Casino Versus Japan
266 Shouts - 1,801,010 Scrobbles
Casino Versus Japan is the recording name for Erik Kowalski (born May 5, 1973), a United States-based electronic musician from Lexington, Kentucky by way of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who produces intelligent dance music (IDM for short) with baroque melodies and distorted trip-hop beats. As a young boy in Wisconsin he recorded episodes of television series Miami Vice, sampling Jan Hammer's music, later collecting them, and playing them over the backdrop of other musical genres. After a brief stint with model railroading such experiments with tape grew less obvious.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
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- Moonlupe - (1:26) - 1,869 plays
- Summer Clip - (5:44) - 1,622 plays
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