'Faint★Star presents Tokyo Sound Collection vol.10 × YMCK' will take place this Saturday, June 4th. Featuring YMCK, international visitors and residents will be delighted to note they can watch Faint★Star and YMCK with free entry. Come and feel the noise with the latest electro pop artists in Tokyo.
- Date: June 4th. Open: 6:00 p.m. / Start: 6:30 p.m.
- Venue: Shibuya GLAD, 2-21-7 Dougenzaka, Shibuya, Tokyo
- Performing Acts: Faint★Star, YMCK, Takuma (from EIMIE)
- Entry: Free admission for International visitors and residents (Please don't forget to bring your photo ID. One drink for 500 yen is compulsory.)
About the performing acts
Japanese Girl pop duo “Faint★Star” comprises of HINA and YURIA is produced by Kenji Tamai & agehasprings, the most creative music team in Japan. Their debut single “Koborete shimatta mizu-no-you-ni“ was released in July 2014. After that, they released 4 singles and an album.
Their latest single “Never Ever” was released in April 2016 and is the theme song for the movie “Dokumushi”, available on Amazon and iTunes globally. Their music demonstrate a high quality creative sound that far surpasses other girls groups in Japan. After just one listen you can really feel the quality of their music.
YMCK is the 8-bit music unit formed by 3 people. The most prominent feature of the band is the 8-bit sound that reminds people of vintage gaming consoles of a different era, which attracts enthusiastic support from a wide range of generations. Their 1st album "Family Music", released in 2004, was a big hit and made their popularity unassailable.
Their unique style of live performances using 8-bit pixel animation is also highly acclaimed. Their activities are not limited to Japan but has also seen success overseas, performing at international music festivals around the world including France, Sweden, the Netherlands, the United States, Taiwan, Korea, and Thailand. YMCK embrace a wide range of activities, such as remixing, video game soundtracks, DJ performances, development of 8-bit sound plug-in VSTi software “Magical 8bit Plug”, and last but not least the “YMCK Player” for iPhone.
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