I've been desperately awaiting the debut of Woolim Entertainment's new girl group Lovelyz all month for several reasons: 1) I love groups with heaps of members (this one has eight), 2) I love cutesie groups, especially ones with big enough budgets to really bring their sexually-suggestive innocent virgin concepts to life, and 3) INFINITE slay, and it's about time that they had a sister group.
FEMM is an incredibly ambitious and somewhat confusing new musical project out of Japan. You really need to experience their fully-interactive website to come close to understanding the new Queens of Pop, but I'll try and explain it now as best as I can.
About a month or two ago I told myself that if I saw one more hipster urban artist blowing up the blogs or one more pop tart copying the aforementioned hipster urban artists from the blogs that I'd bludgeon myself in the head with a portable cassette player. Fast forward to last Friday night: I'm sitting at home stoned watching Rage (Aussie music video show, FYI) at 1am, Rochelle Jordan comes on, and I think to myself, "She's not so bad..." and "I wonder if Domino's is still open?"