This is one that I’d been meaning to come back to for a while, gang, mostly because I have a bit of a fascination with the solo ska idol project Like, Hate, Love, which means that I’m taken with the idea of her new sister unit, Snowdrop.
They debuted … like a week and change ago? But they’re doing gigs, which is the main thing, and are adding video to YouTube, which is a smart thing, so we actually know what they’re like on stage:
If you can Japanese and can fill in some of the blanks, please do!
The crux of the matter is that she alleges abuse by management, and she’s not going to take it anymore. For what it’s worth, she hasn’t tweeted since; also for what it’s worth, she also tweeted out a bunch of idol-obligatory photos and performance updates on the same day; even more for what it’s worth, Carua is normally pretty Twitter-active.
On Saturday, BUNNY KISS’s live went on as planned, with Carua’s performance partner, Kanna, rolling solo:
For the sake of family and sanity, fine people, the rest of the weekend is going to be a restful one for me. Remember to work up your #IdolNightmare entries and get ’em into the thread, and of course check out the bands post if you got the skills and the desire to make heavy-ass idol music with a collection of your peers.
Because you’re fine people, here’s a BUNNY KISS live:
Nominations are still open, too, but we’re going to start making some preliminary decisions this week, so please make sure to get your suggestions official-like.
I actually am human, and therefore occasionally susceptible to human things like illness, and I am feeling quite unpleasant these last several days. So thank you so much, Hauptharmonie, for injecting this little ball of energy into my morning.
Japanese circle pits are weird.
When your entire head and face and chest want to explode, sometimes the only solution is to skank it up!