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Japanese four-piece CHAI share bouncy new single ‘Nobody Knows We Are Fun’ which is taken from their forthcoming album ‘WINK’. Accompanied by an equally playful music video directed by Hideto Hotta, the track sees the quartet (comprising MANA, KANA, YUNA and YUUKI) deliver another intoxicating and catchy number as lead vocalist MANA’s delicate tones glide across the buoyant soundscape. Check out ‘Nobody Knows We Are Fun’ to the right and keep an eye out for ‘WINK’ which drops May 21st.
Consider yourself introduced to Japanese multi-disciplinary artist MANON and her scintillating new single ’18’ which is produced by KM. Accompanied by a brilliant music video directed by MANON and ZOEY, the explosive cut follows previous singles ‘2 LIVE IN A REAL WORLD’ and ‘WORLD’S END’ (ft. dodo) from earlier this year. Soundtracked by an icy electronic beat, the track sees MANON lay down her sugary vocals with an effortless, almost nonchalant flow – see yourself here.
Japanese artist rei brown shares stunning lo-fi RB cut ‘Forever’ which is co-written by rising singer/songwriter Joji. Serving as the follow up to the likes of ‘Bubble’, ‘Islands’ and ‘Honest’ from earlier this year, ‘Forever’ showcases rei brown’s irresistibly dreamy and smooth vocals and poignant songwriting over a choppy electronic led beat. Check out the single and it’s equally atmospheric music video here.
Japan based artist BIM teams up with KEIJU on ‘Jealous’, a slick trap-inspired beat that encompasses a soothing, lo-fi aesthetic. Serving as the follow up to previous cuts like ‘Veranda’, ‘Non Fiction’ and his ‘NOT BUSY’ EP from earlier this year, ‘Jealous’ is another spellbinding cut that sees BIM’s effortlessly smooth vocals and sharp verses. Check out the brilliant new single here.
Japanese artist and composer Noah unveils the striking visual for ‘像自己’, the latest cut from her forthcoming new album titled ‘Thirty’. Directed by John Smith, the video wonderfully captures the track’s energetic and vibrant atmospherics as footage taken by Takehito Goto and Noah is spruced up with dazzling effects and filters. Serving as the follow up to previously released single ‘メルティング・ブル’, ‘Thirty’ is shaping up to be quite the stunner.
If you’re looking for a band that will brighten up your day, look no further than Japanese trio Sunny Day Service. With a handful of stellar releases under their belt over the years, the Tokyo based band have continually impressed with their enticing and funk-filled tunes. That’s exactly the case with ‘イン・ザ・サン・アゲイン’ (‘In the sun again’), which is taken from their 2018 album ‘the CITY’ and serves as the perfect soundtrack for the summery months to come.
Tokyo based singer/songwriter AAAMYYY brings more of her refreshing blend of soulful, electronic gems in ‘BODY’, her new released and follow up to last year’s ‘MABAROSI WEEKEND’. The 10-track project, which features contributions from the likes of Computer Magic, MATTON, JIL and CONYPLANKTON, further showcases the artist’s inviting and silky smooth vocals as they coarse through a concoction of emotive atmospheres spearheaded by lush electronics.
The Theory For Our Revenge is the artistic project of Japanese fashion stylists, producers and visual artists: COLD FAITH and JHas. Last month, the duo unleashed their breathtaking debut single ‘朧(OBORO)’, an electronic number that’ll have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. From its cryptic lyrics to the equally mesmerising and unsettling production, ‘朧(OBORO)’ is a sonic powerhouse that serves as a wonderful introduction to the pair’s musical output.