He'll play alongside Tokyo's DJ Fulltono at eight gigs in the states this month.
Yokohama-based artist Takahide Higuchi is a prolific experimental producer whose music draws inspiration from Chicago juke and footwork. He works closely with Osaka's DJ Fulltono, who runs Booty Tune Records, the country's main outlet for footwork music and the bass music strains that have grown out of it.
Foodman and Fulltono will tour together starting this Saturday in Portland, where they'll play alongside recent RVNG signees Visible Cloaks. Next up is Seattle's Timbre Room, followed by Los Angeles for Low End Theory on the 7th and Chicago's Empty Bottle on the 8th. Then it's New York City, where they'll be joined by Motion Graphics, whose debut album from this summer was heavily inspired by Japanese electronic music. The tour will close with stops in Boston, Providence and one last gig in Los Angeles.
RA editor Ryan Keeling explored Foodman's catalogue in a feature article earlier this year. Read that here.
Listen to a brief mix of original material from DJ Fulltono.
Dec 03 食品まつり a.k.a Foodman + Fulltono, Vi.., TBA - Oregon, Oregon Dec 04 Foodman and Fulltono, Timbre Room, Seattle Dec 07 Foodman and Fulltono at Low E.., The Airliner, Los Angeles Dec 08 Foodman and Fulltono, Empty Bottle, Chicago Dec 09 Foodman, DJ Fulltono, Motion Graphi.., Sunnyvale, New York Dec 11 Foodman and Fulltono.., TBA - Massachusetts, Massachusetts Dec 12 Foodman, DJ Fullton.., Machines With Magnets, Rhode Island Dec 13 Foodman and Fulltono, Tokyo Beat, Los Angeles