An experimental rock and roll musician from Tokyo, Hiiragi Fukuda has earned a global status for his eclectic body of function that encompasses indie rock and roll, pop, electronic devices, and abstract soundscapes. Fukuda 1st came to the interest of exciting music followers as an associate of the group Doronco Gumo, showing up on their record Old Punks, that was released being a limited-edition Compact disc in 2008 and reissued on LP in ’09 2009. Fukuda released his solo profession with a small number of 7″ singles and cassettes, and his six-song cassette record My Turntable Can be Sloow premiered by Sloow Tapes this year 2010, soon getting enthusiastic testimonials from writers in america, the uk, and European countries, and prompting a reissue on vinyl fabric. The entire year 2011 brought another EP, The Steady at Dawn, with Fukuda managing all the devices himself. After guesting like a guitarist on a set of EPs by Yuka Ijichi, Fukuda shipped a new recording in 2014, Seacide, using the musician conjuring gorgeous but forbidding noises on guitar, tone of voice, theremin, and an out-of-date electronic keyboard. Once more released in a little release by Sloow Tapes, the recording became among Fukuda’s first American produces when the indie label Problems in Mind Information presented a U.S. release in 2015.