podcast ICFJ #045 – Koeda, Shonen Knife, Electric Eel Shock, Otori, LLLL and more
by Daniel Robson on June 8th, 2015
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ICFJ#045’s playlist includes music from Koeda (DanSin’), Shonen Knife (Bad Luck Song), Electric Eel Shock (My Favorite No. 9), LLLL (Blue), Pirokalpin (Be Free) and Mamadrive (Mad Scientist), along with tracks from artists part of the Next Music From Tokyo tour in Canada including Otori (Hanten) and Atlantis Airport (Hikari To Kage No Hazama). We also have interviews with Otori and LLLL.
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Koeda – DanSin’
Interview with Otori
Otori – Hanten
Atlantis Airport – Hikari To Kage No Hazama
Shonen Knife – Bad Luck Song
Electric Eel Shock – My Favorite No. 9
Interview with LLLL
LLLL – Blue
Pirokalpin – Be Free
Mamadrive – Mad Scientist
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Ryotaro’s interview with Pirokalpin in The Japan Times.
LLLL interview in The Japan Times.
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