Ayota

Ayota Release EP in Aid of Japanese Red Cross Tsunami Appeal

RELEASE DATE: 29th April 2011 Ayota - Sōnen EP PRIM-010EP Japan is a very special place for me, where I have had some incredible experiences and been truly inspired by the people and culture. I have some very dear friends and close family from various parts of the country, so when I saw the shocking images of the Earthquake and Tsunami over a week ago, I was horrified. It was hard to imagine such a beautiful place being destroyed in such a short space of time. So in light of this event, Primaudial Records are releasing an EP from my Ambient Electronic project Ayota, featuring two brand new tracks. All proceeds of this release will go directly to the Japan Red Cross Tsunami Appeal. You can purchase the EP NOW from Ski's Record Shop, or wait until 29 April 2011 to buy from iTunes, Traxsource, Beatport etc. If you would like to review or play these tracks in advance of the release date, please contact the label giving full details. Ayota - Sōnen EP by Ski Oakenfull

Sōnen EP

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EP
Artist Name: 
Ayota
Sōnen EP
Sample Audio : All Gone (Live) (Track 03)

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Tracklisting: 
1. Hashya Melodies
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2. Sōnen (Re-Edit)
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3. All Gone (Live)
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4. Centrair (Live)
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5. Aichi Expo
Release Date: 
29 April, 2011
Record Label(s): 
Primaudial
Role(s): 
Performer (Ski's Music)
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Writer (Ski's Music)
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Producer (Ski's Music)
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Ayota - Hitotsu played on BBC Radio 3 Late Junction

On 15th Feb 2011 Nick Luscombe began another fortnight in the Late Junction chair and featured the track 'Hitotsu' from my Ayota 'Helicopter Cuts' Album. You can check out the whole show here on iPlayer: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00yhs52 For more info on 'Helicopter Cuts' please go here: http://www.skioakenfull.com/discography/ayota/helicopter_cuts
Ayota - Hitotsu played on BBC Radio 3 Late Junction
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Ayota playing at Spitalfields Summer Music Festival

A night of live electronic music and visuals hosted by DJ and broadcaster Nick Luscombe (BBC Radio 3 Late Junction/Flomotion). Featuring performances from intergalactic synthesiser duo The Simonsound, the dubstep/Detroit House/ambient stylings of Subeena as well as Ski Oakenfull's project Ayota, with a special live audio visual performance that incorporates elements of time and sound shifting formed during Ski's extensive travels to Japan. Nick will be interviewing the musicians as well as providing DJs sets throughout the evening.

Date: 
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Ayota playing at Spitalfields Summer Music Festival

Ayota Interview for Resonance FM Tom Chivers

Date: 
20 August, 2006

This is an interview I did with Tom Chivers for his 'Penned In The Margins' Poetry show on Resonance FM. It took place on 20th August 2006. It features 2 tracks from the 'Helicopter Cuts' album released on Third Ear Japan.


Ayota Interview for Resonance FM Tom Chivers | August 2006 by Ski Oakenfull on Mixcloud

Ayota Ambient Mix Vol. 1

Date: 
1 July, 2007

This is an ambient mix I put together a few years ago based around the sounds that influence my Ayota project .. something that might be enjoyed whilst basking on an Okinawan beach or bathing in a Hakone Onsen.

Ayota Ambient Mix Vol. 1 | July 2007 by Ski Oakenfull on Mixcloud

Selected Ambient Works 91-98 LP [mp3]

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Ayota

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'Ayota' is Ski Oakenfull's ambient/electronic alter-ego, and this collection of tracks is an exciting prequel to the forthcoming release in 2007 of 'Helcopter Cuts' on Third Ear Records. (Click here to find out more about this album). The tracks range from very early experiments ('Sun Salutations') to on-tour hotel room excursions ('Concorde 512') to Techno workouts ('Sonen'), and even some dental surgery sampling ('Haishya'). The album reflects the time in the 90's when Ski was gigging around the world armed with a Stereo Mic and a portable DAT recorder.. I hope you enjoy the trip..