tell me about some j-rock maybe


#42

funny thing is most of those are my least favorite! i pretty much like the earlier stuff up through vulgar, which again i think might be their best, and then their most recent, arche. some of their best songs are definitely on gauze, macabre, and kisou, imo. uroboros has a few really good ones, yeah.


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zone knows


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#47

what on earth its the psf thread

the late shizuka miura and band (shizuka) playing “measuring loneliness” which of course you know is…

the “fallin’ stars end” progression! (go to at least 0:40 but please stick around for 4:05 onwards when you’ll get emotionally clobbered if you’re like me)

AND A BONUS

what on earth… mizutani playing with shizuka??? playing “measuring loneliness”??? it’s the closest thing we’ll ever have to a mizutani / kurihara collab. but we can always dream…


#48

I recommend not wearing headphones.


#49

I’ve been neglecting this thread so I’ll be posting stupid shit for a while



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maximum WOO~


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#58

Little more pop-y than most of the stuff in this thread but anyone got any recommendations like sotaisei riron? I love this shit




#60

as far as ethereal otherworldly jpop, check out Miharu Koshi


#62

ooh, what about satomi takasugi?


"そして僕は途方に暮れる"

this song doesn’t seem to exist on youtube anymore so i had to re-up

something about that little keyboard loop combined with the cello gets to me


#63

Yes actually, that was probably the first place I went after listening to all of her work with sotaisei riron. Radio Onsen Euphonium is really good imo. Her more experimental albums are pretty cool but I don’t like them quite as much.

Defiantly closer to her solo work than sotaisei riron but I like this a lot, thanks.

Also pretty good.


#65

i know they’ve been mentioned, but just

yeah


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Jun Togawa with Susumu Hirasawa


#67

more recent stuff is less funky but still pretty good:


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