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Kyo Arakane

Kyo Arakane was born in Japan, grown up with Japanese songs and British/American pop music in 80’s, then he shortly lived in the U.S where he learned how to play guitar and how to use four letter words, thanks to his band mates. After coming back to Japan, he has made three indie rock albums.

He is a self-taught song writer and guitarist. Melodies started to come to him long before he learned how to play instruments. Still coming to his head whenever his muse wants. Many songs are in English although his first language is Japanese. That is the challenge that never ends. His music is divergent, for he likes many kinds of musical styles; rock, pop, jazz, fusion, blues, country, classical, R&B, Bosa Nova and so on.

Mostly influenced by the Beatles and Frank Zappa, and his musical intention is to seek the point somewhere between Paul McCartney and Frank Zappa. His songs tend to go to extremes. Some are serious message songs, and some are stupidly carefree. Mainly pop/rock music.

Kyo lives in Japan now. He constantly has a live show once a year. Hoping to increase his exposure, more live shows are considered. He also enjoys collaboration with other musicians, willing to share the works with others. Sometimes he sings, but mostly loves to write songs.

You can find more material from Kyo at the following links:

https://soundcloud.com/kyoichi-arakane/brandy-cat
https://soundcloud.com/kyoichi-arakane/japanese-food-w-yutaka-hirai-and-kenji-kishi-gtm-click-for-more-info
https://soundcloud.com/kyoichi-arakane/the-wizards-of-sc-feat-edro
https://soundcloud.com/kyoichi-arakane/island-storm-feat-jrcros
https://soundcloud.com/kyoichi-arakane/arizona-sky-feat-fernando
https://soundcloud.com/kyoichi-arakane/alone

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