Marc takes a look at the life and career of Yoko Kanno, prolific anime music composer and performer.
Patrick just got back from Japan, so what better a time to wrap up his trip in detail and then discuss the currently airing shows of winter 2018.
Hey everyone, it’s been a while so I decided to check in from my Japan trip with an article about my day trip to the location of Love Live Sunshine: Numazu and Uchiura! It was a pretty awesome trip and I was amazed at just how into it the cities are, to say nothing of the amount of people taking the pilgrimage in the middle of the day on a Wednesday!
Marc recorded a special audio version of the Japanese hip-hop panel he’s been doing for a while now. Tune in as he teaches you all he knows about the history of hip-hop in Japan and its place in Japanese culture, and recommends some of his most essential artists! Be sure to check out after the jump for show notes to follow along with, including music videos. There’s also a Spotify playlist that we’ll be updating periodically at the end!
We’re joined by special guests Danny and K from Anime is Lit!, TheSubtleDoctor from Warui Deshou and Grant from the Blade Licking Thieves podcast to discuss the hottest topic in anime right now: Devilman Crybaby. Links to all our guests after the jump!
Co-founder of Lucky Lotus and prolific American DJ Shimotsukei joins us for a face-melting hour of something different than anything you’ve heard so far on this show. Links and a tracklist after the jump.
We’re neck-deep in the winter 2018 anime season, so we sat down for a few hours to give our thoughts on what we’ve seen so far!
Orlando, FL’s own Hoshikuzu Kid delivers a technical masterpiece of a mix, featuring a multi-layered soundscape of anime remixes, Jpop, and underground Japanese dance music. Links and a tracklist after the jump.
A new year brings our first new episode of 2018, our new years special! This is a live b2b featuring resident Oh no, Anime! host DJ vermillionaire and Orlando’s master of Japanese music and friend of the show Hoshikuzu Kid. Enjoy 2 solid hours of Japanese underground dance music.
Tracklist after the jump.
We explain why you should care about Darling in the Frankxx, and break down the staff on this historic project.