A project of Japan DJ and manufacturer Yoshiwa “Unless” Maeda, Dol Lop crafted a computer-age mixture of hip-hop, dub, techno, jazz, Eastern classical music and ambient breakbeat. Since launching an individual and Compact disc, “Cryptic Sound”, beneath the Dol Lop name, in 1997, nevertheless, Maeda has concentrated his interest on other tasks including producing many paths for Japanese art-pop vocalist non-a Reeves. Delivered in rural Japan in 1975, Maeda released his music profession after relocating to Tokyo to review in 1996. Starting an archive label, Metro Juice, with fellow DJ and manufacturer, Tomoki “W-Moon” Tsukamoto, they developed a potent group. With Tsukamoto providing minimal techno accompaniment, Maeda exposed a mastery of ambient breakbeat. Leading to an international feeling as DJ in the starting party for a skill show in the Irish Museum of Contemporary Artwork in London, Maeda continuing to refine his art after time for Tokyo.