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Throwback Tuesday (J-POP Edition)

Every Tuesday, I will post some of my favourite Japanese songs from the past! 16 more words


Mitsuki Aira (アイラミツキ): PLASTIC

PLASTIC (CD+ DVD Special Edition)/ 2nd Studio Album / Release Date:


Guess That Disco

Yasutaka Nakata is probably my favorite musician/producer/DJ/overall badass working in Japan right now and most of the J-pop world agrees: after seeing a slew of releases from his own work, side projects, and work with girl groups and female vocalists of all kinds, Nakata’s sound has been replicated, copied, bastardized, and inspired the world of Japanese pop desperate for a piece of the electro house pie. 717 more words


From weak to WTF: a triumvirate of bad choreography

On one hand, I understand the need to take music videos to the next level, to stand out, to be different; the music video has always been a kind of odd creation. 470 more words

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China Discotica

China Discotica was Aira Mitsuki’s 1st major single, but 2nd overall. It was released on March 5, 2008. The title track is in respect song to the Beijing Olympics. 308 more words

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Colorful Tokyo Sounds No.9

Colorful Tokyo Sounds No.9 was Aira Mitsuki’s debut single. It was released on August 8, 2007. The title track was used as the theme song for the Japanese release of Transformers. 592 more words

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March singles catch-up: Aira, DJ Shog, Madonna

March has proven both the most and least productive example of the ’08 (so far). Not to say a lot of stuff hasn’t been released, just that most of it has been hasn’t even been worth listening to. 633 more words

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