Tia Rungray’s music video

“Soft Strings” won the “Best Director Music Video” of the October term at the international film festival “1st Monthly Film Festival” in Serbia.

Tia Rungray

Born in Japan.
He has studied piano under Akiko Ishikawa, Yoshiko Akaike and Takashi Fujii (DUOR). Studied acoustic music production under Tatsuhiko Nishioka.
He has developed his music career as Tia Rungray. He is also a sound engineer and sound producer belonging to Non-REM Studio.

He also has skills in video production and graphic design, and also produces visuals for events and total production for YouTubers.

Tia Rungray’s works are instrumental music with environmental sound, piano, and even noise.

This unique style including ambient, post classical, noise music etc. cannot be imitated by anyone.

Tia Rungray expresses the inner world of human beings with sophisticated piano and ferocious noise. He is actively engaged as a sound engineer and producer, and provides music with art exhibitions.

“Noise Classical” project

Electroacoustic music called “Noise Classical” project. His career began in 2013 with the release of his self-produced album ‘Foresta’. He has been performing in the virtual space “Second Life” since 2013 and in the Tokyo area since 2014.

In 2016, he and Kenji Agata (video director) participated in the screening of various films at Senju LAB #1 (organized by composer Akira Senju).

In March 2019, the music video “Dancing Fly in My Head” (directed by Kenji Agata) was released with the help of Akira Senju’s office, Tokyo University of the Arts COI and YAMAHA.

He is influenced by the ideas of Eric Satie and John Cage, among others.

He has developed a unique style that incorporates ambient, post-classical and noise music. He has been creating and releasing instrumental music based on it. The combination of sophisticated piano and violent, ferocious noise creates a spiritual world and social scene. He has been actively collaborating with video directors for concerts. On that stage, silence and madness coexist.

It will look wild and raw. It even gives the audience a sense of madness. On April 29, 2018, the album “MindgEsso” was published from “Cat&Bonito”. Akira Senju (composer) said, “I’ve heard the air of the future.” about it.

「Noise Classical (ノイズクラシカル) 」と称する電子音響音楽プロジェクト。2013年に自主制作アルバム「Foresta」をリリースしたことからキャリアをスタートさせる。2013年から仮想空間「Second Life」を、2014年から首都圏を拠点に演奏活動を開始。2016年に作曲家・千住明の主催による映像作品上映会「SENJU LAB #1」に映像監督の縣ケンジと共に出品参加。2019年3月には千住明事務所・東京藝術大学COI・YAMAHAの協力の下、ミュージックビデオ「Dancing Fly in My Head」(監督・縣ケンジ)を公開。エリック・サティやジョン・ケージなどの思想に影響を受け、アンビエント、ポストクラシカル、ノイズミュージック等を呑み込んだ独自のスタイルに基づくインストゥルメンタル楽曲の制作発表を行う。洗練されたピアノと暴力的で獰猛なノイズの融合によって精神世界や社会情景を描き出す。公演においては積極的に映像演出家とコラボレーションを行い、そのステージからは静と動が共存する荒々しく生々しい印象を持たせ、聴衆に狂気すらも感じさせる。2018年4月29日にフルアルバム「MindgEsso」を音楽レーベル「Cat&Bonito」からリリース。作曲家・千住明をして「未来の空気を聞いてしまった」と言わしめる。

Visit “STRUKTURO” in Second Life

“STRUKTURO” is a sound installation space based on the theme of “human structural decomposition” produced by musician Tia Rungray.

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