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Te

té (also sometimes stylized as te’ or テ in Japanese), is a Japanese post-rock and instrumental quartet, formed in Tokyo, Japan in2004 currently signed at indie-rock label Zankyou Records. Characteristic for them are their titles, since album titles always consistof 29 characters, while song titles consist of 30 characters and their unique sound which is often compared to Mogwai or65daysofstatic. They had their major-label debut at Tokuma Japan Communication in June 2010. “té” derives from the Spanish andFrench word for “tea”. Although the name “テ ハポネーゼ” (“té ...read more

té (also sometimes stylized as te’ or テ in Japanese), is a Japanese post-rock and instrumental quartet, formed in Tokyo, Japan in2004 currently signed at indie-rock label Zankyou Records. Characteristic for them are their titles, since album titles always consistof 29 characters, while song titles consist of 30 characters and their unique sound which is often compared to Mogwai or65daysofstatic. They had their major-label debut at Tokuma Japan Communication in June 2010. “té” derives from the Spanish andFrench word for “tea”. Although the name “テ ハポネーゼ” (“té japonais”; Japanese tea) was used, they shortened it to “té”.

In January 2004 the band was founded, while Akihiro Kono (Guitar) was the leader. Besides that, he also works for their labelZankyou Records, produced songs from the indie period of 9mm Parabellum Bullet and album of SPARTA LOCALS and is guitarist inthe solo project of Takashi Igarashi (from Syrup 16g. The band quickly gained praise from critics and fans alike due to theirenergetic and inspirational live performances and in September 2004 they released their 1st maxi single at Zankyo Records.té’s highly anticipated debut full-length was released in Japan in September 2005, and immediately charted at number ten on theTower Record Japan charts ahead of many major popular artists. They continually toured Japan in support for the record, and wordquickly spread internationally, with music magazines such as Bounce, HMV, VICE and so on featuring the band in their featurearticles. « hide


LPs
Sore wa, Himotokareta "Kessho" no Danpen...
2015

3
1 Votes
Therefore, the illusion of density...
09/16/2012

3.5
11 Votes
Furthermore, When The Mind Meets All Senses...
2008

3.6
5 Votes
It Be The Thinking As 'the Song' Of Realistic Sound From The World Which
2007

3.9
22 Votes
Naraba, Imi kara Houkaisareta Hibiki ha "Oto" no S


4
17 Votes
EPs
Kai
2017

3
1 Votes
Shikimi
2016

3.5
1 Votes

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