A lot of people were asking me why I wasn't posting the fifty million music videos from Namie Amuro's _genic album. The truth is, I was torn on the songs. Some were fantastic ("Golden Touch" is easily one of the best things she's done in years), but others sounded like generic J-diva pop, which always occupy a portion of Namie's albums.
Lately I haven't had the time to keep up with all the music I'd like to, let alone blog about it all. I can barely even keep up with K-pop at the moment, let alone J-pop, Western pop, and indie. Stupid life and work getting in the way of things, ugh.
If one day Kyary Pamyu Pamyu all of a sudden said "GURL, BYE" to Yasutaka Nakata and decided to work with new producers outside of Japan, who would you want those producers to be? If you answered either Yelle or SOPHIE, then you're in luck because it's actually happening.