Your Homicidols Weekender #186

2020 decided that we needed some civil unrest on top of our pandemic and the global music industry reponded with #theshowmustbepaused. The effects seemed to trickle down even into the chika idol world. There seemed to be fewer releases this week than normal, but the roster of livestream performances this weekend is still pretty robust.  Either way, we’ve survived another crap week in 2020 so here’s your truncated weekender, curfew-with-your-quarantine edition.

BURST GIRL with a cautionary tale about raising the dead.

BiSH with a timely reminder for us.

When not spreading love, BiSH are re-opening department stores.

GO TO THE BEDS (formerly known as half of GANG PARADE) dropped a teaser for their first full album.

RAY wants you to buy their stuff.

TRASH-UP!! Records has uploaded SAKA-SAMA‘s most recent album, “DAYDREAM” onto YouTube! If you haven’t already done so, now’s your chance to check out

one of the best albums of the year so far!

Osaka’s Gaisei Utopia Kakumei are what Homicidols is all about!

Chiaki Mayumura‘s new single, complete with noises sent in by fans, is out.

NEMLESSS acoustic is two words I never expected to see together:

Risano from lyrical school did a collaboration with herself and her alter ego.

SPARK SPEAKER is always good.

Congratulations to Kotetsu from Yukueshirezutsurezure for winning the world record for World’s Most Adorable Photo Bomb.

Oshiloss Corner

(Former LADYBABY) Rei released a new BRATS song.

(ex-avandoned) Kotao is continues to share her fascinating paintings with us…

Happy Birthday to First Summer Uika.

Have a Good Weekend!

One thought on “Your Homicidols Weekender #186

  1. Valuable lesson from Burst-Girl: when you revive the dead, put them in a zombie-resistant cage first. They might not all turn out to be cooperative (like Himari was).

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