Portland, OR’s space rock and roll quartet Yume Bitsu includes guitarist/vocalist Adam Forkner, guitarist Franz Prichard, keyboardist Alex Bundy, and drummer Jason Anderson, who also helms the indie rock-band Wolf Colonel. The music group — whose name means “wish beats” in Japanese — mixes deep, droning compositions using the unusual psych pop melody or two on produces like their self-titled debut and Large Surface area Music Falling to Globe Like Jewels In the Sky, that have been both released by Ba Da Bing! Information. 2000 saw the discharge of Auspicious Winds, which identifies the Japanese Great Tea wedding ceremony, on K Information. Giant Surface area Music Falling to Globe Like Jewels In the Sky implemented in springtime 2001, and Golden Vessyl of Audio in springtime 2002.