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EP / 7th April 2023

Osaka EP

The third EP in the Japan series celebrates Osaka's unique culture and effervescent personality and remembers a rural retreat in neighbouring Hyogo.

Track list

  1. A Different Kind of Light – 05:40
  2. Sauce! – 04:57
  3. Grand Sumo – 04:48
  4. Of Fields and Forests – 05:27


Special edition cassette includes mini fold-out locations map, track-by-track notes and translations, diary entries, holographic sticker and replica Grand Sumo program. Quantity: TBC

One-off lathe-cut vinyl edition. Quantity: 1

Download and streaming.


Pre-order: Friday 10th March, 2023.
Full release: Friday 7th April, 2023
UPC 19801 5655947
Catalogue OTSN-03, published by Obvious Things. © All rights reserved.


Written, produced & mixed by Simon Collison.
Mastered by Simon Mills (One Half of Bent).
Artwork by Simon Collison & Geri Coady.

All samples recorded in Osaka in 2016 and 2018.
The additional spoken word was provided by Yusuke Sumida.

Site Nonsite

Site Nonsite is a project researching and documenting a connection to place. The site is the source, a place rich with scattered information and experiences; the nonsite is the resulting document, a multimedia abstraction of that place. (These guiding thoughts are adapted from land artist Robert Smithson’s 1968 Theory of Non-Sites .)

Track notes

Full track notes and location data will be available to read here soon. If you can't wait, beautiful PDFs are bundled with the Bandcamp download, available immediately. Printed material is also bundled with the special edition cassette.

“Site Nonsite’s series of love letters to the cities of Japan have been beautifully realised. This, the third in the series, is certainly no exception.” — Lippy Kid
“Grab it while you can. You won't be disappointed” — Veryan
“Of Forests and Fields is haunting, really atmospheric; it reminds me of a polaroid.” — Simon Mills (One Half of Bent)
“Absolutely loving the pre-release tracks from Osaka. I don't know how else to describe Sauce! but as the gentlest banger I've heard in a long time.” — Garrett Coakley
“Listening to the sublime new music from Site Nonsite's Osaka EP. Sauce! is going to be stuck in my head all day (in a very good way!).” — Jon Hicks