podcast ICFJ#020 – FACT, Asakusa Jinta, The Girl, best of 2012, new co-presenter Asuka and more!
by Daniel Robson on January 24th, 2013
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ICFJ#020’s playlist includes Asakusa Jinta (Kamata Koshinkyoku (Song Of The Vagabonds)), Loka (Slick), Skall Headz (Get Down), The Girl (Know Wow Wow), Puffyshoes (Can’t Be Your Friend), FACT (Foss), Foodie (Night Comes) and Silent Siren (Sweet Pop!), plus an interview with FACT, a chat about our favourite music of 2012, the chance to win DVDs, AND our brand new co-presenter, Asuka!
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Asakusa Jinta – Kamata Koshinkyoku (Song Of The Vagabonds)
Favourite music moments of 2012
Loka – Slick
Skall Headz – Get Down
The Girl – Know Wow Wow (Buy from CD Japan!)
Puffyshoes – Can’t Be Your Friend
Interview with Adam from FACT
FACT – Foss
Foodie – Night Comes
Silent Siren – Sweet Pop!
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Video: Meet our new co-presenter, Asuka!
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On ICFJ#046, Daniel and Asuka look back at their musical highlights of 2015, with a playlist that includes Dempagumi.inc (Dempari Night), Looprider (Kill La), HAJIMETAL (GIRI GAL), VooDoo Hawaiians (Ame No Hi No Parade), BO-PEEP (YOU&I) and Passepied (Ura No Ura).