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Tokyotronica soundtrack first music released!!

Sunday, August 2nd, 2020

Where You’re At (Tokyo)
K mix

Available now on all music platforms.

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First music release from the soundtrack to Supersonic Cities: Adventure 1 – Tokyotronica, a musical story written by Guy Perryman.

People ask “Where are you from?” but the Supersonic Cities Crew believe “It’s not where you’re from – it’s where you’re at”!

Where You’re At (Tokyo) celebrates the city with sounds of Tokyo in the mix – taiko drums, shinkansen bullet trains and a vocal inspired by the voice of the “yakiimo” baked potato vans. In the live show the music will be performed as a taiko drumming DJ jam.

This track launches the music genre Edotronica – mixing traditional Japanese instruments with electronica. Edo being the original name of Tokyo.

Supersonic Cities Crew are a group of musicians, singers, track makers, producers and remixers captained by Guy Perryman creating the soundtrack to the Supersonic Cities stories.

Track title: Where You’re At (Tokyo) K mix 6:10″
Artist: Supersonic Cities Crew
Release date: 28 July 2020
Label: Supersonic Cities Studios
The “mode mix” created by track maker and re-mixer K who has released music under a number of names and produced jingles for various Guy Perryman radio shows. Favourite Edo spot – Shibamata Taishakuten, Buddhist temple founded in 1629, its ferryboat designated as one of the 100 Soundscapes of Japan.


Tuesday, October 1st, 2019

Supersonic Cities: Adventure 1 – Tokyotronica

Multimedia musical story taking off 2020-2021.

Tokyotronica – the launch adventure in the Supersonic Cities series – is set on the streets and in the skies of Tokyo starring a cast of cool and quirky showbiz characters broadcasting live on the air and in the air from their 747 jet studio.

Using the power of music the cast and crew must stop an evil tycoon who is invading electronic devices and screens with brainwashing technology. The adventure starts on the streets of Tokyo with a mysterious boy and his magical music making machine.

Introducing Edotronica – a new music genre born in Tokyo (formerly known as Edo) mixing traditional Japanese instruments with futuristic electronica.

Jay Wilde – DJ VJ.
Tixi To and his Techno Gizmo – mysterious boy with a magical music making machine.
Tamantha Tickle – sassy pop star and mistress of disguise.
Derek Martini – showbiz song and dance man.
Desiree D’Veaux – brassy soul diva earth mama.
Ricky Stone – barely living legend rock star.
Lottie Von Hoofendorfin – high octane Hollywood stage director.
The Captain – on the flight deck on the mic.
FO1 – flight deck first officer robot.
Georgie – backstage manager.
Voice Over Guy – voice over guy.
Voice Over Gal – voice over gal.
Dan Ankor – news anchor.
Pam Austin – news anchor.
Miss Understanding – cabin purser.
Poncy Jones – there’s always one in every crowd.
The Pot Plants – Aloe Vera, Hi Drangea, Hi Biscus, Hiya Cinth and Cactus Annie – gossiping greenery in the Green Room.
Paroty – mimicking mascot cockatoo.
Fancy Poo – evil tycoon.

Skyliner Fleet:
Airborne 1 – 747 jet studio powered by aerosonic thrust.
Airborne 2 – gyrocopter.
Flycycles – flying bicycles.

Supersonic Happy
Jet Set Club
Talking Tokyo
Omotesando Sampo (Summer)
Please Give The City My Love
Cat Street Beat
Where You’re At (Tokyo) [K mix]
Omotesando Sampo (Autumn)
Showbiz Is Go Biz
Look At Me I’m A Celebrity
Omotesando Sampo (Winter)
Samurai Bye Bye
The Power Of Music
Omotesando Sampo (Spring)
Where You’re At
Where You’re At (Tokyo) Reprise
Stadium After Party Megamix
One Day Again

Music performed by Supersonic Cities Crew.

Created, written and produced by Guy Perryman.

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世界を飛び回りライブ中継を行う飛行機スタジオ “Airborne 1″ に搭乗する、個性的なキャスト達が繰り広げる Supersonic Cities シリーズが、東京の街中や上空を舞台とする物語として始動。
“Techno Gizmo” と呼ばれる音楽生成装置を操る神秘的な少年 Tixi To と、あらゆる電子機器やスクリーンを乗っ取り、世界中の人々の洗脳を企む悪の巨頭 Fancy Poo を中心に、東京を舞台に展開する物語。
日本の伝統楽器とエレクトロニカの要素を融合させた、東京生まれの新しい音楽ジャンル、それが “Edotronica” 。

Tokyotronica is set on the streets…

… and in the skies of Tokyo.

Where You’re At (Tokyo) [K mix] artwork.

Talking Tokyo – Yamanote line Tixi chase scene artwork.

The red flashing lights of the Tokyo skyline transmit music and mysterious messages across the city and inspire the soundtrack.

Tixi’s subterranean techno pad – a former sento bath house behind a door, behind a tree, behind Cat Street in Harajuku.

Tixi and the Techno Gizmo first appeared as a radio drama written and narrated by Guy Perryman on the CD series Tokyo Pirate FM released in 1995.