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Артист: Koji Название: Crooked In My Mind [Indie Rock] Жанр: Acoustic Год выхода: 2013 Label: Run for Cover Records / RFC075 О музыке:
Andrew Koji Shiraki is an American artist and activist from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA. He can be seen advocating
with organizations such as Resolve and Invisible Children on behalf of the child soldiers being used by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) in central
and east Africa as well as Humility Now to help raise awareness about the homeless right here in the United States. His concerts feature a combination
of music, storytelling, media and visual art, all aimed at empowering youth to positive, lasting change and build community.
In 2010, Koji released 4 records, each a unique effort. Seaside Sessions was a raw demo tape that came together in one day with producer Gabe Liberti
at Seaside Lounge in Brooklyn. That spring, he hit the road with his demo in tow and almost immediately after upon returning home, Koji landed a deal
with Run For Cover Records. In August, RFC released Spring Song Vol. 1 - a full-length live record tracked at intimate house shows on Koji’s spring
tour, followed by Some Small Way - Koji’s first full band release. In October, No Sleep Records released a full-length 12” vinyl split with
Chicago’s Into It. Over It., entitled IIOI/KOJI, which was lauded by the Associated Press as one of 2010’s Most Overlooked Albums, alongside
artists like Mumford and Sons, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, and Gucci Mane.
Last year, Koji was named one of Alternative Press magazine’s “100 Bands To Know in 2011,“ and word of his talent is spreading fast. His latest
release is his 12” vinyl-only split with long time friends, La Dispute, entitled Never Come Undone, which came out via No Sleep Records. The record
was released amidst Koji’s “Resolve Tour,” where he performed in addition to sharing video and photography, collecting petition signatures and
letters to congress seeking funding for the endangered LRA Strategy (it was eventually funded because of the youth advocacy community), and conducting
community round table discussions to drive further into the issue of the LRA in central Africa, America’s role in creating peace, and the power of
an individual’s voice to make change on this and any issue. His side of Never Come Undone features the song “Peacemaker” as well as Koji’s
take on Ted Leo’s Biomusicology and was dedicated to fellow activist, Nate Henn, who was killed in 2010’s World Cup bombing in Uganda.
Koji’s journey continues and 2012 is destined up to be a landmark year as he works tirelessly on two new studio efforts while also traveling for
tapings of intimate DIY shows for a second installment of the Spring Song series. His concert tours and advocacy projects will take him all around the
world several times over this year. And it remains Koji’s commitment to his craft and his community that continue to drive the fervent support for
his work in both music and activism.
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01. Chasing a Ghost [00:04:02]
02. The Near and Far [00:03:46]
03. Spinning Silent [00:03:13]
04. Distance/Divide [00:03:32]
05. Fragile Times [00:03:18]
06. Creeping [00:03:31]
07. In the Line [00:03:13]
08. Pang and Flash [00:04:32]
09. What You Leave Behind [00:05:17]