Ken Sumitani has also started his own audio cable business.
Born in Japan but based in Berlin, Stereociti (real name Ken Sumitani) has made Mojuba the primary outlet for his productions. Lost Land is his second LP, and it comes more than four years after Mojuba issued Kawasaki, the first full-length for both artist and label. We can expect more deep, dubby house and techno on this one, which spreads ten tracks across a triple-vinyl pack. Mojuba playfully describes the album as "Japanese deepcore," and for now it looks like it'll drop in December. In the meantime, Sumitami is back in Japan for a tour that includes a handful of headlining gigs in support of the album—check out his itinerary below.
Sumitani has also been busy with his new hand-made audio cable business, Sumitani Densen, which focuses on "quality audio cables to improve your studio wiring with affordable prices." Learn more about the new company on its Facebook page.
A1 Rouse Out
A2 Initial Assumption
B2 Interstellar Substance
D Lost Land
E1 Revision III
F Moon Skin
Mojuba will release Lost Land in December 2016.