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Fiendsh returns to Cold Busted with Hayashi Reborn, the Bangkok-based producer's long-awaited follow-up to 2016's To The End. The title refers to the Hayashi, a group of instrumentalists in Japanese Noh theater. Noh often revolves around themes of life, so with this album the Fiendsh alter-ego takes on the role of the Hayashi of the young beat-producer's life. The album's sounds are introspective and rich, combining deep rhythms and warm melodies. Sometimes a hint of Fiendsh's Thai culture drops in, but mostly the influences are straight from the well of hip-hop, soul, and jazz classics.
Fiendsh returns to Cold Busted with Hayashi Reborn, the Bangkok-based producer's long-awaited follow-up to 2016's To The End. The title refers to the Hayashi, a group of instrumentalists in Japanese Noh theater. Noh often revolves around themes of life, so with this album the Fiendsh alter-ego takes on the role of the Hayashi of the young beat-producer's life. The album's sounds are introspective and rich, combining deep rhythms and warm melodies. Sometimes a hint of Fiendsh's Thai culture drops in, but mostly the influences are straight from the well of hip-hop, soul, and jazz classics.
636339644969

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Format: Vinyl
Label: COLD BUSTED
Rel. Date: 03/11/2022
UPC: 636339644969

Hayashi Reborn
Artist: Fiendsh
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $25.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Astronaut
2. Fall 7 Times, Get Up 8
3. Eye Pt. 1
4. Jun Satori Feat. Puddie
5. No Limitations
6. Champagne Promises
7. Why I Care Feat. GENTA
8. Lucid S Dreamin
9. #25
10. Life
11. Ashes
12. Pain

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Fiendsh returns to Cold Busted with Hayashi Reborn, the Bangkok-based producer's long-awaited follow-up to 2016's To The End. The title refers to the Hayashi, a group of instrumentalists in Japanese Noh theater. Noh often revolves around themes of life, so with this album the Fiendsh alter-ego takes on the role of the Hayashi of the young beat-producer's life. The album's sounds are introspective and rich, combining deep rhythms and warm melodies. Sometimes a hint of Fiendsh's Thai culture drops in, but mostly the influences are straight from the well of hip-hop, soul, and jazz classics.
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