Newcastle....~


Speak Japanese or fuck you motherfucker! Mabushii Itazura Na Inori is a perfect theme, perfect in the Haino universe, since it allows our favorite japanoise hero to expand at ease giving what he does best to use his voice as an instrument and use his guitar as if it were his own voice, Mabushii Itazura Na Inori is called the first piece and this is also the name of the album, second album (Hikari To Nazukeyo, which we talk about here) by the Fushitsusha This year, a matter that becomes very strange and mysterious since before this year the appearances of the Fushitsusha albums were quite sporadic, which is not a complaint, on the contrary, it is applause, since material from the good Keiji Haino and company will always be welcome, starting with this first song, so atmospheric and dark, with a Haino hooting throughout the song like a banshee, crawling bass by Mitsuru Nasuno (not to be confused with my Tsuru from the Nissan!) like those prescribed by Hiro Yamamoto, original bassist of the Soundgarden, dirty bass, that creeps and that gives the piece a shocking animal quality, a drums that advance at a slow pace, high, abusing the cymbals and escaping from the routine of anchoring the rhythms, and as the middle line Haino's guitar, and as if that were not enough, Haino once again double- tracked the voice - ghostly, high and low like the song of a Tibetan monk - to achieve a fascinating effect.

Tokisumasarerunoha… is a fascinating bizarre funk , which seems to come from Arto Lindsay's mind, if Arto were more fascinated by Japan than by Brazil, Haino exchanges languid vocals that repeat the title of the piece with sharp guitar strums and sharp lines of this , with timid drums and a bass that unleashes insane lines that are crossed by the melodies of Haino's guitar, here everything is chaos, as in a Buñuel movie, as a Burroughs book or as a blues by Captain Beefheart, or it could to be the most rabid Derek Bailey in a jam with my admired Shaggs, which in theory sounds delicious.

Sashidasaretamama is even crazier than the previous one, it seems that the bass guitar and drums completely refuse to agree and share space, brilliantly Haino and company assemble almost separately each of the incursions of their instruments, while Haino unloads his litanies, in something that is a beautiful musical construction brilliantly carried out by Haino and his colleagues.

Kokonoarika is a beautiful track in which the resonance on Haino's guitar leaves a trail of beautiful vibrations, the bass takes on a more natural instance (natural by Fushitsusha standards, of course), and the drums by Ikuro Takahashi are he integrates in this piece in a singular way, translating into a quite harmonious integration (harmonious under the standards of the Fushitsusha, of course), in something that results in a soft jazz of a bizarre universe.

In Imikuzushi the bass becomes the main element, Mitsuru allows his notes to resonate as Haino allows his guitar, for a few seconds, Mitsuru transports us to the world of the Sunn O))), although the drone veil is dissolves very soon here, while Bokuninatteiru turns out to be a sweet head-and-toe surf melody, probably the kind of song one would listen to while watching the waves come and go on some beach in Shiraham, that, of course, if there is no Tsunami in sight.

An intense album, but with a different intensity, an intensity that is not necessarily based on the volume or the speed of the pieces, but on the passion that Haino and company know how to impress on their pieces and that overflow in their executions. this prolific year on the schedule for this legendary band!....~


Fushitsusha

Keiji Haino: guitar, vocal
Mitsuru Nasuno: bass
Ikuro Takahashi: drums


Tracklist

Mabushii Itazura na Inori (5:23)
Togisumasareru no wa... (11:04)
Sashidasaretamama (7:11)
Koko no Arika (15:08)
Imikuzushi (8:50)
Boku ni Natteiru (7:32)

Tracklist

1 まぶしい いたずらな祈り 5:23
2 とぎすまされるのは・・・ 11:04
3 さしだされたまま 7:12
4 ここのありか 15:08
5 いみくずし 8:51
6 ぼくになっている 7:32



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