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|Birth name||Koichi Yamanoha|
|Born||Tokyo, Japan |
Yamanoha is originally from Tokyo, Japan and formerly performing as frontman of psychedelic-punk group, Screaming Tea Party since 2006 in London.The band has released 2 EPs through Stolen Recordings in United Kingdom, and disbanded in October 2010. Yamanoha's first solo performance was at the underground music event, Krautorock Karaoke at Cafe Oto in 2013.
His debut Grimm Grimm single, Kazega Fuitara Sayonara / Tell the Truth, was released in late 2014 via Kevin Shields (of My Bloody Valentine)and Charlotte Marionneau (aka Le Volume Courbe)’s Pickpocket Records label in collaboration with Honest Jon's.  Followed by his debut album, Hazy Eyes Maybe, was released on ATP Recordings in 2015 and a track “Last Word Is Mine” from the album was used over the end credits for the Aaron Brookner / Jim Jarmusch directed and produced documentary film Uncle Howard (2016) featuring William S. Burroughs.  The sophomore album, Cliffhanger, was released by Some Other Planet in partnership with Kartel Music Group in June 2018.
Folk Radio UK described Grimm Grimm's music as "Otherworldly forays into baroque folk, futurist lyricism and electroacoustic oddities" The Mosts Radicalist described his 2018 album, Cliffhanger, as "Gently phased guitar strums ripple beneath an exotic acoustic lead line as Yamanoha’s breathless vocals bear a striking resemblance to Elliott Smith’s beautifully melancholy tones." Clash also gave his album "Hazy Eyes Maybe" an 8/10 describing it as "On the surface, 'Hazy Eyes Maybe' might seem a simple, acoustic album, but scrape beneath the surface and there lies intricately crafted layers of mournful, morphing, melancholic hooks".
- Hazy Eyes Maybe (ATP Recordings, 2015)
- Cliffhanger (Some Other Planet, 2012)
- "Kazega Fuitara Sayonara / Tell The Truth" 7" Vinyl (Pickpocket Records, 2014)
- "Hazy Eyes Maybe / Knowing" 7" Vinyl (ATP Recordings / P-Vine, 2015)
- "Take Me Down To Coney Island / Ballad of Cell Membrane" DL (Some Other Planet / Hostess Entertainment, 2018)
- w/Tapers, CD (So I Buried, 2014)
- "Kazega Fuitara Sayonara Remixes: Remixed by Klein / Killer-Bong" 7" Vinyl (birdFriend, 2019)
- "Rough Trade Counter Culture 15" CD (Rough Trade, 2015)
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- "Grimm Grimm Kazega Fuitara Sayonara Klein Remix". The Most Radicalist. Retrieved 12 June 2018.
- "Video Premier: Grimm Grimm – Ballad Of Cell Membrane". Folk Radio=. Retrieved 20 April 2018.
- "Watch: Grimm Grimm Remixed By Klein". The Quietus=. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
- Declan Roberts=The London Economic. "Grimm Grimm – Hazy Eyes Maybe=2018-07-02". Retrieved 20 August 2014.
- Theo Darton-Moore=The Quietus. "Grimm Grimm Hazy Eyes Maybe". Retrieved 20 April 2018.
- "The Review of Golden Blue EP by Screaming Tea Party". The Real State=. Retrieved 10 April 2012.
- "Hazy Eyes Maybe – album review". Louder Than War=. Retrieved 4 July 2015.
- "My Bloody Valentine's Kevin Shields launches record label, readies new material/". Fact=. Retrieved 4 November 2011.
- "The new video from Grimm Grimm is beautiful; an almost ecstatic truth "". Vice. Retrieved 16 June 2015.
- Holly Mullineaux=The Most Radicalist. "Grimm Grimm Ballad of Cell Membrane=2018-04-20". Retrieved 20 August 2014.
- Megan White=Clash. "Sparse, infectious dream-folk opus=2018-04-20". Retrieved 20 August 2014.