5 Reasons Why Karaoke is a Great Spot to Study
With cafés crowded and homes small, what better than a catered, private box for assembling your study group?
The Bento Album
The first female hip-hop artists to enter the Oricon top ten, Halcali celebrate their greatest hits with a bento.
Namie Amuro & Hatsune Miku Meet in Neo Tokyo
"B Who I Want 2 B feat. Hatsune Miku" uses various animation techniques to explore the themes and settings of "Urban," "Game" and "Fashion."
VAMPS Prize Sound Quality Over Bad-boy Image
Veteran rockers expound on international touring and working with Mötley Crüe's Nikki Sixx.
A J-Punk/Metal Ode to Noodles
CANTOY penned the track Tenkaippin to describe the life-affirming qualities of the band's favorite noodle chain.
BRADIO Bring Funky Beats to 'Peeping Life TV'
Funky J-rock band BRADIO are back with the release of their 3rd single and second official anime opening theme song.
Otsuka Ai Gives You 3 Minutes for Ramen
Otsuka Ai is best known for her 2003 bubblegum-pop track "Sakuranbo," which spent a staggering 103 weeks on the Top 200 Oricon Weekly Singles Chart.
TsuShiMaMiRe's 'Abandon Human' is Relentless
With heavy fuzz filters locked firmly on max, provocative imagery and lyrics prove the band’s clever intelligence is still a powerful ingredient in its punk persona.
Babymetal Goes Funko POP!
All three members of the metal-idol sensation will be available in huge-headed form in December.
Japan Votes for its 100 Best World-class Songs
10,000 people were asked what they thought were Japan’s most world-class songs. The final list left many netizens scratching their heads.
84-Year-Old Idols Realease First Single
The average age of the members of KBG84 is 84. Unsurprisingly, their sound is a mix of old and new.
An Interview with Band-Maid
Since the launch of their music video 'Thrill' in late 2014, Band-Maid have been turning heads with their heavy sound and the inevitable reaction, 'Are these cute girls really playing?'
Surreal J-pop Bangs Sell Biscuits
Idol offshoot 5572320 (that's their name!) teams up with Yoko Kanno for a Daliesque ode to crispy snacks with a side of Bohemian Rhapsody.