Your Homicidols Weekender #180

It’s good to see you again! I’m sort of getting exhausted with nearly everything we post having to exist in the shadow of current events, it risks getting downright oppressive at times, y’know? But at the end of the day, and with every weekender, we want to try to give you something more positive and fun to look towards, even if the feeling is a temporary one. And aside from this collection of tidbits lovingly curated by the team, we want to encourage you to have a go at this weeks fun, which is especially…well, fun!

Also, don’t forget to refer to Daemon’s incredibly helpful livestream timetable! Our man is truly doing a public service here!

Now How About We Do Some Weekending…

What?!! V-Kei beating idols???  Never! Go order more idol cheki!!!

 

Yuyoyuppe’s poetry-core unit, the lyrics dropped a nice new song.

NaNoMoRaL stay-at-home mini-lives are one of those unique special things born of these times…

This WAGAMAMA RAIKA cover of NEVE SLIDE DOWN proves two things.

  1. We need to pay more attention to WAGAMAMA RAIKA
  2. NEVE SLIDE DOWN was gone too soon

We do not give SHINGEKI the attention they deserve.

If anyone thought stay-at-home orders would stop lyrical school, they were wrong.

Is Atarashii Gakkou no Leaders amazing or merely awesome? You decide:

NEO JAPONISM is always good.

The three recent Necronomidol escapees have teamed up with prog-idols XOXO EXTREME to record a track on an upcoming compilation CD.  Chika connoisseurs will find a lot of enticing names on that CD, if they can actually find a way to get hold of the thing.

Here’s like, a crazy-trippy live edit of THE CHILDISH TONES having a total happening with Beni on guest vocals…

“Pink” the new album by RAY that we talked so glowingly about, is now available on all the major streaming platforms, and also purchasable from  iTunes and OTOTOY, quite well ahead of it’s physical release next month!

And in classic old-school idol news, just ahead of a gorgeous new vinyl reissue due next month, the near-legendary city pop album “Adventure” by Momoko Kikuchi is also available for your streaming pleasure!

Oshi Loss Corner

Co-cubed (former Yukueshirezutsurezure) released a new EP from her band Gordon.

A socially distanced Kai (former Screaming 60s) wished herself a happy birthday.

 

Have a Good Weekend! (at home)

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