Takaki Matsuda / Tell Me

Posted by KOHSUKE on 2012/01/11 – 23:55

Tell Me

Takaki Matsuda Born in 1985.
He started his career as a DJ in 2005 in Japan, mainly in Tokyo.

Constantly evolving to keep to persue the latest Progressive House,
Techno/Minimal,Electro House, Chill-Out.

The main part of His mixes feature a wide range of different genres.
He begin his career as a producer sound after three year he spend his life as a DJs.

He using his experience Six-Sense as a DJ to producing many elements sound of electronic music.

He began to be producer after he inspired by famous international DJ and Producer.
In very short time he proove his skill as a producer to show his talent by his music.

His remix `Sagitarius 2011 by NISH` was playing by Paul Oakenfold.
And the remix `Make Me by Roland Sandor` have playing by Marco V.

Furthermore, Takaki is served The Edge Radioshow it is broadcasted in 60 countries as a resident DJ.

“Tell Me” Is a song title taking from the most popular RPG game “Final Fantasy VIII” in japan.
This EP is talking about how deeply Takaki was love with this game to remind him at that time.
And he was taking the name of his favorite character Quistis Treepe to put on the title.
The both of the track is telling about the story of love and emotion feeling deep inside element sound.

イタリアのレーベルEye Recordingsより2009年にリリース。

Progressive Houseに限らずTechno/Minimalも
イタリアのEmpro Recordingsよりリリース。

国内外でも注目浴びてきたNISHの名曲Sagitarius 2011のリミックスも手がけ、
Paul Oakenfoldにプレイされた。

ブダペスト出身のアーティストRoland SandorのMake Meをリミックスし、Marco V等がプレイ。

イギリスのThe Edge Radio ShowにてレジデントDJも勤めていた。

“Tell Me”は人気RPGゲームのファイナルファンタジーVIIIの
今回のEPはTakaki Matsuda自身がこのゲームを10年以上も


Release Date: 11th Jan. 2012
Artist: Takaki Matsuda
Tittle: Tell Me
Format: Digital (Beatport,juno download,iTunes Store, etc..)
Cat.No: GLXY033

Artwork by Mari Shimamura

01.Tell Me (Original Mix)
02.Quistis Treepe (Original Mix)

A – Z

Andrew Oseph
Both songs are ok but I think they need some vocals or small sampled vocals.
It’s a little bit too calm for me.
I would play both songs but would add some acapellas with it when i play it.

Darin Epsilon (Perspectives)
Really excellent melody in Quistis Treepe. Enjoyable pair of tunes in this EP.

DJ Shinobi
Nice EP

DJ Yoko
Good Synth sound.I like the original.

Ferry Corsten (Flashover Recordings)
Will contact if used.

Flash Brothers
Tell Me we like, support!

Keisuke Kanomata (varium)
so sweet.

Mad Morello (Per-vurt Records)
Nice progressive tracks, will play them in my warm up sets/radio shows!

Loving his work every time!!

Markus Schulz (Coldharbour Recordings)
Thanks so much!

Matt Doyle (Underphunk Digital)
Very deadmau5 style tune, possibly a little outdated these days. Nice flow though.

Satoshi Fumi (sequent:recordings,Outerspace)
Quistis Treepe for me:)beautiful tune!

Shin Nishimura (Plus Records)
nice synth

Downloading for Solarstone

Tokiaki Yamamoto
Quistis Treepe is nice track!!

Tomoyuki Sakakida
Wonderful melody!!