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THE FUTURE IS NOW

Toe.

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1. Run For Word (3:20)
2. Tsukikake (4:22)
3. Ordinary Days (4:01)
4. The Future Is Now (4:00)

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- Kashikura Takashi
- Yamazaki Hirokazu
- Yamane Satoshi
- Mino Takaaki

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Label: Big Scary Monsters Recording Company
EP released 2012

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Review by The Truth
COLLABORATOR Post/Math Rock Team
4 stars One of the more famous groups in the energetic and exciting Japanese post-rock/math-rock scene, Toe. brings forth a nice little follow-up to the album For Long Tomorrow which since its release in 2009 has garnered a small cult following on this site.

The Future Is Now dabbles in much of the same territory as its predecessor but the formula has clearly not grown stale and Toe. should use it as long as it keeps working. Their sound is a nice blend of both post-rock and math-rock and the music this group creates is phenomenal. Japan's groups in the genre are always great with composition of music pieces, and this album is no exception, it is quite stellar in terms of musicianship and the music writing quality.

It's a short little listen that always seems to fly by because it's such a fun little EP to listen to. Even people who aren't fan of the post-rock/math-rock scene can learn to appreciate this. It's an album you can tell the group enjoyed making (Toe. always gives off this vibe) and it won't take up very much of your time at all.

I would go as far as to say it's an excellent addition to any prog rock music collection.

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