Tagged: takeshi kobayashi
Shunji Iwai’s ode to disengaged youths that searched for meaningful connection in online forums, as we follow the unraveling of a bunch of teens who grow isolated from each other and find solace in the mysterious and enigmatic Lily.
Amy takes a look at her favorite 50 songs of this 2015.
One of everyone’s favorite fictitious bands, YEN TOWN BAND, straight out of Shunji Iwai’s 1996 film Swallowtail Butterfly (スワロウテイル), is back.
The Salyu and Takeshi Kobayashi song all Salyu fans missed.
Taiwanese band Mayday continue their Japan activities with the release of Do You Ever Shine? which can be spotted as the ending theme of this season’s Japanese drama Bitter Blood (ビター・ブラッド, aka. Partners by Blood).
Instead of reviewing my favorite films of the past decade (2000-09) for The LAMB’s Foreign Chops: Best of the 2000s, I wanted to list them all.
Here lies history. Buried by the YAM Magazine team for the 2012 End of the World.
Salyu releases her new single Lighthouse, featuring dancer Masako Yasumoto (康本雅子) in slo-mo backwards black and white footage directed by Fumiko Hirano (平野文子).
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of Shunji Iwai’s masterpiece, All About Lily Chou-Chou, the fictional singer embodied by Salyu performed at the Nakano Sun Plaza Hall for 2000 lucky fans on December 15th.
Bandage is directed by Takeshi Kobayashi… who produces great music. Alas, Bandage is not that great of a story or have great characters, but it’s got pretty good music.