Kawashima, Makoto: Homo Sacer

Kawashima, Makoto SKU: 38869747
Kawashima, Makoto: Homo Sacer

Kawashima, Makoto: Homo Sacer

Kawashima, Makoto SKU: 38869747

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Homo Sacer
Artist: Kawashima, Makoto
Label: Black Editions
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 881626541562
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. Makoto Kawashima was born in Saitama, a prefecture of the Greater Tokyo Area, in 1981. He picked up the alto saxophone in 2008, and started playing solo in 2010. He is the founder of the Homosacer (Sacredhuman) label. Homo Sacer was originally released in 2015. It was Kawashima's second solo release and his first full-length album. It was also the final release by P.S.F. Records. The album was recorded live during a heavy rainstorm at the gallery and café Yamanekoken in Iruma, Saitama. Facing up towards the ceiling, his sound arcing up to meet the raindrops beyond the roof. Kawashima played with a reed he had been given by the mother of the late Japanese saxophone giant Kaoru Abe. Housed in a heavy tip-on jacket featuring metallic printing and gloss film-laminate finish.

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