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Wataru Hatano's Never End! Summer! wraps up 2020's summer on the best note.
Soma Saito does not shy away from going loud and heavy with an emotional performance in his last "in bloom" series entry, Palette.
Tasuku Hatanaka takes the listener on an unexpected roller coaster ride of emotions for the memorable single, HISTORY.
Gaku Oguro's hematite×amethyst showcases a massive upgrade on the vocals on top of an eclectic pair of songs.
Yuma Shirase’s peridot×hematite- is a polarizing release, one that focuses on versatility to impress the listener.
Infinit0 embrace EDM music for Infini-Tribe, song that has the making of a summer anthem in itself.
RUBIA Leopard restrain their aggressiveness and escalate their intimidating and alluring vibes for Identity in yet another killer rock track.
infinit0 - unit consisting of Hinata Tadokoro and Mizuki Chiba - embrace an exciting brand of rock and electronica for their debut mini-album, 0.
Soma Saito brings out his surfer-rocker vibes to deliver a fun, upbeat summer holiday tune in Summerholic!.
TOBARI go all out and deliver a masterful rock tune in daybreak.

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