New Soichi Terada album
‘Asakusa Light’ is due out soon via Rush Hour along with two club-focused collaborative versions with Masalo..
Asakusa Light comes this year via Rush Hour. A pair of collaborative, club-leaning remixes with Masalo are also set to drop following the album’s release.
Terada worked on the record for 18 months, aiming to recreate the “mental and physical processes” behind his dancefloor-focused 1990s-released works.
“I tried to recall my feelings 30 years ago, but when I tried it, I found it super difficult,” says Terada in a statement. “I didn’t even know what I thought about myself five years ago, and the mental metabolic cycle seems to be faster than I thought. I tried different methods, including digging up my old MIDI data and composing by remembering old experiences. With the help of Rush Hour, I found some of the light from my heart that I had 30 years ago. I nicknamed the light I found in my heart, Asakusa Light.”