When nostalgia comes back to bite me in a very good way.
The one-man-army lyricist [OWLS 2018 November “Thankful” Blog Tour]
Welcome (me) back to the Blog of Wonders! I know two months feel like an eternity for those of you who had actually waited and hoped that another post would have came out sooner after the last day of activity (before disappearing). I will be frank with you about the reason I'm appearing here again. … Continue reading The one-man-army lyricist [OWLS 2018 November “Thankful” Blog Tour]
Voices that potentially sell more than their names
When I stop pretending to love a single genre of anything, the entertainment industry seems to be eternally border-less. The things it has to offer throughout its lifetime can never be appreciated enough. Some will tell you that you cannot find good music if you don't listen enough. The thing is in 2018, cross platform … Continue reading Voices that potentially sell more than their names
Most played songs in my personal list — Round of May 2018
I had reminded myself that I would eventually get back to this list. Though instead of updating the post, I thought that it would be somewhat cooler if I go about... Billboard style; that is to just make another list with maybe old songs. Same deal, different time. This is a list of my most … Continue reading Most played songs in my personal list — Round of May 2018
A real charming point about Love Live! TV Series
Welcome to the Idol Hell, blessed with rainbows and attractive waifu. I had initially planned on using Love Live! series as the topic for OWLS March blog tour---Squad---because frankly, no matter how you see it, these lovely girls from both μ's and Aqours are stuck together like glue. They however, will never match the power of … Continue reading A real charming point about Love Live! TV Series
Jun Maeda had me sold, musically. [OWLS 2018 April “Melody” Blog Tour]
This world does not deserve a master composer like him.
Blasting My Headphones: Tamaki Mari (Minase Inori), Kobuchizawa Shirase (Hanazawa Kana), Miyake Hinata (Iguchi Yuka) and Shiraishi Yuzuki (Hayami Saori) — One Step
You can really make great songs from high profile seiyuu grouped together!
Blasting My Headphones: Yuru CampΔ Opening Theme Single by 亜咲花 (Asaka)
It will take a person with tin heart to hate this.