Edited to reflect why Maniac shouldn’t write after midnight
Idols should always be on Soundcloud. It is good! However, upon joining Soundcloud, idols should make more of a show of displaying that to fans. Get some subscribers lined up, you know? Tease out demos. Do stuff!
Instead, Malcolm Mask McLaren, who are suddenly way more important than I think even they could have anticipated* and might actually be up to the task, took a more low-key approach. I mean, if I were moving onto a new medium, and I had a bitchin’ new track to share with the world, I’d make a little more of that release, you know?
Thank you, Mr. Major
That’s absolutely fantastic. MMM’s always been as good as anybody, and they’ve had a really nice run over the past couple of years, but am I crazy for thinking that this is their literal best foot forward? And without Nao? That is, with the whole new structure? (And how is Ai doing without Shiori-senpai to look up to, btw?) The new single is coming with a good bit of touring to support it:
— Malcolm Mask McLaren (@MMM_core) October 13, 2017
And that one-man at the end of the year? Hold me
Also, personal favorite Malcolm Mask McLaren note? Management’s absolute dedication to some of
the least accurate the worst genre descriptions possible. Going with “melodic hardcore” at least made sense, despite it not being tremendously accurate; “easycore” makes me think of a lot of things, none of which sound anything like “Existence,” which does pass by the standards of that label, but also do remind me of mumblecore and why I knew that I had no future in the film industry. There are too many -cores!