This dude sent stuff to me via our Generation Bass soundcloud inbox and I’ve just stumbled across it now and I can’t stop playing it.
I’m sure it’s the same dude who made contact with me a few years back when I was doing my Shisha thang and he was at that time based in Japan or China I think. If it is you, let me know my dude.
This is just great stuff, just takes you away to somewhere else. Some tracks remind me of a great soundtrack I have of Greek composer Eleni Karaindrou. Some others remind me of Tom Waits doing crazy waltzy Balkan stuff and so it’s just my cuppa!
The Dolomites have been an ongoing project since 1998 that have belted out an amalgamation of styles extracted from around the globe: Europe, Japan, America, South America , etc. On this page are just a few of the most recent examples…
This track is a tribute to life and the victims of the Earthquake and Tsunami that hit the coast of Japan on 3/11/11. We extend our thoughts, prayers, chants and songs to you and those that were affected by the aftermath of this disaster.
Japan has always been a very special and dear place to us as we have family, band members and fans all over Japan including Sendai and the Fukushima area.
As the Dolomites have performed in many places in Japan, we have always been treated with utmost hospitality and warmth. We extend our gratitude and blessings to you. This is our musical donation . We wish you and your loved ones well with high hopes and spirits…
A Tribute to Life: Human vs. Nature vs. Technology-
The intense, morbid and euphoric concept of Tsunami Kamikaze went through my mind for several moments while mixing this track on a sleepless night and morning after the Earthquake and Tsunamis.