Independent Japanese electronic music artists cargo will bring their smooth club sounds to the JapanFiles’ online catalog, available for paid downloads beginning now.
cargo’s page on JapanFiles.com:
Check out cargo for some cool Japanese House/Club/Electronica on their MySpace page here!
(NOTE: Mr. Z’s pick – “For The Light, Eric Kupper Remix”
Cargo’s four artists have performed extensively in Japan and worldwide, their music crossing over the genres of House, Club Jazz ,Hip Hop and Drum’n'Bass. Beginning in 2004, they released their 1st mini album [the scene], earning them rankings in HMV and Tower Records’ charts.
In September 2006, cargo released their first full album “Disc Odyssey” which hit # 1 on the iTunes Japan dance music chart. In August 2007, their second album “JEWEL” (featuring the single “Life Is Sweet”) ranked # 1 on iTunes Japan’s electronic & dance music charts.
Released in July 2008, cargo’s album “Morning Star” again reached #1 for 7 consecutive weeks on the iTunes Japan dance music chart, and its single “For The Light” also hit #1 on iTunes Japan.
GOKU – Rap, Vocals, Guitar, programmer, producer, recording and mix engineer
wize – Keyboards, programmer, producer, recording and mix engineer
amigo – Vocals, Chorus
Saiko – Vocals, Chorus
cargo appears on JapanFiles.com by arrangement with Rainbow Entertainment.
cargo on JapanFiles.com – http://www.japanfiles.com/cargo
cargo official MySpace – http://www.myspace.com/cargoofficial
cargo official website – http://www.cargo-jp.com
cargo PV – “Life is Sweet” – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_JVCyE58Ls
cargo PV – “For The Light” – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AEM3DUrHsM
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