The label that reissued Mariah and Midori Takada is back with a new 12-inch from the Japanese experimental producer.
Nagoya-based artist Takahide Higuchi will release some of his most "direct, accessible work" to date, the label says, with an emphasis on "deep, tactile rhythmic and offbeat tracks." It's the second release of the year for Palto Flats, the New York label that's perhaps best known for reissuing rare Japanese albums from the '80s—Mariah's Utakata No Hibi, Midori Takada's Through The Looking Glass and Yasuaki Shimizu's Kakashi among them.
The prolific producer, known for a wide stylistic range of experimental dance music, also released another album this year: Aru Otoko No Densetsu, for Sun Araw's Sun Ark label. Then came the footwork-inspired Pokopoko EP for Plastic Bags.
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Palto Flats will release Moriyama on November 16th, 2018.