FEMM @ Hyper Japan London Friday November 24, 2017 01 My Revolution 02 Samishii Nettaigyo 03 CANDY GIRL 04 Konya wa Boogie Back (nice vocal) 05 Astroboy (Invaderous Remix) 06 Kill The DJ (Invaderous Remix) 07 Fxxk Boyz Get Money (Invaderous Remix)
Category: Japanese Electronic
Nov 27 2017
Nov 07 2017
Japanese house music pioneer Soichi Terada (also known as Omodaka) is featured on toco toco’s new episode on YouTube. Known for his chiptune music and various video game soundtracks (“Ape Escape”), the multi-talented producer/composer toured the U.S. in 2009 and 2010 as part of the Japan Nite ensemble.
Oct 15 2017
Today’s best J-Pop track on Spotify: BESPA KUMAMERO – Totem Pole
Oct 14 2017
J-Pop mannequin duo FEMM has released the new music video for their cover of the Wink’s 1989 #1 hit “Samishii Nettaigyo”. The video is a detailed shot-for-shot reproduction of WINK’s original, including precisely matched choreography and 80s video styling, combined with updated fashions and the unique personalities of FEMM singers Riri and Lula. FEMM – …
Apr 15 2017
HYPER JAPAN PARTY, a celebration of great music from and inspired by Japan presented by JPU Records and the UK’s largest Japanese culture festival, HYPER JAPAN, takes place at the O2 Academy2 Islington, London, on Sunday, April 23, 2017, including performances from Tokyo’s dance/pop mannequins FEMM, and electronic musician Shirobon. Tickets go on sale April …
Apr 04 2017
Japanese electronic performance unit BESPA KUMAMERO celebrated their 16th anniversary with a special concert on March 18, 2017 at Kofu Kazoo Hall in Yamanashi. Known to anime audiences worldwide for their high-energy concerts and multiple tours of North America and Europe, the group’s U.S. appearances include Anime Boston and Anime Matsuri.
Nov 15 2016
Electronic Arts’ hit video game The Sims 4™, released worldwide in September 2014, will be releasing a new expansion pack – The Sims 4 City Living. In the new pack, four Lantis music artists – Kenichi Suzumura, ZAQ, Sayaka Sasaki and Shuhei Kita – will be featured. The songs include Kenichi Suzumura’s “SHIPS”, ZAQ’s “Philosophy …