So the Queens of Yami-Kawaii are auditioning. And not just in that way that idol groups do, which is to always have an eye on available people who might be good fits (like how Bellheart holds auditions more or less constantly and hasn’t debuted a new member since Moechi graduated). Like, they’re looking for “highly motivated individuals.” Continue reading →
We’ve seen the hidden symbols. We’ve seen the changes in the members’ behavior. And we’ve ever seen a small glimpse of how one former rival has been subtly rehearsing for a role that she must for some reason believe could be available to her soon.
That’s Kai. By Bellring Girls Heart standards, she’s more likely to watch and laugh while somebody else bites your finger off than to do the biting herself. She’s also quite the prolific person, apparently. Continue reading →
If you follow that link, you’ll get to the cast list, more or less, and instructions for auditions. For? A music video! OMG! FOR?!
(Wait for it …)
Why, the single that they released in March!
It’s fine to be disappointed. I am. And not because I’m sure the end result will in fact be at the very least morose and possibly violent; I just wanted it to be a video for, you know, something new, or at least off of Antino Ideology. OIL WELL.
For a tiny bit of context, Gouhou Lolita Syndrome, who to date feel like one of the great near-misses in alt-idol, have had nothing but a volatile history. There was an original duo that got some attention, but they were replaced (in a live on-stage funeral!) by the two most recent ex-members, Halu and Hiro, who did pretty much everything expected of them only to then get the boot. Their final live was not even three weeks ago. Continue reading →
While underground idols have a tendency to be a little “try anything” about their performance style, Next Shoujo Jiken spent a nice while being a un-idol as possible, with knives and swears and stuff incorporated into the show. And as this image demonstrates, “they” (read: Mai) were rather proud of the distinction.