【news】i-dep are resuming activities!

Hiroshi Nakamura's jazz/lounge/j-pop hybrid lovechild "i-dep" has been dead for the last 10 years, but Nakamura has announced on his Facebook that the unit will resume activities (with original lineup members as well!) this year, beginning with a live show on March 8th with Hubert Lenoir! This is a fantastic event, and I really hope... Continue Reading →

【check!】lizzo / juice

Lizzo drops the first mega bop of 2019!  "Juice" is funky, retro and full of potential smash factor.  I can't get it out of my head.  Make sure you watch the whole video too!  I'm absolutely enamored with the throwback production of it all.

【check!】kana hanazawa / timeless

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 →

【review/rate】youth / unscathed

released 2018, moonbus records. Hailing from the picturesque Newfoundland, Youth's latest release "Unscathed", is an ideal soundtrack for a relaxing evening in. Perfect for studying, perfect for laying in bed alone and lost in pensive thought, and almost perfect in its production and ambition. "Outside Briefly" is a dream pop infused instrumental that has solemn... Continue Reading →

【check!】alice chater / hourglass

I heard this on Instagram about a month ago, and i've been sort of obsessed ever since. There's a Human League sample that dominates the instrumental, slinky verses, and a memorable chorus.  All the ingredients necessary for an unforgettable pop single in 2018!  Also, I love that high note she hits in the middle eight!... Continue Reading →

【review/rate】supercar / jump up

released 1999, dohb discs. Supercar had only just burst onto the fledgling japanese alternative rock scene with their epic debut "Three Out Change" in April of '98, before almost immediately starting their follow up era with "Sunday People" in September that same year.  It wasn't as punk rock or upbeat as most of the first... Continue Reading →

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