|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||The Machineries Of Joy||9||Audio||2002-01-25||F.R.D Record|
|3||A Day||3||Audio||2007-06-00||Living World|
Kyo Ichinose, born in 1972, started his career as a composer of contemporary music in the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. As a Master of Arts and an autodidact in electronic music, he is stepping across many borders. He wrote the score for a commercial film that received the "Cannes International Commercial Film Festival Bronze Prize" in 2002, and his sound designs for installations were shown in several exhibitions in Japan. His 2nd solo album "Lontano" was selected by WIRE magazine as one of the best albums in 2005 .
Ichinose's music evokes the sound "of the present" and is at the same time in search of "the universal and fundamental" beyond personal emotions. His compositions embrace actual score, field recordings, synthesizers, and computer generated sounds. In his live performances, Ichinose merges acoustic instruments and laptop computer music into a kind of "extended" ensemble.