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    Best Sports Anime Revealed

    Although anime has its roots firmly planted in Japanese culture, it is fair to say that it has become something of a worldwide phenomenon in the 21st century. The concepts and themes behind anime undoubtedly translate well across borders and that ethos is what has helped it succeed on the international stage. The artwork behind […]

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    Mimi Tachikawa: One Of Anime’s Greatest Gay Icons

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    There’s no way you DON’T remember Mimi Tachikawa, the infamous girl who stole the hearts of many through her sincere yet blunt personality on the popular anime show Digimon. Through season 1, we watched her make hilarious dramatics but also saw her character grow. By the next season, her image was different. But the bubbly […]

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    Top Five Anime Fight Scenes

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    We absolutely love all forms of anime and when it comes to butt kicking the evil enemy, we’re all for it! Check out our top five anime fight scenes featuring a heavy dose of girl power! 1) Cardcaptor Sakura (Cardcaptors) Meilin Li (Meilin Rei) Vs. The Fight Card The 1999 anime captured the hearts […]

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    5 Must Watch Magical Girl Animes

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    If you’re a big anime fan (or perhaps are just now delving into anime) then our top five best magical girl genre animes will have you gagging for more! 1) Sally The Witch While probably unknown to many, Sally The Witch is considered the first magical girl genre anime in Japan. Created in the 1960’s by […]

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    Regard Drops New Music Video For “Signals”

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    Two weeks on from the release of his latest single Signals, BRIT nominated DJ and producer Regard unveils the tracks accompanying music video starring featured vocalist Kwabs. Directed by Stephen Agnew (Wolf Alice, Pale Waves) the super creative, cinematic clip embraces “low-lit lighting, upside down camera work and more” to produce the perfect visual accompaniment for […]

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    D.E.L Releases Low-Slung, Dazzling “Yoko”

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    Sydney-based trio of brothers D.E.L released their single/music video, “Yoko,” not long ago. Talking about the song, D.E.L shares, “‘Yoko’ was created over the last 6 months and was named after a character from an anime which helped us get through our childhood. This track is heavily inspired by a moment in time, where it […]

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    Ivytide explore the feelings of vulnerability and openness in their new EP ‘softy’

    Ivytide is the music project of three friends from Montreal, Canada, who also happen to love indie pop music. The name comes from the marriage of their initial interest in floral aesthetic & the accompaniment of smooth, flowing, experimental RnB. Hence ivy (flowers) and tide (waves). “Great, and very excited about our EP release,” the trio […]

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    DJ SODA & Lost Chameleon Team Up on “Okay!,” ft. Ahin of MOMOLAND

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    DJ SODA and Lost Chameleon join forces to release “Okay,” featuring Ahin of the group MOMOLAND. Released via the Purple Fly label, the song merges the energies of K-pop and electronic dance music into a galvanizing song. Not only a thriving DJ, but also a renowned fashionista, DJ SODA has partnered and modeled for prestigious […]

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    Katy Perry Unveils New Epic & Video For ‘Electric’

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    Katy Perry lives out one of her childhood fantasies today (May 14th), with the unveiling of her brand new single, Electric – a super uplifting track, released in collaboration with Pokémon’s 25th Anniversary celebrations. Created by Katy especially for Pokémon 25: The Album, which will be released later this year via Universal Music Group’s Capitol Records, the […]

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