Tag: Music

“Weekly” J-Song Roundup #8 – Perfume, KYARY PAMYU PAMYU, Suchmos (and more!)

Hi there and welcome to the first J-song roundup of the new year! Last year was definitely a great year for me regarding discovering and listening to Japanese music and I hope 2019 will be as good, or even better, than 2018! Today we got a good lineup to discuss so let’s just jump right ...

“Weekly” J-Song Roundup #6 – Fujiwara Sakura, Hatsune Miku, Official HIGE DANdism (and more!)

Hi there, it’s definitely been a while lol Well it’s December now and I promise this blog will be very active this month since this is very much a special time of the year. Today though, I wanted to do another J-song roundup because I am WAAAAY overdue on another music post (…guess it’s not ...

Weekly J-Song Roundup #5 – All About Kawatani Enon

Hello there! It’s definitely been a while, hasn’t it? I apologize for not that much activity being on my blog, it’s been a combination of focusing on school and not having much motivation/will to write anything. However, I still have some post ideas I want to write about, so I hope you stick around for ...

Weekly J-Song Roundup #3 – Uchida Maaya, MYTH & ROID, BRADIO (and more!)

Hello there, and welcome back to another J-Song roundup! If you’re new here, basically I give you a list of songs from various Japanese artists that I’ve listened to in the past week and believe are some solid choices for you to listen to. Some of these songs come from Spotify, YouTube, or other occurrences ...

Weekly J-Song Roundup #1 – UNCHAIN, Goose house, Kamishiraishi Mone (and more!)

School has started for me a few weeks ago, so you might not see much from me as of now. However since I’ve been dying to talk about Japanese music more on the blog, I’ve decided to do a weekly (?) segment, compiling a list of songs that I’ve discovered either from Spotify’s incredible recommendations, ...

AOA: The Only K-Pop Group I Really Know About

Despite me getting into the Japanese pop craze with idols and such, I never thought I would start listening to the way more popular and loved pop music of their next door neighbors, South Korea. Recently I’ve been seeing more and more foreigners, such as people here in the United States, become fans of various ...

Why Love Live Fans Really Shouldn’t Neglect the New Project

Obviously as we’ve seen in this world, many people don’t like change. People fear change because, for example, it can significantly change how they do things while they could continue to do it the way they’re fully familiar with. I don’t want to get into the details of it but it’s definitely a big part ...