Kaneko Ayano’s alternative folk-rock is like a mirror reflecting who we are.
With Latin rhythms, breakbeat or acid house tracks, Tomoyuki Natsume’s solo project Summer Eye expresses something strange in our ordinary life.
Mixing anything from bossa nova, jazz, hip hop to traditional folk and Shibuya-Kei, Baku Furukawa offers us an eclectic soundtrack to our summer trips.
After singing as heroine in Mamoru Hosoda’s animated film “Belle“, promising singer-songwriter Kaho Nakamura (中村佳穂) shared her third full-length effort “NIA”.
betcover!!, a solo project of Jiro Yanase from Tokyo, might be the Japanese equivalent of King Krule.
Japanese folk meets elements of post-rock and improvisations on Yuta Orisaka’s third album “Shinri” (心理), which means “State of mind”.
Some of Tokyo’s most fascinating musicians meet on Reisaburo Adachi new-old record.
Composed in the southern island of Okinawa, new abum from Odottebakari no Kuni combines Japanese folk with psychedelic rock and supernatural atmosphere.
Japanese folk rock filtered through jazz, funk, hip hop, and Prince.