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From the tender-hearted Jinzou Maria to the rumbling and raucous Yurei Zanmai, the songs of Hagata bear an eerie yet somehow familiar sensation. Japanese pop tones, Serge Gainsbourg grandeur, folk whisper, and Brazilian surf rock all mix into the psychedelic stew. Blending past and present, from Canada to Japan, multiple lives lived at once, each track carries a sense of change, impact, of having been marked in an intimate way. And yet the force behind that marking is always just out of grasp, a wisp, a ghost, an energy, a spirit that compels you to keep reaching.

From the tender-hearted Jinzou Maria to the rumbling and raucous Yurei Zanmai, the songs of Hagata bear an eerie yet somehow familiar sensation. Japanese pop tones, Serge Gainsbourg grandeur, folk whisper, and Brazilian surf rock all mix into the psychedelic stew. Blending past and present, from Canada to Japan, multiple lives lived at once, each track carries a sense of change, impact, of having been marked in an intimate way. And yet the force behind that marking is always just out of grasp, a wisp, a ghost, an energy, a spirit that compels you to keep reaching.

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Hagata [Seafoam Blue LP]
Artist: TEKE::TEKE
Format: Vinyl
New: Available--will ship direct from our distributor $29.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Garakuta
2. Gotoku Lemon
3. Hoppe
4. Onaji Heya
5. Me No Haya
6. Doppelganger
7. Setagaya Koya
8. Kakijyu
9. Yurei Zanmai
10. Jinzou Maria

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From the tender-hearted Jinzou Maria to the rumbling and raucous Yurei Zanmai, the songs of Hagata bear an eerie yet somehow familiar sensation. Japanese pop tones, Serge Gainsbourg grandeur, folk whisper, and Brazilian surf rock all mix into the psychedelic stew. Blending past and present, from Canada to Japan, multiple lives lived at once, each track carries a sense of change, impact, of having been marked in an intimate way. And yet the force behind that marking is always just out of grasp, a wisp, a ghost, an energy, a spirit that compels you to keep reaching.

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