We lost so many veteran and A-list talents last year that there were thoughts that 2022 would have a dearth of compelling new chika idol releases. To our surprise, the first several months of this new year have instead seen veteran idols producing some of their best ever work while new units have been dropping captivating releases from the word, “Go!” We usually wait until much later in the year to start tossing around contenders for “Best of the Year” nods, but Team Homicidols is finding ourselves so overwhelmed by the volume, diversity and quality of new music that we felt it was important to make some mid-year citations for posterity.
Yes the Monday Match Game makes one of it’s occasional re-appearances to settle a paramount question to the team at Homicidols. Long time readers may dimly remember the Match Game as a frivolous and, if we’re honest – pointless, contest where we take two things from the idol world which share some superficial connection and encourage you to vote for the one you like best. And we have a chuckle and then forget about it and don’t even look at the results because they aren’t important.
Well this one is important! There are now two idol groups going around with the initialisation MGC and it’s giving me a headache in the Team Chat. Therefore you, our dear public, must decide which of the two following groups gets exclusive use of this three letter abbreviation on the pages of homicidols.com.
There really are some preposterously zany idol group concepts out there aren’t there? From trainspotters to onion farmers to er, trampoline scissor fighters, probably – but imagine if some visionary based a group around the concept of actual singing ability? My friends, conjecture no more and come meet “three-part harmony” idols, Machida Girls’ Choir.