Bisk is Naohiro Fujikawa whose
Time (SubRosa, 1996) raised the ante of jungle by introducing
manically-crafted techniques of arrangement
(Drooping, for vibes, bass, trumpet).
His very ornate, baroque, kind of drum and bass triumphed on
Strange Or Funny-haha (SubRosa, 1997), whose
Rolling And Pitching and Chattering Jazz are artifices.
Ticklish Matters (SubRosa, 1998) is a completely different record again.
This time Fujikawa, who is credited with playing guitar, sampler and
synthesiser, takes a more melodic approach, where rhythm is a mere detail.
With the emphasis now on composition instead of arrangement, the results are
the piano-based sonata Smooth-skinned Woman and
programmatic camera pieces like Piano Music By Error System and
Whistle For Drumming that recall more John Cage than
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