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ALEX HOBAN

As one of Japan’s better-known ambassadors of idiosyncratic, experimental pop, Naka-Meguro’s Keigo Oyamada, aka Cornelius, has enjoyed a varied, internationally acclaimed 15-year career. As well as releasing his own records, he has reworked others’, produced music for video games, and even appeared on American kids’ TV teaching little nippers across the Atlantic how to count to eight (presumably leaving nine and 10 for another day, when Ryuichi Sakamoto becomes available).

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