I Can Only Express My Feelings about the New ayumikurikamaki Single via Emoji

However, the presence of my own editorial standards (yes, they exist, smart-ass) precludes my actual using said emoji to communicate, so we’ll have to settle for words.

What matters: Ayukuma is doing the theme music for another anime, and will be releasing that song as a single in December:

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Insert Bad Pun about Closing Themes by Aina the End

The TeddyLoid + Aina the End collaboration has borne more fruit, amigos, which we knew was going to happen but finally came upon us the other day. How, uh … how do you feel about it?

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Kamen Joshi’s Latest Song Is a Theme Song for Food

The Alice Project’s Kamen Joshi, aka the Mask Girls, aka the Kamen Joshi in the same way that it’s not Ohio State but the Ohio State, don’t do the whole album thing so much, or even the whole single thing at a rate that would fit into more typical idol norms; no, Kamen Joshi, now that they’ve taken over all of the release responsibilities for the constituent elements of the group, are quite a bit too busy with daily stage shows and various endorsements to be doing such trite stuff as singles and albums and MVs (and when they go so far, they only release short versions!).

Now, it’s pretty normal for idols to do theme songs. What’s a little less normal is for idols to do theme songs for food:

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Wanna Hear BiSH’s Anime Theme?

Remember that ish with BiSH (ha) and the mini-album they have coming out, the one that’s going to include an anime theme?

This is that theme:


Good job, John!

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Pretty: BiSH’s St. Chitti Singing So Sweetly

A quick little thing found via the BiSH Facebook fan group:

This normally wouldn’t be an anime kind of site, but folks love anime, and idols and anime are like peanut butter and jelly. This is a little like having Joan Jett singing your show’s closing theme, but that’s fine. Good for Chitti.

POP Checks off One More Idol Thing from Their List

POP, aka Period of Plastic 2 Mercy, aka the continuation/successor of Pla2me, aka once upon a time the most promising alt-idol duo in the game, just put another notch in their belt:

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