Tag Archive: music

Meesh EP

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Just in time for another school year at Cornell University, Meesh’s EP has dropped! From the get go, I noticed that Meesh was using higher end recording equipment, thus sounding a lot more… Continue reading

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Umbrella

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In general, I have to admit that I’m skeptical about the whole concept of musicians covering someone else’s songs. Sure, you have the rare instance where I prefer the cover over the original;… Continue reading

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Nodame Cantabile

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Gyabo! After the very lackluster Deadman Wonderland that I saw earlier this year, I was hesitant to start a new anime series because I was afraid of being equally disappointed. However, I decided… Continue reading

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Eat You Up

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I had a recent rant on how popular culture is generally on a spiral toward shallowness, and I did talk about the rise of popularity of Korean pop around the world, including Japan… Continue reading

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Old American Adaptations of Anime

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Once upon a time, when anime was first making its way to the West, American licensing companies felt it was necessary to alter them to make it easier for American audiences to digest.… Continue reading

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Eden

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As I have demonstrated time and time again on this blog, I’m a pretty hardcore fan of Arai Akino, who is by and far my favorite songstress from Japan. While Sora no Uta… Continue reading

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London Town

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Paul McCartney is arguably one of the most famous musicians of the latter half of the twentieth century, mainly due to having been the bassist for the Beatles as well as half of… Continue reading

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