Uh … spoiler alert?
Whereas there was very good reason to be excited that something bizarre or afflicted or fun or at least boot-stomping from the idol ranks could have been selected to perform at Paris’s Japan Expo, of course those hopes were dashed, as we were warned. No, no & Crazy, no Yandoll, no Deathrabbits, not even somebody interesting like Hauptharmonie.
Here’s the winner: Continue reading
Yes or no, up or down, I’M SHARING IT ANYWAY!
Don’t pretend like you’re too cool for “Nande.”
This does, however, answer any questions I’ve ever had about whether Bucho’s vocals are live.
Earlier today, or last night in Japan (I love time zones!), the first semifinal in the Tokyo Candoll competition to perform at Japan Expo in Paris was held:
We had already seen Necronomidol’s clever means to build their fans at the show, but no, the Dark Girls weren’t selected. But suitably sick, heavy, afflicted, weirdo idols after our own hearts not only advanced, but swept the podium 1-2-3. Continue reading
I literally didn’t understand what Necroma was tweeting about so much yesterday, and the attached photos kind of sucked, so I just assumed the references to clothing sizes were, like normal, for shirts. No more was thought of it until:
I say! This now warrants a closer inspection: Continue reading
This has previously been discussed in the context of Necronomidol making a pitch for support, but Pascal on Facebook re-alerted me to Tokyo Candoll and put together for me why a bunch of groups were suddenly tweeting about it.
Here’s Pascal’s message:
In brief: Tokyo Candoll is a contest in Japan to decide which idol group will play on a big stage in Japan Expo (Paris). 92 contesters in february, 49 nowadays, and a few of them are well-known of this page.