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Can you recommend Japanese music that you’re currently listening to?

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I want to explore mo genres of music and I personally love the style and uniqueness that japan offers, if there is anyone you can recommend me list them down below! thank you much!! 

Aurea Granado Olivas

#1 Posted by AureaRea about 5 months ago
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I like Fukurou, Kujira, and Tanuki by Koukia.

~KKN

#2 Posted by Koukina about 4 months ago
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I've been getting into the City Pop genre from back in the day. There are a lot of artists that I can recommend like Mizuki Ohira who has a gorgeous voice btw. There are also a lot of bands out there that do not typically do the usual rock but there are some parts of it that combine the city pop sound with the usual rock. Of course, JPop will also be strong but the instrumentals and the mix with the voices just makes it work when it comes to Japanese music. Another band that I like is LUCKY TAPES which is a great sounding band and they have a great discography.

Aurea Granado Olivas

#3 Posted by AureaRea about 1 week ago
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Hakujitsu by King Gnu has been on repeat for me for the last few weeks. It's so good.

And Inferno by Mrs Green Apple, too.

But if you're looking for City Pop, Telephone Number by Junko Ohashi is pretty great (that whole album is fun).

#4 Posted by MarioCanFly about 1 week ago
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I like a lot of different genres, but Kenshi Yonezu is one of my favorite artists (he does a weird variety of stuff but I guess its like... rock pop..?), KANA-BOON (rock pop), POLKADOT STINGRAY (rock pop), and capsule (j-pop) from the early 2000's. 

 

I listen to a lot of video game music soundtracks as well haha!

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