FAKY Releases Sexy M/V for ‘Bad Things’ English Version

Jpop’s fierce girl group FAKY has unveiled a tasteful music video for the English version of their song ‘Bad Things‘. You may remember this track from their debut EP Unwrapped. The 80’s dance influenced song showcases a sexier side to FAKY, where the ladies showoff their gorgeous bods and are embracing the wilder, sensual parts of relationships. Check it out below and stream Bad Things … Continue reading FAKY Releases Sexy M/V for ‘Bad Things’ English Version

Album Review: Koda Kumi’s W Face ~Outside~

Gosh. I can’t remember the last time I listened to a Koda Kumi album. Actually, I think the last one I purchased and listened to was JAPONESQUE. For some reason, her music hadn’t grabbed my attention since then, but after catching snippets of her latest double album release, specifically the Outside version, I must say I’m loving the sound of Koda Kumi once again. Maybe it’s … Continue reading Album Review: Koda Kumi’s W Face ~Outside~

FAKY Returns As Quartet

You guys remember Alternative Jpop group FAKY? Well, they went on a surprise hiatus shortly after the group’s debut, abruptly stopping promotions. The last release was a compilation of their previously released singles, which included former members Diane and Tina. Not sure why those girls left, but I must say I like the new addition: Akina. Beautiful California girl with an edge. I’m looking forward … Continue reading FAKY Returns As Quartet

New JRock Band Emerges

Meet UROBOROS, also known as Ouroboro from the Greek “ουροβóρος” it’s a symbol showing a snake eating his own tail creating with his own body a circular shape. The Uroboros symbolizes the eternal cycle of things, also the eternal effort, the eternal struggle of the futile effort, as the cycle begins again despite efforts to prevent it. The artists inside this secret project are Kurose Keisuke … Continue reading New JRock Band Emerges

Top 3 Holiday Destinations in Asia

There are many exciting and varied holiday destinations in the huge continent of Asia. Picking just three of the amazing sights and locations to be visited is nigh on impossible. But the options below can certainly be counted amongst the top vacation spots of East Asia, each of them good for a different type of holiday: 1.The Great Wall, China – Great for history lovers, … Continue reading Top 3 Holiday Destinations in Asia

Single Review: “Abing Abing” by ORANGE CARAMEL

So I’m not usually a fan of Orange Caramel’s cutey cutey music, or any artist who does that kind of concept, but I must admit I’m addicted to their song Abing abing. Even if it’s ice-cream. I think the beat is energetic, as their sound usually is, and their hook is catchy. It’s no wonder some are referring to the Baskin Robbins influenced track as … Continue reading Single Review: “Abing Abing” by ORANGE CARAMEL

Sunday Melodies: “Without You” by Lee Michelle

While the words to the song somewhat plays to a breakup, it also signifies a girl moving on from the hurt and suffering brought on by society. Former Kpopstar contestant Lee Michelle gave many something to think about with her dramatic debut, Without You. I hadn’t been paying much attention to kpop of late because every release just seemed too recycled to me and I … Continue reading Sunday Melodies: “Without You” by Lee Michelle

FAKY Finally Unveils ‘Girl Digger’

After a long period of teasing and letting their fans wait with great anticipation, Japanese pop group, FAKY, has finally unleashed the music video for ‘Girl Digger’. First of all, I like the song and I like that their vocals are clear and far from theatrics. Good work. Check out the video and tell us what you think: Credits: Avexnetwork + faky.jp/index_e.php Continue reading FAKY Finally Unveils ‘Girl Digger’

Mini Album Review: ‘Who Are You?’ by Kahi

I’m actually a devoted fan to the lovely and talented entertainer, constantly finding out what she’s up to via her twitter page. When I saw that Kahi was travelling quite a bit I figured more or less she was seeking inspiration—amidst relaxation—for her upcoming music.  More recently, she took a trip to Barcelona, Spain, which apparently hadn’t only been the setting for her latest music … Continue reading Mini Album Review: ‘Who Are You?’ by Kahi

Boats from Bangkok to South Africa.

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This is my first entry for Ed’s Sunday Stills Challenge. This week the theme is boats of any shape or size, so here are a few boat pics which I managed to source in a bit of a hurry, as Sunday is almost over. Bangkok on the Chao Phraya River. Long-tail boats in Phuket Yacht in San Pedro, Belize.… Continue reading Boats from Bangkok to South Africa.

Single Review: ‘Galaxy Supernova’ by Girls Generation

Release date: September 18th 2013 Label: Universal Music Japan Purchase: CDJapan | Amazon I haven’t listened to anything Girls Generation since the catchy English attempt, Boys. After that, I’ve been so out of the loop when it comes to SM Entertainment’s finest. Then boom! Galaxy Supernova lands on the front page of Youtube and I’m immediately pulled in. The song is spunky, energetic, addictive, tastefully … Continue reading Single Review: ‘Galaxy Supernova’ by Girls Generation

Thursday Melodies: “Always” by Superfly

I love me some Japanese rock, and of course, I love me some Superfly. Check out the music video for the band’s latest single ‘Always‘. I think the song’s awesome. Just listen with an open mind and bask in the melodies. Always comes from Superfly’s Best of Album, set to be released on September 25th 2013. be sure to support the band and purchase a … Continue reading Thursday Melodies: “Always” by Superfly

Stream Music: Asia

hello! My name Karine Dukuze, currently an exchange student who often wanders through the Dutch Appstore to stumble towards some amazing, and free streaming alternatives from software developers in the Middle, and Far East as a way to discover the unknown. For Western Asia, my very first pick is the pink Yala Music, a streaming service from Lebanon with my undefined cultural proximity to its … Continue reading Stream Music: Asia

MASUMI in ’10’

The songstress not only took the time from her busy recording schedule to take on our traditional ’10’ quickies. Check out her genuine answers below: What is your one-line positive thinking mantra? I don’t have any , but whenever I’m stuck writing songs or whenever I’m at recording and stressed. I always try to think of the things I’m thankful for. I say ‘thank you’, … Continue reading MASUMI in ’10’