Real Virtuality

Fudo Kazuki - Real Virtuality

When I was a kid, my father used to take me to a barber. I would climb a chair and the girl would start to do me a haircut. Those were a moments of true pleasure to me. Those sounds, smells and my father’s smily eyes watching me from the conner of the room. All of that is still with me.



The child laugh sample I used in the track was recorded eleven years ago and belonged to my eldest son Mukunda. He was one year old back then. Childhood was my second track I ever wrote. It was included into my first album “Ykish”.  Get it from iTunes.


All music by Fudo Kazuki
Bass – Yaroshi



This is more like a collection of dated tracks which were piling up over last few years. Not making music on a regular basis I don’t find or call myself a musician. 2013 brought me a few gigs booked though. I was heavily inspired by Iceland and it’s pure beauty.

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All tracks were recorded, mixed and produced by Fudo Kazuki on-the-go in various places such as home, airports, hotels, planes.

Yaroshi – bass in “Childhood”

* Ain’t Got Nobody was originally recorded by Reykjavik based Sísý Ey.
* Gentle Dead People was originally recorded and released by Sistra, Khabarovsk band now living and working in Moscow, RU

Cover Art Mastering: Max Gaidouchenko

I would like to express my gratitude and love to:
– Lord Krishna and his Devine grace Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada
– my first Gurus: Mom & Dad (R.I.P.)
– my wife and kids for all the love and support
– my cousin and sister

Sísý Ey – Ain’t Got Nobody (Fudo Kazuki remix)

In Feb. 2013 me and my wife went to Sónar Reykjavík

Sísý Ey - Ain't Got Nobody (Fudo Kazuki Bootleg Mix)

in a couple months after I’ve got back home I wrote this remix. I sent it to the band and received “thank you” in reply, so I thought it was okay and I can share it here with you guys. 

Sísý Ey – Ain’t Got Nobody (Fudo Kazuki Bootleg Mix)

Sísý Ey is a band founded in 2011 by Carmen Jóhannsdóttir who had previously worked with Elín Ey. The idea was to get Elín Ey and her two sisters, Elísabet Eyþórsdóttir and Sigríður Eyþórsdóttir, to sing live house music and to not only bring their voices into new territory, but also use their abilities in different context as they all have more acoustic-driven music careers. After spending some time scouting for “the one” to work with, the missing link was found in Oculus, a producer and a DJ. The main focus of the band has been live performances. Although Sísý Ey’s music has just begun taking its first steps, the band has many releases on the horizon and gotten unbelievable attention for their music and performances.