TAKU & GORO
He is an artist who expresses himself through text, sound and visuals. Takuji is musically active under the names: LITTLE CREATURES, Double Famous, Solo Unit-Kama Aina, and Takuji Aoyagi. Furthermore, he hosts events such as “Bookworm,” and is the head of the label, “Chordiary.” In 2007, under the name Kama Aina, he performed alongside artists such as Beastie Boys and Bjork in the Roskilde Festival, the largest rock festival in Europe held in Denmark, Roskilde. Afterwards, he continued to tour in places such as Sweden, Germany, and Spain. In the same year, he released “Tadeai,” his first album under the name Takuji Aoyagi. In 2008, Double Famous, celebrating their 15th anniversary, released their fifth album entitled, “Double Famous,” and performed in a large summer festival. Furthermore, he continues to be active in the literal world. For example, he released his book “Rajio Toh (Radio Tower)” as Takuji Aoyagi, and he hosted the 10th anniversary of the reading event, “Bookworm.” Currently, he writes columns such as “Deainooto,” in the magazine, Sotocoto, and “Moon Indigo,” in the free-paper, “bounce.”
A songwriter, a producer, and also a guitarist. Writing instrumental music based on the guitar. He has released his first album "wolf song" under his alias, MOOSE HILL, in 2001. It was widely acclaimed, and described as minimal, acoustic style that has updated the sound of bossa nova to the present day. Goro also paired up with Naomi Fuse to form the bossa nova duo "naomi & goro".