This is the debut solo full-length release by Tokyo-based Takahiro Kido, recording engineer and lead member and composer of the post-rock group, Anoice. The album title Fleursy Music is a coined word meant to mean "flower-ish music" (made up of the French word "fleurs" which means "flower" plus music) which best expresses these cinematic soundscapes and warm analog sounds. He creates music by merging electronics with many types of acoustic instruments such as piano, organ, violin, viola, cello, trumpet, sax, clarinet, flute, guitar, glockenspiel, accordion, melodion, drums and percussion. These instruments are remarkably well textured and were recorded in unique environments such as in tunnels, mountains, abandoned hotel lobby and concert halls, capturing the natural reverberations of the atmosphere. And after recording, he processed and carefully layered these sounds in his computer to obtain the perfect combination. The 10 tracks here were selected among over 150 compositions assembled over a period of two years.