A master vibraphone player makes a track in 10 minutes.

Originally from Japan but now based in Berlin, Masayoshi Fujita is a master vibraphone player. Fujita started his musical career playing drums, but moved to vibraphone training, inspired mainly by jazz and electronic-influenced sounds. 

We met Fujita in his Berlin studio where we set him the challenge of making a track in 10 minutes with his vibraphone, looper and modular system for processing.

Masayoshi Fujita’s new album Book of Life –the third instalment in a trilogy of solo vibraphone recordings – is out now via Erased Tapes.

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