Discovering and then losing Psybou Kanojo in the span of a week earlier this year was a little bit of a blow: I was momentarily fan-smitten with this solo idol crushing some of the most violent, this-is-what-the-word-means idolcore you’ll ever hear, and Utena Yuki’s sudden departure from the project was unpleasant.
She did ultimately hold a final farewell live a couple of weeks ago, and I was holding out hope for some live video from the event (a vain hope, as it turned out). But tweets like this, indicating that attendees would be able to access unreleased music, made me wonder if maybe
that stuff would find its way online:
we like opportunities to smash the creations of others together to celebrate the best things about each entry and take it all to another level, and oh because there’s this contest going on, and also because it involves Psybou Kanojo again and that’s a very germane topic and it involves Deathrabbits, who I haven’t had much opportunity to share around lately, here’s a cool one.
In all the excitement of
that mashup with BiSH, it was necessary to check in on the world’s most intense solo idol who as of March was d-u-n done, project canceled. What a good idea!
Yuki will be making an actual official farewell appearance as Psybou Kanojo on August 21.
Oh, great, that’s stupid. No, don’t you get it? Obviously nothing is set in stone or whatever, but just the fact that they booked a performance gives hope that maybe, just maybe, Psybou Kanojo can live again. I think the logo got updated, too. Continue reading
In the spirit of
all this idol mashup goodness, I finally get to share one of the coolest Large Hadron Collider-esque moments in music: BiSH’s “Deadman” meets Psybou Kanojo’s “最◎暴”.
c/o Jul’s protected account, created by this genius YouTuber
Correct: Two of the most violent pieces of music that idols have ever been associated with, when combined, actually become
even more violenter.
I hear things like this, I feel like anything is possible.
with idols leaving their groups and entire projects folding and all of that, I’ve been in a reflective mood, and it took me back to Psybou Kanojo.
Newer people probably weren’t around when
I first discovered that particular sunbeam of chaos, so the sheer excitement of finding songs like this hasn’t worn off yet:
In no way is this a joke.
Literally, immediately. H/T @Jul3rd
So we have a problem.
Before THINKING happens, let’s just…
Kinda needed that.
Psybou Kanojo (“Cell Girlfriend”? Help me out here.). Utena Yuki. She’s the living embodiment of being on point. This is the Twitter. Continue reading