podcast ICFJ #044 – Passepied, Moumoon, Yosi Horikawa, Merpeoples, CQ and more
by Daniel Robson on May 3rd, 2015
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ICFJ#044’s playlist includes music from Merpeoples (Kiss You), Phenotas (Konya Ga Owaranai), Kinoco Hotel (Makka Na Zeri), Ni-Hao! (Make It) Awesome City Club (Jungle) and CQ (Ian), along with tracks from artists performing at The Japan Rising showcase at The Great Escape festival in Brighton, United Kingdom including Passepied (Matatabistep), Moumoon (Hello, Shooting-Star) and Yosi Horikawa (Wandering). We also have an interviews with Haneda Narita of Passepied and music journalist Patrick St. Michel of Make Believe Melodies.
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Merpeoples – Kiss You
Interview with Haneda Narita of Passepied
Passepied – Matatabistep
Moumoon – Hello, Shooting-Star
Yosi Horikawa – Wandering
Phenotas – Konya Ga Owaranai
Interview with Patrick St. Michel of Make Believe Melodies
Kinoco Hotel – Makka Na Zeri
Ni-Hao! – Make It
Awesome City Club – Jungle
CQ – Ian
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The Great Escape and Japan Rising
Patrick St. Michel’s report on SXSW and Japan Nite in The Japan Times. Follow Patrick on Twitter @mbmelodes and on Tumblr.
Ryotaro’s interview with Awesome City Club in The Japan Times.
Ryotaro’s interview with CQ in The Japan Times.
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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).