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JOHAYKU to release 3 digital singles this month

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JOHAYKU is gearing up to release their first singles. JOHAYKU, indie pop-rock band fronted by Kazuma Horie with guitarist Tappa and drummer 豪 (Tsuyoshi), is ready to release their first singles. The band announced the simultaneous release of "Go!", まだ見ぬ冒険の日々へ and 愛は世界平和の第一 on 13/12/2018. The songs are going to be available digitally (more details on the official website - link below). Earlier this year, previews to all three tracks...

Jun Fukuyama graces the cover of VOICE GANG

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VOICE GANG has announced the lineup for their 2018 Autumn issue. Jun Fukuyama graces the cover of VOICE GANG's Vol.4. The cover is the following: Aside from Fukuyama's special feature, this issue counts with gravure + interviews with Showtaro Morikubo, Soichiro Hoshi, Kaito Ishikawa, Taku Yashiro and Shunichi Toki. For this issue's movie corner it features an interview with Kazuhiko Inoue and Kazuma Horie (about...

Kazuma Horie introduces new music project to fans: JOHAYKU

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It seems that Kazuma Horie is back in the music business. Horie was previously a member of pop-rock seiyuu unit G.Addict alongside Yuki Kaji, Atsushi Abe and Takuma Terashima. The group debuted in 2009 and parted ways in 2011, since then, Horie had been away from the music business. Earlier this month, and coincidental with April fools, Horie announced that he was...

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