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QUELL release highlight medley for “HEART”

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The highlight medley for QUELL's 2nd entry in the CARDS series - HEART - is out.

QUELL unveil details on “HEART”

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The first details on QUELL's 2nd entry in the CARDS series - HEART - are out.

Tsukipro announce release of 4 versions of “Dear Dreamer,”, to donate part of the proceeds

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TSUKIPRO
With the announcement of the 2nd season of TSUKIPRO the animation, SolidS, QUELL, SOARA & Growth return with more music, and for a great cause.

TSUKIPRO the animation 2 to premiere in 2021

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TSUKIPRO The animation end card
TSUKIPRO's beloved units - SolidS, Quell, SOARA and Growth - return in 2021 for TSUKIPRO the animation 2.

Decade in Review | Best Jazz, Funk and R&B songs of the decade

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Seiyuu often venture to pop music or explore the trendiest of music genres to keep up with what is "in" in Japan however, there are music genres that never get old and no matter what is the pop trend out there, it is their maturity and laidback vibe that make songs in these genres shine and stand the test...

QUELL “CLUB” (Review)

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QUELL kick off the cards series pushing the boundaries of their sound. For the CARDS series, card suits - Clubs, Hearts, Diamonds and Spades - are split within each unit series: ALIVE (SOARA, Growth) and SQ (SolidS and QUELL). Each group in a unit series will be in charge of two card suits.  SQ 「CARDS」 Series Volume 1 QUELL「CLUB」 is scheduled...

QUELL release highlight medley for “CLUB”

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The final details on QUELL's 1st entry in the CARDS series are out. For the CARDS series, card suits - Clubs, Hearts, Diamonds and Spades - are split within each unit series: ALIVE (SOARA, Growth) and SQ (SolidS and QUELL). Each group in a unit series will be in charge of two card suits. The themes explored in each release...

QUELL unveil details on 1st CARDS series entry

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Details on QUELL's 1st entry in the CARDS series are out. For the CARDS series, card suits - Clubs, Hearts, Diamonds and Spades - are split within each unit series: ALIVE (SOARA, Growth) and SQ (SolidS and QUELL). Each group in a unit series will be in charge of two card suits. The themes explored in each release are closely...

[Oricon Weekly] Hipnosis Mic, Jun Fukuyama and more featured on this week’s charts

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We're back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup. This article covers the fourth week of April- which includes singles and albums released between 22/04/2019 and 28/04/2019. Let's take a look at the data. Oricon Weekly Album Ranking #2 NEW ENTRY: Hypnosis Mic "Enter the Hypnosis Microphone" Hypnosis Mic's first full album "Enter the Hypnosis Microphone" has entered the chart...

[Oricon Weekly] Kashicomi, Argonavis, SolidS and more featured on this week’s charts

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We're back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup. This article covers the third week of February - which includes singles and albums released between 18/02/2019 and 24/02/2019. Let's take a look at the data. Oricon Weekly Album Ranking #35 NEW ENTRY: Kashicomi "AM" Kashicomi's first mini-album has entered the weekly chart at #35. On its first week of sales...

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