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La Veuve Moustachue "Les Vacances de la Veuve Moustachue" (12")
La Veuve Moustachue (aka "hige no mibōjin" in Japanese) is releasing an album on vinyl! This unit of Kishino You-ichi and composer/pianist Gary Ashiya first released a 5-song mini-album of the same title in 2002. All of those 5 songs...
Posted on November 15, 2016 at 23:49
Electronic World Cup 2010
Text and photos by Patrick Benny for Tokyo's Coolest Sound It's been a month already since I went to this really fun event titled "Electronic World Cup 2010". Organized by Kishino Yūichi (hige no mibōjin aka La veuve moustachue aka...
Posted on December 18, 2010 at 14:08
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Hoshino Michiru "suteki ni X'mas Night" (7"+CD)
Yes it's getting time for Christmas music! Hoshino Michiru has a new single out this week, including new song "suteki ni X'mas Night" which is arranged by Gary Ashiya (of La veuve moustachue)! The B-side, also Christmas-themed, is taken from...
Posted on November 29, 2016 at 21:54
Original Soundtrack "Salaryman NEO gekijoban (wara)"
The soundtrack for movie "Salaryman NEO gekijoban (wara)" (aka "Japanese Salaryman NEO") was produced by Gary Ashiya, an artist mostly working as a producer behind the scenes but also well know for the beautiful sounds of hige no mibōjin (The...
Posted on November 16, 2011 at 22:56
This is a first mini-album by Rufran, a new unit by Gary Ashiya, a famous producer who has done a lot of soundtrack works, as well as producing many artists such as Nagisa Yōko and hige no mibojin (La veuve...
Posted on July 5, 2008 at 14:43
Jon the Dog double-release
Jon, the singing and organ-playing dog (really a girl in a fantastic costume), has two interesting CDs coming out soon. The first, "Jon (inu) e, takkomu Disk deko" (「ジョン（犬）へ、たっこむディスク凸」), is a tribute album where no less than 18 artists cover...
Posted on December 3, 2004 at 11:33
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