As we got to see the other day, NEXT Shoujo Jiken’s kind-of-long-awaited first full album, OVER THE NEXT, was released yesterday, and Mai and company held a little release party and live performance at a diskunion store in Shimokitazawa. This is just some of the action:
So the queens of underground idolcore, the inimitable Guso Drop, are on the verge of losing their leader. That’s sad. But they also have a fresh new release supported by a raucous video. That’s not sad at all! And they’re also taking the big positive steps toward their own sustainability by rolling out three new members to join in full once Saki transitions out:
It’s here! Guso Drop’s first real video in like forever!
Made you look! That’s actually just video from Anna’s birthday live the other day. Pretty decent cover of “Headbanger!!” at any rate. No, it’s the “Gushin” video that you came for, and it’s the “Gushin” video that you’ll get. Continue reading →
The correct answer is “I do! I do!” if you’re a fan. And it should be even if you aren’t, because while the pun doesn’t actually make any sense (or even actually be a pun, given that the title is something different), this is exciting-ass stuff:
Man, ever since I got to enjoy the actual Guso Drop version of “No. 18” on their very good Mushi EP, I’ve been meaning to try to find some live video of it. Fortunately, it showed up on the Guso Drop Facebook group yesterday, thereby saving me the hassle of having to type things into a YouTube search.
In news so important they made the note in English, Guso Drop will be revealing something of big-ass importance at their second anniversary show next month. Unless the syntax is just that weird and the news is the time and money and 2& stuff. Which would be weird.