2022 releases

Review | Tsubasa Okui “Cha-Cha-Cha”

Balancing playfulness, maturity, and suggestive tones, Tsubasa's "Cha-Cha-Cha" is a unique song showcasing a more confident and refined self.

Review | Sora Ohara “Sorairo no Love Song”

SOARA's leader Sora (CV: Toshiyuki Toyonaga) leaves a trail of happiness and good memories in its path with "Sorairo no Love Song".

Review | Shiki Takamura “my redemption”

Shiki's "my redemption" showcases maturity and consistency through a unique composition and a powerful dual performance.

Shouta Aoi graces main cover of GIRLS CONTINUE vol.11

Shouta Aoi was interviewed about his 3rd album "DETONATOR" for the newest issue of the magazine GIRLS CONTINUE.

Shugo Nakamura to release mini-album “Henshin”

Singer-songwriter Shugo Nakamura is back with new music before the end of 2023, releasing the mini-album "Henshin" in November.

Review | Jin Ogasawara “Slime”

"Slime" shows Jin Ogasawara experimenting and testing his limits as a singer while creating songs with some of the craziest transitions ever.

Review | TOBARI “Yo – Lively and dazzling light”

"Yo - Lively and dazzling light" is a great entry to explore if you're interested in TOBARI's unique and exciting approaches to music.


"If" by TOKYO COLOR SONIC!! is a perfect ending to their second season of CDs, highlighting impressive growth in vocals and instrumentals.

Review | IORI “praying”

Iori's "Praying" is a standout performance in TOKYO COLOR SONIC!! with impressive minimalism and technical skill.

Review | KAIRI “secret riff maker”

KAIRI arrives with the full-throttle rock tune "secret riff maker", featuring a fierce performance by Shunsuke Takeuchi.

Review | TOMOE “Moratorium”

Immerse yourself in a stylish tune as Yuya Hirose's mesmerizing performance leaves you craving for more in Tomoe's "Moratorium".

Review | TOWA “Wonderland”

TOWA's "Wonderland" is a soothing song, embracing an acoustic pop-rock sound that fits perfectly with Gakuto Kajiwara's clear vocals.

Review | Arashi “Gunjou”

The simplicity of the composition, the commanding presence of the pounding drums, and Shoya Chiba's dramatic performance impress in Arashi's "Gunjou".

Review | VS AMBIVALENZ “Still On Journey”

"Still on Journey" serves as a perfect farewell to the 14 member lineup of VS AMBIVALENZ, leaving a trail of nostalgia in its wake.