Sunday, December 9, 2012

noriko tujiko

The first time I ever heard WHITE FILM was on Skins. Although, Noriko Turjiko's song came out in 2006.

Her music is equal in its eccentricity to such imagery, and is set apart by its gauche and awkward loveliness. Frequently compared to Kate Bush and Bj√∂rk, Noriko contorts computers, pianos and beats into strangely beautiful pop songs. Despite the musician’s apparent playfulness and superficial quirkiness, Noriko’s music is actually peculiarly melancholic with the singer’s sombre voice being processed over her distressed, distressing compositions.-All Music

She's been making experimental films.

She is a Japanese musician and songwriter. Much of her music consists of gradually-added layers of electronic beats, melodies, samples, and vocals. The lyrics are primarily in Japanese, with the occasional song in



Cafe Fashionista said...

She sounds like such an incredible talent. I have to check her out ASAP! :)

ellie said...

She's so talented!

Sara Gerard said...

So cool!

caitlin and megan said...

Really love her work.

lucy and sarah said...

Definitely, a very artistic artist!

MOSAMUSE said...

really nice feature!