Nash & Artists
Released from constraints, the sound will become a brush and a chisel in itself, freely painting the heart.
Released from constraints, the sound will take form, gaining strength and depth, resonating with the life that has matured through its own time, and manifesting into "shape."
The sound, freed from constraints, then before dissipating into emptiness, focuses on an unknown "form" that could be a prayer or a scream, and I hear myself muttering "oh well, who knows what kind of fate or connection this is..."
And listen carefully.
Yoshinari Nashiki (Music Production Advisor)