There are way too many versions/mixes/edits/what have you of this song out there, but I have a solid feeling even the most obsessive of music collectors haven't heard of this mix of BLT in particular. (Wow, I really just abbreviated Bizarre Love Triangle to a sandwich.) Exclusively released on the soundtrack album for "Married to... Continue Reading →
Today's the only day you can blast this and enjoy maximum holiday cheer, get to it. You'd better watch out, you better not cry, come on everybody, it's time to celebrate!
This is so hypnotic and oddly cute. I am also extremely stoned so this shit is hittin'.
2018 has been a fairly interesting year in terms of music, I spent a lot of time searching for new artists and expanding my palate, constantly being impressed by the quality of music being put out. I'm not going to be ranking any of these albums against each other, as I feel they all brought... Continue Reading →
Most people know KanaHana for her numerous roles as any one of their favorite anime 'waifus' of choice (Check her MyAnimeList page, she's the voice of many popular anime girls of the last several years), or for her signature sweet and adorable voice that flutters through the rapidfire delivery of the rap like verses in... Continue Reading →
released 2004, contemode. The summer of 2004 was sunny, shiny, and littered with tons of great pop albums that signified a revival of the niche and counter cultural Shibuya-kei genre. Pizzicato Five and Salon Music were long gone and inactive, and a new generation of torch bearers had arrived on the scene, complete with retro... Continue Reading →
released 2018, u-desper records. Illustrious japanese shoegazers Coaltar of the Deepers return with the Rabbit EP, their first EP titled-after-an-animal in nearly 12 years! I'm sure you're wondering whether a new release from such a legendary force in the J-alt scene is a good starting point for beginning your dive into their discography (assuming you're... Continue Reading →
I'm sharing this because it's one of the messiest live performances of this song that Mariah has ever done, and yet it still managed to be completely in character, full of life, and purely fun. This is one of the rare moments we have of "Highriah" caught on film, and it's truly something. Personally my... Continue Reading →
Dr. Usui's (recently of Otocompo and XXX of WONDER) longtime electronic retro-pop unit Motocompo's underrated 2007 LP "Chiptop Lips" has been reissued with four bonus tracks! Make sure to pick it up, this is one of the more obscure gems of the late 2000s j-tek boom. Purchase on CDJapan!