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RUBIA Leopard's "Destination" is a dark and enthralling twist to the band's gritty and intimidating rock sound.
Impish Crow explore funky and groovy melodies in the simplistic tune, "Sky is the limit".
SolidS' Tsubasa and QUELL's Ichiru showcase impressive teamwork and chemistry in "Arata na COLOR".
Shiki and Issei teamed up for the very 1st entry in the NEO X Lied series and fans get quiet the impressive track in the process.
Shugo Nakamura brought a classy brand of funk-rock with jazz undertones in his stellar digital single, "Oh No!!".
My Precious World puts TRIGGER outside of their comfort zone, going for a bassy, dreamy sound that begs for - and gets - a powerful, intense performance in return.
Makoto Furukawa goes for a bewitching performance in the masterful single that is "Honjitsu mo Makoto ni Seiten nari".
Showtaro Morikubo goes darker and darker with his new single, WAY OUT.
NOISE NOVA show off the quality in their experienced lineup and ethereal dance sound in "True Place".
"Aspiration" finds the 5-vocal rock band leaning towards electronic rock and ballads, with mixed results.

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