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The Musician Enon Kawatani

By Yuzuki Iwase

(Japanese translation coming soon.)

Enon Kawatani is a Japanese musician. He has a great talent and has four bands in-cluding “indigo la End,” “Gesu no Kiwami Otome,” “Genie High” and “ichikoro.” In addition, non-musician projects such as “Dokutoku na Hito,” “Biteki Keikaku” and “DADAREY” which he produced. He is doing many projects simultaneously.

First, let's look at Enon Kawatani’s roots. He was born on December 3, 1988 in Nagasaki, Japan. He started music in high school, but at that time he was still only a vocalist. After that, he went on to college and joined the light music club. There he began to compose with the guitar for the first time and met Kyuuzitsu Kachyo, the bassist of “Gesu no Kiwami Otome.” After graduating from university, “indigo la End” was formed.

His current band “indigo la End” has been active since 2010, and consists of four members: vocals, guitar, bass, and drums, and two support members for chorus and keyboard. Another band of his, “Gesu no Kiwami Otome.” Is composed of four support members: vocal, guitar, bass, keyboard, and drums, and two support members for chorus and keyboard.

Probably the most famous band he belongs to is “Genie High” which consists of five support members: vocals, guitar, bass, keyboard and drums, and two support members for chorus and keyboard. Two Japanese comedians belong to this band. “ichikoro” consists of three guitars, a bass, a keyboard, and drums. This band is instrumental.

He has a uniquely beautiful and delicate voice. His singing style suddenly changes from a male range to a beautiful high-tone voice like a woman. In recent years he has done voice training to make his voice even more beautiful and accurate. His voice is mesmerizing.

Finally, Kawatani has a great talent for writing lyrics from a female perspective, as well as a talent for composing great lyrics, from beautiful ballads to intense rock. No one can imitate his sensibility, which is highlighted in the song “Aiirosukisa.” Please listen to Kawatani when you have a chance. You won't be disappointed.


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