Keita Sano is a prolific Japan producer whose songs range between sunny disco-house to noisy lo-fi techno, occasionally venturing into other designs such as for example glitch-hop and jungle. The Okayama-based designer first began producing jazz before switching to digital music, preferring to create tracks instead of DJ. Several EPs made an appearance online in 2012, and his self-titled debut recording premiered by Purely Groove Recordings in early 2013. His songs began striking turntables in 2014, with tough techno solitary “FOLKS ARE Changing” (on Mister Sunday Night) grabbing the interest of tastemakers like Citizen Consultant. In 2015, Canadian label 1080p released Keeping New Credit cards, a sprawling 70-minute cassette made up of a few of Sano’s most daring productions to day. 12″ singles and EPs held arriving on at least twelve other brands, including Holic Trax, Rett I Fletta (who also released Sano’s self-titled full-length), and Sheik ‘N’ Beik Information.