Reviews, Press, Broadcast

List of Yumi Hara related radio/web broadscast

THE WATTS Decoherence Review

Tim Hodgkinson & Yumi Hara Schema*Sukima Review

Jump for Joy! Keeping Score Review

Jump for Joy! Bat Pullover Review

Jump for Joy! Concert Review


Jump for Joy! broadcast and podcast



The Artaud Beats LOGOS Review

The Artaud Beats Concert Review

The Artaud Beats broadcast and podcast


Yumi Hara Cawkwell - Statement Heels Statement Heels by Yumi Hara Cawkwell

Dune by HUMI (Hugh Hopper & Yumi Hara Cawkwell)

Upstream by Geoff Leigh & Yumi Hara

Mitsugi/Esoteric Rituals by Mammal Machine

Ride a White Rabbit by Yumi Hara Cawkwell & Sato Yukie

For reviews of other albums, BACK to Discography page

other various reviews: gigs session work etc...scroll down this page


                photo by SeŠn Kelly



  THE WATTS concert review, 4 Dec 2017, Akihabara GOODMAN, by Atsushi Asano, EURO ROCK PRESS (vol. 76, Feb 2018 issue), photo by Kunimitsu Tsuburai

Half the Sky concert review, 2 Dec 2016, Akihabara GOODMAN, by Osamu Sakamoto, EURO ROCK PRESS (vol. 72, Feb 2017 issue), photo by Kunimitsu Tsuburai

'...Each sound they played was polished to the extent that no other sounds would have been suitable to play Lindsay Cooper's musicí

'I was extremely impressed by this superior ensemble which recreated Lindsay Cooper's music in the best form imaginable.





Review of Tony Lowe & Mark Brzezicki's ESP 'Invisible Din' album launch, 11 Nov 2016, by ProgBlog

'First on stage was Yumi Hara, standing in as the support act and who would later take to the stage with the band. Normally a pianist, Hara had recently taken up the harp (think the Jon Anderson-sized harp used on Olias of Sunhillow and Going for the One), performing material from collaborations with Artaud Beats bandmate and ex-Henry Cow drummer Chris Cutler. Her songs may have been brief but they were laden with poignancy; an effect enhanced by the delicate tone of her instrument and the oriental scales she used.'

Review of Tony Lowe & Mark Brzezicki's ESP 'Invisible Din' in Rock Society - Jan-Feb 2017


"Searching the Banks for a Memory opens with gorgeous electric harp (Yumi Hara)...before blossoming out with John Beagley's vocals...'Almost Seen', a beautiful dreaming piece with David Cross's excellent electric violin work and Pat Orchard's gentle acoustic guitar..." DK






Last Updated: May 14, 2017