Yolz in the Sky/Kimonos

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Yolz in the Sky/Kimonos

In a brilliant bit of timing, Osaka death disco minimalists Yolz in the Sky followed the release of third album Desintegration (sic.) with an announcement that drummer Shinya Hirase would be leaving the band – not because of musical differences, but because he had 'exhausted all of the energy he had'. This will be the group's final Tokyo show as a three-piece, after which guitarist Kentaro Shibata and singer Takanobu Hagiwara have claimed they'll continue as a duo (what, with a drum machine?). There's additional support from Kimonos, the art pop group helmed by Zazen Boys' Shutoku Mukai and singer-songwriter Leo Imai.