- diet music
In 1993, Gak Sato formed diet muisc with Hiroki Kaminaga and Ryuta Masuyama.
Their first demo tape was received by Mr. Horino and introduced to Raphael Sebbag, United Future Organization. In 1995, with the song “por el,“ diet music joined the compilation album called multidirection 2 (Brownswood/Talkin’ loud), which was produced by U.F.O. and released around the world. In the same year, the band remixed Cano Caori’s track “Les Rendevous de Paris" (Sony records) featuring Nargo, trumpeter from Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, and Zoo's hit tune "Choo-choo train" (for-life records) collaborating with Jazz Brothers. With their approach of remixes, which reconstructed tracks of Latin jazz based on techno, dub, etc., they received cross-genre high acclaim in the club music scene.
After 1996, Gak Sato had been known as an artist/director for over 10 years in Right Tempo, Italy, and released a huge number of Italian O.S.T. reissues, remixes, and original albums. Currently he belongs to Manual of errors Artist and is also known in the field of sound art and as Theremin player, in Milan of Italy.
Hiroki Kaminaga formed the band “counter gift” with Ryosuke Imai (Tiny Voice Production), who is now Japanese R&B key figure, and released their two original albums from EMI music Japan. Later, he founded the group called “Slow Peanuts, inc” and was a DJ, remixer, and music creator for TV commercials, etc. Currently, his activity is mainly in the sound and visual unit called “Foun10*78” with a photographer, Harumi Obama.
After the '90s, Ryuma Masuyama started his own label called “wann recordings” and released three compilation albums with a recommendation by Natsuhiko Kyogoku, the Japanese famous mystery writer. Currently, he is in the funk unit called “sundowner.”