Fresh from the summer season yo!
If music was a game, the pop genre would have forever been known as a cheater. Originally existed to be of anything that rock genre couldn't do, now pop practically means anything that is popular. Pop music takes greatest advantage by absorbing everything around it and amalgamate them into the things that already exist within… Continue reading Adding energy into Pop music
To think this kind of music actually exists to accompany the ending theme song of Saekano Flat, this is why I buy EP's. Remember that well. Who needs Nightcore when these girls are already doing that job for you? Anyway, the beats are so sick I get down on the floor, similar to how Borislav squats… Continue reading Blasting My Headphones: Nyapin of Moso Calibration – PINKY☆STAR
I felt like I really need to do this sooner, perhaps make it a half-yearly thing if I don't forget. 🙂 Basically this will consist of my most played songs from my PC's music player (I use MusicBee), sorted by a few different types, not genres! I also won't be using the same song twice… Continue reading A bunch of my personal music lists!
A somewhat cute song about a couple who have crushes on each other... ...stalking one another? Damn. I'm absolutely into electropop like this! It sounds simple enough, like American pop I used to hear on radio in mid 2000's. The lyrics however, like all of what HoneyWorks produce, carries a lovely story. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3k52d5 … Continue reading Blasting My Headphones: Sana with HoneyWorks – タナタロ (Tanataro)
Carrying on from my Anisong lyricists appreciation post, I'll be sharing one grand example of how creative Japanese people can actually be when it comes to music. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNkL6A1WRY8 This song started it all - a romance story that should please many females in anime community. Try out the English lyrics "I'm sorry if… Continue reading Using music lyrics to make up a story: HoneyWorks featuring (Vocaloid)GUMI – 告白予行練習 (Kokuhaku Yokō Renshū)