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Powered by Audioscrobbler™There are 2 bands with the name Aus:

1) Born in 1983, Aus is the talented Yasuhiko Fukuzono from Tokyo, Japan.

Yasuhiko Fukuzono is an experimental video score, ambient breaks and sound artist from Tokyo, Japan. His third LP, "Sonorapid", mixes floating ambient electronics and gentle female vocals with glitch rhythms.

He started his journey in the world of music at the age of 4, when his family sent him to attend piano classes. Years later, naturally, he began to compose simple electronic music using a keyboard when he was 13 years old. It was in this four years of toying with a keyboard and a tape recorder, that opened up a whole new dimension in his world of music making.

At the age of 23, this prolific young musician, who is also a graduate majoring in educational psychology, already has 4 gorgeous albums under his belt − two limited released by the Belgium label u-cover, one released by Music Related in N.Y. and the latest by Preco from Japan. He loves to re-discover and re-invent the nature of the sounds around him, over and over again. "It gives birth to new nature by changing the nature" quoted by this quirky composer.

Acquiring his inspirations from all over the places - images that his mind captured from movies, words that he stumbled upon, pieces of music that drop out from TV and radio, nomadic dreams, long lost memories and indescribable inner feelings - Fukuzono writes music that illustrate the detailed movements of life. and quite often, he illustrates, with his subtle music skills, in films too.

Since 1998, he has been composing music for the films and short movies made by Takafumi Tsuchiya, who is also the visual support for aus's performances and the co-producer for some of aus’s works. So far, he has crafted some of his most beautiful compositions for the 6 films and short movies shot by Takafumi Tsuchiya.

"It's Tomorrow Already" is one such example.Find this short film at dotmov festival 2006 and famousfor15mb.com. aus will also be making a soundtrack for swedish video artist Irispiers next year.

With his 5th album scheduled to be released in 2007, Yasuhiko Fukuzono a.k.a. aus's exquisite journey of delicate and imaginative sounds, continues...


2) AUS, a free jazz trio consisting of Johannes Bauer (trombone), Clayton Thomas (double bass) and Tony Buck (drums). Released "Live in Nickelsdorf" on jazzwerkstatt in 2009.

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