Shuta Hiraki is a Japanese musician living in Nagasaki. He started making music and field recording around 2012 as a self-taught musician, and has released his works on labels around the world such as Vaagner, LINE, Falt, Rottenman Editions, and KYOU Records.
His musical interests are wide-ranging, and he explores the critical points of ambient and drone music in terms of both structure and thought, using a variety of techniques including synthesis, acoustic instruments, field recordings, and sampling collage.
In addition to producing many pieces using electronic processing, he often plays a drone instrument called a shrutibox in his live performances in recent years.
He also writes about music under the name yorosz and contributes to numerous magazines and web media.