The title says it all. Post music that is not well known or unusual in its style but is pleasing to the ears.
He triggers the choir and music by using the laser beam like an electric harp. Each laser triggers a different aspect of music.The Japanese have a way of being eccentric and classical at the same time. I like this man's performance. What's it what he's doing with his hands and the laser beams?
I only ever heard that track after first discovering the fantastic Jean Michel Jarre "Oxygène" album years before. I could never understand why my gf at the time called it "Popcorn Music".One more. I don't know what to make of this one, my mom got excited whenever it came on the radio though.
OK, this one fits. Friend turned me onto this band a few years ago, said they had an odd vibe that sounded like Pink Floyd meets Bruce Springsteen - and this track in particular has a strange ending. It's this droning coda that goes on and on for three minutes, has some hypnotic shoegaze overtones. I don't know what they were going for, but it works.