Guso Drop’s New Video Will Light a Fire under Your Ass

It’s here! Guso Drop’s first real video in like forever!

Made you look! That’s actually just video from Anna’s birthday live the other day. Pretty decent cover of “Headbanger!!” at any rate. No, it’s the “Gushin” video that you came for, and it’s the “Gushin” video that you’ll get. Continue reading


Who Wants to See Guso Drop’s New PV?

The correct answer is “I do! I do!” if you’re a fan. And it should be even if you aren’t, because while the pun doesn’t actually make any sense (or even actually be a pun, given that the title is something different), this is exciting-ass stuff:

And speaking of idolcore-as-hell

Goddamn, Guso Drop, we were worried about you! Continue reading


Guso Drop to … uh, Drop More Vinyl

I’ll just let John do the heavy lifting:

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Seismic: Saki Is Leaving Guso Drop

The end of the year will be the end of Saki’s time in Guso Drop. The Heaviest Idol in the World is losing its center.

But not all of the news is bad, I guess. Continue reading


Thank the Universe for Video of My Favorite Guso Drop Song

Man, ever since I got to enjoy the actual Guso Drop version of “No. 18” on their very good Mushi EP, I’ve been meaning to try to find some live video of it. Fortunately, it showed up on the Guso Drop Facebook group yesterday, thereby saving me the hassle of having to type things into a YouTube search.

Thanks again, Viz!

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What’s Cooking in Guso Drop’s Kitchen?

Guso Drop fans, set your stomachs to churning:

In news so important they made the note in English, Guso Drop will be revealing something of big-ass importance at their second anniversary show next month. Unless the syntax is just that weird and the news is the time and money and 2& stuff. Which would be weird.

Hold on to your butts.


A Kamen Joshi Fan Took in Guso Drop and Had an Unexpected Reaction

Last week, Char T Saki tweeted at me a blog post made by a big Kamen Joshi fan on their experience at a Guso Drop show. I thought, that’s got to be interesting, so I asked for a translation (the thing was in Japanese!), and Saki was able to oblige.

If you’re new, or if you aren’t familiar with Kamen Joshi/Alice Project and/or Guso Drop, the reason that I found this interesting was in the clash of styles: Kamen Joshi trends toward big, melodic idol rock and idol metal, doing colorful daily shows in their own home theater and boasting a #1 single, etc.; Guso Drop are like the queens of the underground, doing gritty-ass hardcore and assorted un-idol performance down in the muck. Though both are technically independent and employ some similar visual elements on stage (weapons, basically), they’re very different.

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The Least Shocking Thing of All Is That Things Got Wild at Guso Drop’s Live

Guso Drop may not be part of TIF, but they’re still leading the undercard in a way, and they take second place to nobody in the intensity department. This show looks like vintage Guso: Small venue, loud music and barely controlled chaos:


Here Are Some Highlights from the Sekigahara Idol Wars

Man, you guys are getting loaded down with awesome free concert footage lately. First glimpses at Idol 2.0’s work, and now the Sekigahara Idol Wars have been putting up an absolute ton of sets from this past weekend.

Until the tweets started to fly last week, I’d never even really heard of the Sekigahara Idol Wars, but it’s clearly a lot of fun and maybe kind of a TIF precursor (and more on TIF coming up soon!). While there were plenty of “regular” idols performing, some of our favorites joined in on the fun and showed why we care. Continue reading


It Looks Like Guso Drop Rei’s Birthday Live Was Maybe Just a Little Bit Fun

I’d ordinarily not give that much of a hoot about so-and-so’s birthday lives — give us material or give us death — but any time Guso Drop‘s posting and RTing a bunch of stuff from the show, chances are that it’s worth checking out. Tonight or whatever (screw you, time zones!) is/was Rei’s on-stage birthday party, and it was kind of intense.

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