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TOBARI make a powerful and refreshing debut with their 1st mini-album, Jo - Hajimari.
Impish Crow go the funk rock route and deliver a masterful, groovy performance in Ride the Wind.
Division All Stars’ steal the show with the funky and groovy, Survival of the Illest.
Daisuke Ono’s Dramatic strikes a good balance between being inspirational and incredibly intense.
Shugo Nakamura paints laidback soundscapes with his semi-acoustic sound and crafty lyrics in Colorful.
A new generation of rock bands kicks off with the passion and energy of Sir Vanity in the outstanding debut single, Vanity / Haruka.
From the darker melodies in "I know,Who I am" to the softest vibes in "Antholic", Anthos made sure to mark you with "For...".
Impish Crow go for a mature and dirtier take on their rock sound, putting aside powerpop while giving way to hardrock. GROW is a banger.
RUBIA Leopard go hard with Prisoner, their 1st entry in DIG-ROCK DUEL FES drama CD series.
With BAD END, Shouta Aoi presents fans with fresh songs and unique vocal performances that are a clear improvement from last year's Harmony.

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