This digital liner notes written by Masato Samata (Delaware) who arranged "Maxs Kansas City" and designed the font "Monaco" with Hajime Tachibana. Hajime always vents his anger on Samata.
Monaco is not only a new album but also two fonts created by Hajime Tachibana, a Japanese musician and graphic designer. It is released using USB MEMORY instead of CD in 2013. Including twelve songs of all the dance music and two fonts called Monaco Family.
New York City, 1978. Glamoulas Studio54 was end. Opened a scene club circuit, Mudd club, Hurrah, Peppermint Lounge, Danceteria, Irving Plaza, Max's kansas city, etc ... Nobody knows why Plastics was there new wave scene naturally.
Don't miss "Plastics Live at Q's Bar Tokyo 1977 43 minutes".
Monaco is a tradigital way of enjoying music so that it is symbolized by the original USB case which was designed on the basis of hexagon and this digital liner notes.
Download music gave us convenient economic theory, but took these two happy visions away a package and liner notes. Monaco get them back. The way you can enjoy music very tomorrow.
Hajime Tachibana said for people around you delight we have to keep on dreaming. Dreaming cost nothing. Cost nothing is most expensive.
So what do you think about my new independent stuff...
Hajime Tachibana a young guy loves music and graphic design very much.