Despite being a fraction of the size of Tokyo, Osaka boasts a long history of underground music that pushes boundaries.

The tradition is being kept alive by experimental musician Koshiro Hino. His newest project, “Geist,” is a multisensory sound-and light-show that features 13 performers, live electronics and field recordings. It takes place in a pitch-black cube-shaped room with speakers on every side and layers of semi-transparent black mesh stretched across the ceilings and walls to play with the audience’s sense of depth.

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