Remigai: Indie pop and folk from Nagoya.
mmm: Read as “mi-mai-mo”. Great concerts, shy and funny on stage, a multi-instrumentalist. Almost a one person show. Also plays the flute in the band Oono Yuuki.
Spangle call Lilli line: Indie, electronica, downtempo.
Remigai – Catch
mmm – Amanojaku
Spangle call Lilli line – Tesla
SOUR: indie pop, interesting videos.
SOUR – 日々の音色
SOUR – 半月
Today I chose a couple of songs with videos shot in the streets of Tokyo, which I think will provide a nice virtual traveling experience. Shimokitazawa, one of the locations, is an area with many bars, record stores and concert spots.
Shugo Tokumaru – Linne
Tenniscoats – Baibaba Bimba
Tenniscoats – mou mou rainbow
Tokumaru Shugo: probably one of the most famous indie bands outside Japan. I suspect it is even more famous outside than inside the country, probably due to the fact his label is American. Listen to this multi-intrumentalist genius who composes and records everything in his music.
Tenniscoats: a Japanese indie duo, Saya and Takashi Ueno, with several collaborations.
Nagisa Ni Te: 90s pop folk
Salyu – mostly pop, also folk experimental singer.
Tokumaru Shugo – Green Rain
Tokumaru Shugo – Rum Hee
Tenniscoats ft. The Pastels – Vivid Youth
Clammbon – Folklore
Nagisa Ni Te – On the beach
salyu×salyu – ただのともだち