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Yesterday and Tomorrow from Kyoto (MP3)

A lovely track by Nobuto Suda

The latest from Nobuto Suda still bears today’s datestamp, but he is based in Japan, where it is already well into tomorrow. Titled “Note of repose(sketch_13/06/25),” the track is a little over eight minutes of glistening stasis. There are a few notes consistently, if tentatively, eking out a semblance of a tune, but they are echoed and refracted with such attention to detail that they come to form more of a scrim than a melody, a kind of slow-motion shimmer.

Track originally posted for free download at Nobuto Suda is based in Kyoto, Japan. More from him at

By Marc Weidenbaum

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