Tagged: yuichi kodama (director)
Tokyo Jihen has risen from their slumber, after disbanding and/or taking a break back in 2012, to release the EP titled News. The first single is titled Eien no Fuzai Shoumei (永遠の不在証明), with a music video directed by Yuichi Kodama (児玉裕一).
Everyone’s favorite Suiyoubi no Campanella is back with a super fun music video for Ikkyu-san (一休さん), directed by Dir.F.
Utada Hikaru reveals her collaboration with Shiina Ringo, titled A Two-Hour Vacation (二時間だけのバカンス, Nijikan Dake no BAKANSU).
Shiina Ringo has released two brand new songs; Nagaku Mijikai Matsuri (長く短い祭) featuring Ringo’s former Tokyo Jihen bandmate Ukigumo, and Kamisama, Hotokesama (神様、仏様) featuring Zazen Boys’ Mukai Shutoku.
Artist extraordinaire Shiina Ringo has just released a new single titled Arikitari na Onna (ありきたりな女, Une Femme Ordinaire or An Ordinary Woman) with an accompanying (short) PV directed by Yuichi Kodama.
While the world is stuck with Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez… and Ricky Martin, Japan’s NHK commissioned Shiina Ringo with a song to play during the channel’s coverage of this year’s World Cup.
Shiina Ringo releases her rearrangement for Chiaki Kuriyama’s Seishun no Mabataki (青春の瞬き, or Blink of Youth) to promote the compilation of covers she’s done for other artists.
Shiina Ringo has had a really good year this 2013, and continues with this collaboration titled Netsuai Hakkakuchuu (熱愛発覚中) with electronic sugar pop mastermind Yasutaka Nakata.
I ended up deciding to show you 15 singles from the first six months of the year that I liked the most or ended up listening to a lot.
Japanese Tokyo-based jazz club sextet has recently released their latest single Koroshiya Kiki Ippatsu (殺し屋危機一髪) with longtime friend Shiina Ringo, and directed by Yuichi Kodama.