I’m a friggin’ doofus and missed the latest from we-B’s surging up-and-comers NEVE SLIDE DOWN this morning until reminded by our good friend Pure Idol Heart, and of course then immediately had to get into a meeting and do actual day job work instead of something enjoyable like a new NEVE SLIDE DOWN video.
In case you missed a very cool note on a very busy Friday:
NEVE SLIDE DOWN
2nd Single "Leaving"
2,up all night
3,Mellow dawn -Instrumental- pic.twitter.com/WRZM4ChksP
— NEVE SLIDE DOWN (@NSD_Staff) July 21, 2017
Between ZENITH and “Leaving”, what is it about we-B groups teasing their own demise?
This is actually yesterday’s news at this point, but I wanted to wait a minute to see if they were going to put out any snips, and they didn’t, so here we are! Continue reading
Did you guys know that PassCode’s sisters in NEVE SLIDE DOWN had their debut a year ago yesterday? I sure as hell didn’t, because their first videos didn’t drop until September IIRC, but I’m also not mad about it, what with that whole sure-let’s-look-at-NEVE-SLIDE-DOWN thing.
Anyway, the news, and the trailer doodad:
Thank you! "Odyssey –我儘ラキア 1st Anniversary-" pic.twitter.com/D68uVfVKpI
— NEVE SLIDE DOWN (@NSD_Staff) June 6, 2017
Well well well! There were a number of new videos that I thought might make their way out to the world this morning, but NEVE SLIDE DOWN’s “Mellow dawn” was not one of them. I just found out that the single even existed! But now here we are, and … yeah, considering that I first saw this as the first weak-ass rays of sunlight were entering my world, the whole “mellow” and “dawn” thing was a fittingly inaccurate tease.
You’re awake now
I could think of no finer verb for describing NEVE SLIDE DOWN and their we’re-obviously-PassCode’s-sister-group-and-also-pretty-heavy-when-we-want sound
This one from John popped up in the ol’ feed yesterday, and I didn’t want to let it get away; I enjoyed their digital releases out of the gate, and Garry wouldn’t stop talking about how great their EP was, so it stands to reason that NSD bears a closer look — one that I’ve been a little lazy on taking because reasons.
Anyway, John with the details, but unfortunately not why their current look is BiSH-meets-Especia:
Details on the first single from NEVE SLIDE DOWN have been released and not to far from release date either. Back on February 25th they announced the single but we have not had much information since then. Now we pretty much know it all. It is named Mellow dawn and will be three tracks in […]
Well that’s a nice surprise. Thanks, NEVE SLIDE DOWN! Via the PassCode Facebook group, it’s the little sister unit stepping out a little bit now that people are starting to recover from the “MISS UNLIMITED” release and are jonesing for even more poppy digital hardcore in their lives:
That’s Not My Real Name is such a silly title. Who goes around using a pseudonym all the time, anyway?
There’s even stuff that we haven’t heard before in there! With such highly topical titles as “Selfie”! I kid because I want to love. Continue reading
Update: We have a winner!
Congratulations, NEVE SLIDE DOWN. In the minds of the readers of Homicidols.com (12 of them!), you’re going to win this battle against your future best frenemies in Yanakoto Sotto Mute. Savor victory while it lasts!
It was just yesterday and the release of “WENDY” on the NSD website that I wondered if a record of some sort might be coming soon; now I’m wondering if NEVE SLIDE DOWN is just going to keep releasing until a full album’s worth of material is online.
NEVE SLIDE DOWN
【 Brand new ways 】https://t.co/g52PV2g7G5
— Layna@NSD (@NSD_Layna) September 9, 2016
A lot of excitement has been built up by PassCode sister group NEVE SLIDE DOWN since they released MVs for two very cool songs, “Let me out” and “City Lights” in the span of a week. But they weren’t done messing with our heads, apparently:
— NEVE SLIDE DOWN (@NSD_Staff) September 8, 2016
Last week’s first look at NEVE SLIDE DOWN was pretty fun, and they’re following up pretty quickly here with “City Lights.”
You might be forgiven for thinking that you’ve stumbled upon previously unreleased PassCode, and you in fact may have, as this is their official sister group with the same producer, composer, etc. Continue reading