Cornelius presents salyu x salyu
The experimental and exploratory music by Japan's Keigo Oyamada combines cheerfully dissonant and pleasant sounds, pure electronica, samples and magic. His most recent production of pop craftsmanship features the face and voice of Salyu, the angelic girl who charmed Quentin Tarantino in "Kill Bill" and whose "Suru Kizu Kaifuku" became one of the most memorable hits from the soundtrack. With a long career behind her, Salyu made Cornelius responsible for the production of "s(o)un(d) beams", in a meeting of minds that combines the best of both worlds. It is magic and imaginative J-pop, which includes Cornelius himself and Yumiko Ohno of Buffalo Daughter when performed live.