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Tomoroh Hidari

Bio

With his Background of classical music education and a love for extreme and obscure music he discovered in his teenage years, Tomoroh Hidari aka Oliver Stummer has gone electronic in the late nineties. He has produced various releases as Tomoroh Hidari and his Namelessness Is Legion, is engineer, producer and programmer for Industrial outfit Kreuzweg Ost and founding father of Dondrine Dub Developments. He has collaborated with a variety of renowned artists from all musical genres and done music to short films, theater and advertisements. Occasionally active in the media-arts, he has produced programs for ORF Kunstradio, Audio-Visual Performances with CNTRCPY and Ella Esque and the random spontaneous actionism.
 
Discography –
 
– “Todtnauberg EP” via tomoroh.com & http://www.indiestore.com/tomoroh
 
– “Evil Twin-Sister Groupie” on Ghos Busters III Compilation, Record Label Records, US 2007
 
– “13 Objects, Or A Dadaist, A Surrealist And A Group Of Random Bystanders Marvel At The Ferocious Whateverism Of The `Pataphysician.”, Bruit, AUT 2007 http://bruit.at/
 
– “The Dreams In The Witchhouse on “Cthulhu Dildonomicon”, an H.P. Lovecraft Tribute Compilation on Digital Vomit/Cock Rock Disco GER/US 2006
 
– “Untitled” on “Cold Crash Breakcore” White Label 12″ on Mekobira, JP 2006
 
– “Lemniskate 9” with Hans Platzgumer on his “Lemniskate 10”, Musikpark, AUT 2006
 
– “Untitled” on “Silhoutte”, a collaborative Electro-Acoustic Piece on Entity, BE 2006 – “Jamming with Jedediah Orne” and “Sucking up Souls” on “Extracts”, LEE Records, AUT 2005
 
– Remix “Nowhere N.Side” for E.Stonji on Sozialistischer Plattenbau, GER 2005
 
– “Blockwartlaunen” with Hans Platzgumer on “Heinz K. aus H.”, Bodensatz, GER 2005
 
– “The Necrophonicon”, Album on Isolate Records, US 2004
 
– “St.Method’s Dyslexic Tchalga” on “Djebel Basma Services”, Z-Dimension,
 
– “That Night She Emitted A Different Silence” – Part 2 of the “Liz-Anna Trilogy” on Mahorka Records, BG 2007 http://www.archive.org/details/mhrk054
 
– “Resonant Mindlessness” – Part 1 of the “Liz-Anna Trilogy” on Mahorka Records, BG 2008 http://www.archive.org/details/mhrk040

RELEASES

Tomoroh Hidari – Also Spoke Zerothruster 12″

  • 1. Shranz Hall

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  • 2. Nothing

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  • 3. Extinction Event

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  • 4. Who Shot the Jazz Drummer

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Straight from the Court of the Nihilist Jester comes Also Spoke Zerothruster, Tomoroh Hidari’s 1st conveniently Disco-compatible 12″ on Record Label Records. Whereas his previous releases like “The Necrophonicon” (Isolate, 2004) or the electro-acoustic “13 Objects” (Bruit, 2007), took a closed-concept approach, this record highlights Tomoroh Hidari’s versatility of styles, in a collection of dj-friendly, dancefloor orientated tracks – with the exception of the last track, Who Shot the Jazz-Drummer With his Background of classical music education and a love for extreme and obscure music he discovered in his teenage years, Tomoroh Hidari aka Oliver Stummer has gone electronic in the late nineties. And boy are we glad he did! Hidari’s electronic music is indescribable, pulling pieces from academia, breakcore, glitch, ebm, and musique concrete, “Spoke Also Zerothruster” runs the gamet of experimental electronic music The 12″ comes in a brown………… sleeve, each including a numbered, unique handmade Rohrschach picture. These will be in black ink for the first 300 and green Ink for a later patch of 100.

Tomoroh Hidari – Alien Audio Absurdities

  • 1. Schizoid Breakbeat Polka

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  • 2. Jolly Speedcore Metal Ballad

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  • 3. Take it Easy Ayatollah

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  • 4. Asphyxiation Suite

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  • 5. Saikoist

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  • 6. The Meteor That Nearly Hit Devon Aoki

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  • 7. Evil Twin Sister Groupie instr

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This is an older Tomoroh Hidari release completed previous to the 2004 Isolate Records CD ‘The Necrophonicon’. It was never given a physical or proper digital release so Oliver has asked for me to make it availible here. This album will only be a free download for 2 months. After that it will be availible on Itunes and here for $6.

Tomoroh Hidari – Dubnihilism

  • 1. Roots Abuse

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  • 2. Secret Science

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  • 3. Nihilist Upsetter

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  • 4. Say Tan

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  • 5. Sordid Rockers

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  • 6. Prozac

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  • 7. Super-Skank

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Olver Stummer on Dubnihilism (originally: Hypnopaedic Rhymes for Dubnihilistic Education) was the direct precursor to Alien Audio Absurdities. It was created during summer/fall of 2000 in vienna. I played all the guitars, some bass guitar, sampled some cello and jawharps, and also made heavy use of a borrowed nordlead1 and a virus, both played by hand and recorded to hd. The beats, some basses and basically all the rest was done on a p2 pc, with sound treatment in granulab (and probably others similar freeware programs) and programming/arrangemnt in acid. To be honest, it was a very low-fi affair, and im personally amazed listening to the material again for the first time in years how fresh it still sounds. (Tomoroh Hidari, at the Court of the Nihilist Jester, 2008)


Robbie/F. grey on Dubnihilism:This album will only be a free download for 2 months. After that it will be available on Itunes and here for $6.
When i first met Oliver on SoulSeek i downloaded whatever of his own music he had shared at the time. Most of it i had listened to and enjoyed thoroughly, but there was this one LP that sounded drastically different than the rest. It was a strange mixture of dub music from all eras, early Lee Perry, mid 80s roots influenced production, and massively dipped in DSP creating a psychedelic soup that rivaled most Meat Beat Manifesto work. Dubnihilism is very head of it’s time. Elements of modern electronic production ala Flying Lotus and Rustie can be heard on this record 7-8 years before these techniques caught on. One of the glitchest and most unpredictable Dub albums you will hear drawing influences from all eras of the musical genre. Oliver knows his dub music well and it shows in this LP. Robbie stumbled upon a mysterious myspace website of one titled the Dubnihilst. We still haven’t figured out if this is Oliver playing a trick on us or not. (to be continued…)

Tomoroh Hidari – Some Stars Not Yet Black Holes

  • 1. Polaris

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  • 2. Algol

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  • 3. Sirius

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  • 4. Regulus

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  • 5. Arcturus

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  • 6. Aldebaran

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  • 7. Pleiades

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2 x LP in color sleeve (12″ 145g vinyl) release date : NOW , digital coming soon. Stay tuned for the Some Stars Not Yet Black Holes free Remix digital-only album coming soon as well!

“Some Stars Not Yet Black Holes is an absolutely brilliant, deeply cerebral and moving effort that will ravish fans of electro-acoustic researches, kosmische synthesized minimalism (70?s Berliners) and absorbing dark ambient realms—an astonishingly profound, sonorous and evocative collection of slowly evolving meditative electronics.” – Igloo Magazine

Some Stars Not Yet Black Holes – An Album Preview


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Tomoroh Hidari – Some Stars Not Yet Remixes

  • 1. Polaris the24seventh edit

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  • 2. Sirius Automatic Tastys Blind Watchmaker remix

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  • 3. Regulus – Fluorescent Grey remix

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  • 4. Aldebaran Photophob Remix

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  • 5. Pleiades Nommo Ogo Remix

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Remix album for Tomoroh Hidari’s 2xLP, Some Stars Not Yet Black Holes. We will be featuring one remix every few days, so stay tuned! Featuring Nommo Ogo, Automatic Tasty, Fluorescent Grey and others

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