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Susumu Yokota (横田 進 Yokota Susumu, or ススム・ヨコタ Susumu Yokota; born 1960 or 1961 – 27 March 2015) was a Japanese composer. He released several albums under pseudonyms including Stevia, Ebi, and others.
Yokota was well known in the English-speaking independent music scene for his albums of experimental ambient music, including albums like Acid Mt. Fuji and Sakura. He also had a long career as a house music DJ and released several highly regarded albums of house music.
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