SPINAQUA

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 11:01:04 GMT

The Daily Herald

Japanese pop punk band Shonen Knife captures plenty of genres
The Daily Herald
But first, let me tell you a little story. The year is 1981. In the megalopolis of Osaka, known worldwide for its sake, three young women start a band that's different from the typical J-pop group. Combining influences from '60s girl groups, garage and ...

Wed, 05 Jul 2017 20:34:55 GMT

PopCrush

Nana Kitade on Why Her New Album Is About 'Anger at Oppression': Interview
PopCrush
Produced by Japanese hip hop musician Robert de Boron, VIOLET BLAZE finds Nana reborn as a bona fide J-pop princess—with a rock star edge. An electronic album at heart, songs like “Make-Believe” and “Shine Drops” sparkle with a sugary sheen, while ...

Fri, 07 Jul 2017 09:21:45 GMT

soompi

DreamCatcher Gears Up For First Mini Album With Teaser Schedule
soompi
old_boy_andy • 1 week ago. Neat, more music. I hope it's less jpop rock sounding. Even though it seems they are playing up to their Japanese fandom. Whateves, they will either succeed or fail, choose wisely Happyface. Don't screw this up like Dalshabet.