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"Jyuu no Tabiji" is another reminder that Growth are, indeed, one of the best 2D groups out there. Absolute masterclass on the same level as "Mahou no Kizuna" (2017).
SOARA crank up the excitement levels for TSUKIPRO the animation 2. Matured performances + exciting instrumental are the band's greeting card.
JAZZ-ON!’s shuffle CD series kicks off in style with “Invisible Chord 1st”, album counting with elegant performances and classy instrumentals.
B-PROJECT’s “KING OF CASTE~Bird in the Cage~" counts with massive performances on the vocal end and exciting + tasteful instrumentals.
With a liberating brand of pop-rock and flashy jazz-funk in "ENLIGHTRIBE side.SHIFTYz -The beginning-", SHIFTYz make a good 1st impression.
Takaaki Mamiya's "amethyst×citrine" puts jazz music as the centerpiece for 2 exciting performances filled with a touch of elegance and fun.
DRINK ME revamped their sound, visuals and even Daiki Yamashita's singing style changed for "The New World".
DRINK ME’s “DRINK ME” is overflowing with upbeat melodies, playful guitar work, and cheery performances.
MEDICODE’s “MEDICODE” is an absolute gem that is not talked about enough, not recognized enough nor loved enough.
Electronic-rock makes a return to the spotlight for Yuma Uchida's stellar "Comin' Back".

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