Sinewave musician, improviser, composer. Sachiko M began her musical activity in 1993. In 1998 she established an original performance style using sinewaves. She suddenly became the focus of worldwide attention with the simple and minimalistic sounds of her 2000 release Sine Wave Solo. In 2003, Sachiko M received the Ars Electronica Golden Nica Prize. Her increasingly diverse activities, which include performances in overseas festivals and sound installations, expanded into composition when she and Otomo Yoshihide wrote the song "Shosai no Memory," performed in the TV drama series Amachan. She continues her explorations of new creative territory, including the curation and direction of "OPEN GATE," an original creative format cutting through the area between "music" and "art."
Sachiko M on the Ftarri, Hitorri, Meenna, and Improvised Music from Japan labels
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