Electronic experiments and free saxophone — Recorded in studio at Nagoya in 2014 and 2016 by Gakusei Jikken Sitsu (GJS). The title Hekizan comes from the poem “Sanchu Mondo” by Ri-Haku. GJS means “experiment room”. Gakusei Jikken Shitsu (GJS) is: Ryoko Ono (saxophone), Hiroki Ono (electronics), and Yuko Oshima (drums). Ryoko Ono, born in Sapporo and currently playing mainly in Nagoya, is an active Japanese female saxophone player, specializing in improvised music and works for saxophone and electronics. Her saxophone playing is beautiful and flavorful as well, even if it’s avant-garde or experimental. Ono has collaborated with Richard Pinhas, Tatsuya Yoshida (Sax Ruins), and Acid Mothers Temple, to name a few. Edition of 200.