Kiramune release MUSIC CLIP Collection Vol.5 on Youtube

Hiroyuki Yoshino

Kiramune released – for a limited period of time – their 5th batch of music videos from their artists.

Kiramune released a music video compilation that revisits the late 10s.

Revisit iconic music videos like Kakihara Tetsuya‘s DIAMOND BEAT, Hiroyuki Yoshino‘s soothing, innocence, or Miyu Irino‘s FREEDOM, between many other exciting music videos from your favorite Kiramune artists.

The music videos featured in this compilation video include:

1 Bye-Bye☆セレモニー (Hiroyuki Yoshino)
2 トコナツウェーブ (Tetsuya Kakihara)
3 暁 (Daisuke Namikawa)
4 Fiction Factor (Hiroshi Kamiya)
5 神様コネクション (Hiroshi Kamiya)
6 Melty Halloween (Nobuhiko Okamoto)
7 ノーウェイバット (Uncle Bomb)
8 原点回帰Ready Set Go! (Trignal)
9 innocence (Hiroyuki Yoshino)
10 DIAMOND BEAT (Tetsuya Kakihara)
11 TRISING! (Daisuke Namikawa)
12 サクラメント (Nobuhiko Okamoto)
13 FREEDOM (Miyu Irino)
14 レイニーナイター (Hiroyuki Yoshino)
15 情熱アンソロジー (Hiroyuki Yoshino)
16 マンジ・ガンザナイト/KAmiYU
17 L'ambition (Daisuke Namikawa)
18 Braver (Nobuhiko Okamoto)

Check those out below!

This weekend, Kiramune released Kiramune Music Festival 2018 and Kiramune Music Festival 10th anniversary on youtube. A note that, just like most of the videos that the label will be making available on their youtube channel, those will only be available for a short period of time before being removed.

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SOURCE: Kiramune official website


Vanessa Silva
The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Also, the only person managing everything The Hand That Feeds HQ related. In 2011, I stumbled upon Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus". Since then I have been writing about male seiyuu music. You may find me writing almost essays whenever music is really good (not limited to, but it happens a lot with Soma Saito's music). I also host the male seiyuu-centric podcast, SEIYUU LOUNGE (see Spotify link in this profile).





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