Before he became a superstar songwriter and producer for Perfume and Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, Yasutaka Nakata had his very own musical project called CAPSULE. Now, the electro duo is back with a new album and music video. Watch after the jump!
Unleash your rocket punch! To help roll out the upcoming Robot Girls Z anime, Toei is releasing a DVD that compiles every theme song ever from the Super Robot series. Yattar News brings us pics and info after the jump!
There are many things (and assets) that are grabbing fans attention in Kill la Kill, but the ending theme in Gomen ne, Iiko Jya Irarenai. (Sorry, I can't Be A Good Girl Any Longer) is also stimulating the hearts of older fans for its retro melody and animation for a good reason! A fan in Japan identified the source of the tribute as the theme of the J-drama Sukeban Deka (Delinquent Girl Detective) in 1985. Read more after the jump!
Otome game publisher Rejet has completed uploading the complete list of character song samples of the Sakamaki Brothers from the Diabolik Lovers franchise on their YouTube channel. Enjoy the dark, sexy and sadistic musical entertainment. All of the songs are already released except for Reiji's song, which will be released on November 6th and the songs are priced at 1800 yen each. Click for the full list of videos!
The Free! anime official site has been updated with a preview video of an upcoming remix album posted on You Tube. The album contains 8 songs from the anime and will be available on October 23rd in Japan for 2500 yen. Watch the preview video and see the full list of songs after the jump!
Yun*chi -- a model, singer, and close pal of Kyary Pamyu Pamyu -- may have just gotten her breakthrough by lending her pipes to “Your Song*”, the ending theme for this season’s Log Horizon anime. Watch the short version promo video after the jump!
Electro divas Perfume celebrate the recent release of their new album with a full length music video for「1mm」. Prepare yourself for diffused lighting, geometric shapes, and sharp dance moves after the jump!
The OLDCODEX official site has announced the release party for the duo's 8th single WALK, which is the ending theme of the second Kuroko's Basketball season and a themed cafe event for a limited time at Shibuya PARCO Part 1 in Tokyo has also been confirmed for November. More after the jump!
Singers and anisong legends Maon Kurosaki and Eir Aoi held joint talk and live performance event “Taipei Special A-LIVE vol.3” in Neo Studio Taipei, Taiwan on 29th August 2013. Now, YATTAR JAPAN brings us pics and interviews after the jump!
Harajuku kawaii icon Kyary Pamyu Pamyu stars in a new ad campaign for oral care giant Sunstar and plenty of candy-colored strangeness ensues. For starters, watch Kyary battle a giant tooth with her magic brush after the jump!
Otome series Brothers Conflict has finally posted the answer to "who-sings-what-part" of the anime's ending theme, 14 to 1. The answer video does not feature the memorable dance by the brothers, but it does feature cute deformed brothers as they sing their respective parts. Watch the video after the jump!
Anime songs are increasingly showing their presence on music sales charts in Japan, but some of them have really striking lyrics that you would only hear in anime music. Japanese reading portal Da Vinch Denshi Navi polled 100 anime otaku to decide the top 10 anime songs with memorable lyrics to see what those are. Find out which anime songs are sticking in people's minds after the jump!
Music label Lantis has posted the short version of Minori Chihara's new single, which is the opening theme of new fall anime Kyokai No Kanata by KyoAni. The song is also titled "Kyokai No Kanata" and will be released on October 30th. See all three cover images and the short version of the music video that features Minorin with short hair after the jump!
Japan’s pre-eminent idol-pop-meets-metal act BABYMETAL have released a new live concert Blu-ray and DVD today, and they’ve chosen to herald it with a teaser video containing concert footage and sense-baffling narration. Prepare for the fox god apocalypse after the jump!
Popular voice actors Junichi Suwabe (Aomine Daiki from Kuroko's Basketball, Shimogamo Yaichiro from The Eccentric Family) and Kousuke Toriumi (Aijima Cecil from Uta No Prince Sama, Sakamaki Shu from Diabolik Lovers) will release their 4th single as male vocal duo Phero☆Men in October. See the single cover images after the jump!