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Masayoshi Fujita is a vibraphonist and composer based in Berlin. Being influenced by classic, jazz and many other kinds of music, but not following ordinary vibraphone play style and theory of composition, Masayoshi seeks his own sound of vibraphone, and new possibility of it.

He makes also unique and beautiful sound using bows (for string instruments), strings of beads and other objects on his vibraphone.
The music he makes has very unique atmosphere and suggests images and stories to the listener.

Under his electronic solo project alias, el fog, Masayoshi combines the vibraphone and analogue/digital electronic sound and textured noises using divers experimental methods.

El fog's music is inspired by electronic music, jazz, dub, hip hop, classic etc…, and also the silence and deepness of the fog and the mountains and the gravity within.

"Stories" / Masayoshi Fujita (Flau 2013)
""Do you know Otahiti?" / Masayoshi Fujita & Jan Jelinek (2013 Faitiche)
"Tesseract" / Masayoshi Fujita, Simon Harris, Derek Shirley, Jan Thoben, Kassian Troyer (Home Normal 2012)
"Bird, Lake, Objects" / Masayoshi Fujita and Jan Jelinek (Faitiche 2010)
"Rebuilding Vibes" / el fog, (Flau 2009)
"Reverberate Slowly" / el fog (Moteer 2007)


contact: info(at)masayoshifujita(dot)com

el fog / Masayoshi Fujita Berlin, Germany

  • el fog 8 tracks, 35.10 el fog / Masayoshi Fujita on December 08, 2010 17:29

    1. 1. Out Woods 5.46 2712 plays
    2. 2. November 3.15 2568 plays
    3. 3. Entresuenos remix 4.55 1674 plays
    4. 4. März 4.42 1349 plays
    5. 5. RE slow exposure 3.33 1331 plays
    6. 6. ! 3.26 1569 plays
    7. 7. Mountain Dub 5.43 4285 plays
    8. 8. Waterfall 3.46 2544 plays

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