TAKETERU SUNAMORI Interview

Anison Pop Go! The multi-talented Taketeru Sunamori has chalked up a career as a novelist, a composer and, more lately, a DJ among his list of accomplishments. As a student, he contributed voice dramas to popular Japanese site Niconico Douga … Read More

LONDON BLUE Interview

Rock Idol Go! Inspired by the UK rock music scene, LONDON BLUE are a 5-piece outfit consisting of Kana, Kayano, Rina, Kyoka and Rinka. Their eponymous 2016 debut album introduced audiences to the idol outfit’s combination of bubblegum pop and … Read More

HYPER JAPAN Summer 2018 Review

Summer musical thrills from Hyper Japan… Nothing really beats a summer event packed with Japanese culture. As ever, Hyper Japan were on hand to provide 3 days of food, fashion, gaming, cosplay, anime and music all connected with that particular … Read More

BABYMETAL graphic novel due

Discover the myth of the metal trio October will see the publication of a new graphic novel titled APOCRYPHA: THE LEGEND OF BABYMETAL which is designed to explore the unknown mythology of the group. To coincide with Comic-Con International, the … Read More

BRATS – Doudatte yokatta

Heavy duty rock from BRATS With the release today of their first full-length album, rock outfit BRATS Have unveiled a new video for ‘Doudatte yokatta’. The album comes along at a point where the rock trio have been keeping a … Read More

NECRONOMIDOL Live in London

Occult idol act bring their supernatural powers to London NECRONOMIDOL’s return visit to the UK saw the occult idol outfit bolstered with some new friends. The addition of Screaming 60s and 2& meant that we were treated to a full … Read More

HYPER JAPAN 2018 Preview

The UK’s biggest Japanese cultural event is back… Hyper Japan is the UK’s biggest convention of J-culture and anime held in the UK. First staged in 2010, Hyper Japan is designed to promote all aspects of Japanese culture, encompassing food, … Read More

KYARY PAMYU PAMYU Live In London 2018

J-pop gets spooky… Despite Kyary Pamyu Pamyu making her UK debut all the way back in 2013 (heralding a steady influx of J-Pop acts ever since), it still seems strange to see her returning to these shores on a regular … Read More

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