Tetsu Inoue

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Tetsu Inoue is a producer of electronic music. His style could be described as ambient with a heavy minimalist influence. He has lived in Japan, San Francisco, and New York, and has collaborated with musicians such as Pete Namlook, Bill Laswell, Andrew Deutsch, Jonah Sharp, Taylor Deupree, and Uwe Schmidt.[1]

His debut solo album, Ambiant Otaku, is regarded by some[2] as a classic of minimalist ambient techno. The album was initially released in a limited edition of 1,000 copies on Pete Namlook's Fax label.

Selected discography[edit]

Albums and collaborations[edit]

  • Shades Of Orion (with Pete Namlook) (1993, reissued 2000)
  • 2350 Broadway (with Pete Namlook) (1993, reissued 1996)
  • DATacide (with Uwe Schmidt as DATacide) (1993)
  • Ambiant Otaku (1994, reissued 2000)
  • Zenith (as Zenith) (1994)
  • Electro Harmonix (with Jonah Sharp) (1994)
  • Cymatic Scan (with Bill Laswell) (1995)
  • Flowerhead (with Uwe Schmidt as DATacide) (1995)
  • Mu (with Uwe Schmidt as Masters Of Psychedelic Ambiance) (1995)
  • Organic Cloud (1995, reissued 2003)
  • Slow And Low (1995)
  • Second Nature (with Uwe Schmidt and Bill Laswell) (1995)
  • World Receiver (1996, reissued 2006)
  • Waterloo Terminal (1998)
  • Psycho-Acoustic (1998)
  • Active/Freeze (with Taylor Deupree) (2000)
  • Audio (with Charles Uzzell-Edwards and Daimon Beail) (2000)
  • Fragment Dots (2000)
  • Field Tracker (with Andrew Deutsch) (2001)
  • Pict. Soul (with Carl Stone) (2001)
  • Yolo (2005)
  • Inland (May 2007)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sean Cooper. "Tetsu Inoue". All Music. Retrieved February 18, 2014. 
  2. ^ Dietrich, Turk "Primer: Belong On ... Essential Electronic Records From The '90s (That Weren't Released On Warp)", "Self-Titled Daily", March 25, 2011, accessed September 8, 2011.

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