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7:30 PM on 09.24.2014

A Daily Dose of Music: JAM Project

Whenever Wednesday shows up, it's usually a sign that we're getting closer to Friday. In order to celebrate everyone's accomplishment in getting this far, I figured that one of JAM Project's songs would be perfect for this o...

Salvador GRodiles


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4:00 PM on 09.23.2014

A Daily Dose of Music: Anna Tsuchiya

There's nine days left until October rises from the shadows, and Anna Tsuchiya's expressing her light and dark side in her latest song, "LUCIFER." While the music video has nothing to do with All Hallows' Eve, Tsuchiya gives...

Salvador GRodiles

7:00 PM on 09.22.2014

A Daily Dose of Music: Luchino Fujisaki

Hiroko has left J-tor's headquarters for a while, so I've decided to post Luchino Fujisaki's ninja-themed song for Monday's Dose. Originally, "Ninja Na No," was featured in a promotional video for the 2014 Iga Ninja Film Fes...

Salvador GRodiles

10:00 AM on 09.18.2014

A Daily Dose of Music: Old School Thursdays

Man, I've been trying to get my hands on this classic for quite a while. Back in 1994, Japanese rock pioneers X Japan was planning to make a full length anime film to put the icing on an enormously successful music career. T...

Hiroko Yamamura

10:00 AM on 09.16.2014

A Daily Dose of Music: livetune featuring GOLDEN BOMBER

Livetune's Kz has really come a far way since his Vocaloid days. Initially livetune's music was usually hyper J-Pop or dramatic video game-esque themes. However the dojin music circle has truely become a full blown pop produ...

Hiroko Yamamura

10:00 AM on 09.15.2014

A Daily Dose of Music: NEGOTO

Fall has started to peel away at the joys of summer, which means the gloom of winter isn't far behind! Fear not! The upbeat sounds of J-Pop are here to ensure we still good, and are able to face the work week with vigor. Thi...

Hiroko Yamamura

10:00 AM on 09.12.2014

A Daily Dose of Music: Maaya Sakamoto

Since we're closing out your work week, I thought we best keep things classy, as I'm quite sure debauchery is at the top of your weekend list. Once of the classiest gals in the game, Maaya Sakamoto is back with her newest tr...

Hiroko Yamamura

2:00 PM on 09.11.2014

Here's Red Bull's (surprisingly good) Japanese game music documentary

I never would've imagined that a company best known for a drink designed to keep you awake for all-nighters doing your college thesis would come up with a pretty great documentary series about Japanese video game music, but ...

Josh Tolentino

10:00 AM on 09.11.2014

A Daily Dose of Music: Old School Thursdays

Time now for your blast from the past! It's Old School Thursdays! Today's dose contains some real history for your ears, as we've got the original theme from Space Battleship Yamato, the anime that started it all. Well, almo...

Josh Tolentino

10:00 AM on 09.10.2014

A Daily Dose of Music: Petit Milady

The amazing duo of Aoi Yuki and Ayana Taketatsu are back with new single under their group, Petit Milady. If you don't know much about the lovely young ladies, you should know that they are two of the top seiyu in the game, ...

Hiroko Yamamura

10:00 AM on 09.09.2014

A Daily Dose of Music: Sora Amamiya

Today we have the exciting opening theme to this summer's hit action anime, Akame ga Kill! Of course they wouldn't have just anyone sing the high energy song when they already have amazing talent already on staff. The always...

Hiroko Yamamura





10:00 AM on 09.08.2014

A Daily Dose of Music: winnie

Kicking off your work week are the veteran Tokyo rockers winnie. The band's been going strong since forming in 2002, finally releasing a well received full length album in 2009. They are back with a really fresh new rock tun...

Hiroko Yamamura