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Puffy AmiYumi Interview stars

The legendary Puffy AmiYumi makes their return to the USA starting in April making a 3 city tour stop in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Dallas.  They are probably best known by their Western fans from their opening theme song in the hit animated series, Teen Titans, Teen Titans Go!, and from their own animated series, Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi. We caught up with the duo for a quick chat before their big return tour in the United States.

DJ Kazu Interview @ Anime Expo 2016 stars

Debuting in 2008, DJ Kazu is an anisong and J-Pop music DJ who has sold over 1 million mix CDs worldwide. Who better to interview a DJ than our own guest interviewer, DJ Batman at Anime Expo 2016!

Wednesday Campanella (水曜日のカンパネラ) Interview @ J-POP Summit 2016 stars

Taking the world by storm with their unique blend of electronic music and unorthodox performances, Wednesday Campanella also known as Suiyobi no Campanella (水曜日のカンパネラ) is made up of vocalist KOM_I, Kidefumi Kenmochi, and Dir.F. Check out our video interview with KOM_I at J-POP Summit 2016 as we find out what makes them so unique!

Lia Interview @ Anime Expo 2016 stars

With a massive list of special guests and industry guests at this year's Anime Expo, one of the hidden guests that had everyone on their feet during Opening Ceremonies was anisong singer, Lia. She is best known for her musical works with visual novel studio Key, with her songs appearing in iconic series including Air, Clannad, Angel Beats!, and more recently Charlotte. Adding her list of works, her voice was also used for the VOCALOID character and software IA. Sit back, grab a cup of coffee, and join us as we catch up with Lia on how her recent personal life has influenced her work.

Silent Siren Interview @ J-POP Summit 2016 stars

Making their American debut ahead of their tour in the USA, Silent Siren is a Japanese teen girl rock group formed in 2010. The girls' music have topped the Oricon weekly charts as well as performed at the prestigious Budokan arena. In this highly entertaining interview, see what the girls really know about each other ranging from their favorite ice cream flavors to their favorite pajama colors leading to some hilarious reactions! 

Da-iCE Interview @ FanimeCon 2016 stars

Da-iCE is a 5 member dance group from Japan with a "facial deviation value of 75!" They are the recipient of The Japan Gold Disc Award for Best 5 New Artist and their latest single Paradive hit 3rd in the Oricon charts. Learn more about Da-iCE in our interview video at FanimeCon in San Jose!

Eir Aoi J-POP Summit 2015 Interview stars

Eir Aoi is household name in the world of anisong (anime songs/music). In the past we've talked to Eir Aoi about her early career when she first started and even played a video game against her. Hear about some of the exciting things she did while in San Francisco for the J-POP Summit 2015. 

Backstage Interview with Momoiro Clover Z & KISS @ Anime Expo 2015 stars

On July 2, 2015 we attended a backstage interview and photo session with Momoiro Clover Z (Momoclo) and the group KISS. This was right before Momoclo took the stage for their concert and KISS would join them to receive the prestigious 2015 “Special Commissioner’s Award” from Japan’s International Short Shorts Asian Film Festival for their music video "Yumeno Ukiyoni Saitemina" in which Sushio from the anime studio Trigger worked on by designing the characters in the animated version of the music video.

Little Glee Monster Interview @ J-Pop Summit 2015 stars

Bright, cheerful, and full of energy, Little Glee Monster is a rising young Japanese girl group. Featuring powerfu vocals, their song "Gao Gao All-Star" appears as the fourth ending theme song for Pokemon XY. Learn more about the group in our video interview at J-POP Summit in San Francisco!

Gacharic Spin Interview @ JPOP 2015 stars

At first sight you might think these girls are your every day idol group. In reality, these girls rock out on stage with their instruments as Gacharic Spin. Their upbeat and energetic music lead their song, "Don't Let Me Down" to be featured in the seventh ending theme song for Dragonball Kai. Hear what they had to say as we talk to them about their first appearance at J-POP Summit Festival in San Francisco.  

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