The debut mixcast featuring Renzu was a big success. Thanks to those who were at last night’s show for a great time and listening session. In case you missed the mixcast for some reason, you can click on the link above to listen to the two-hour session.
This Friday will begin the launch of the new radio show St. Michael’s MixCast! The Professor will be hosting and mixing music from different artists from all over the world. Be sure to check it out if you’re in the mood for some listening!
The debut mix will feature none other than well-known “Japanesque” artist Renzu. After the success of his recent release “Hanafuda”, he’s planning on releasing a pop album sometime before the end of the year. The Professor will be mixing various songs from Renzu and his friends. Who are they, you may ask? You’ll have to find out this Friday when St. Michael’s MixCast launches!
Kyoichi Arakane is a guitarist and songwriter from Ibaraki, Japan. Influenced by the likes of Frank Zappa and Billy Joel, Kyoichi shares some talented, catchy guitar-playing like the fast-paced “Once Upon a Fairy Tale.”
"The idea of this song is that a mythical hero complains archeologists from underground saying ‘Don’t dig my grave. Leave me alone,’" he writes.
can i ask from you knowledge of music, have you heard anything tracks similar to renzu's kamui? i'm strangely addicted to it.
Renzu’s “Kamui” is pretty cool, huh? It’s Japanesque style really adds to the song. It’s the reason why I made a remix of it over a year ago. Nonetheless, you should take a listen at Tanda's music. While his style is more ambient than Renzu's, his music also takes inspiration from Japanese sounds like “Kamui” does.
Last time, I made Rise and Fall. And today, we’ll be taking it apart and really breaking it down, in order to inspect and probe at each part individually. We can be like scientists, for just a little moment. c:
Here’s a short narrative: a long time ago, I once attributed music to complexity. I thought that the more complex it was, the better it would sound. Right? It would seem that way, but I found that the answer lies in simplicity. And so when we dismantle everything to its bare essentials, it sounds like this:
I don’t buy followers, plays, favs, etc. on any of my social accounts. You can confirm this by going to my YouTube account. Nonetheless, people feel like they have to do this in order to be noticed, like this person did.
This Is What A Fake Dance Music Hit Looks Like: One man you’ve never heard of juices his numbers, buys followers and fake plays and is becoming the star you always dreamed of. This is how he does it.
If you’ve noticed me uploading new videos of music I (and others) have done, it means I have a YouTube channel. I’ll admit I’ve neglected this channel in the past, but I will now upload my past (and new) music on the channel once a day, so click on the link to check out the old and new music I have at my YouTube channel!
I made this FAQ primarily for the fans over at Listless Ink, but I also wanted to post this everywhere else too. This FAQ has some commonly asked issues that people run into when installing/running the SonoHana visual novels. I hope I have covered the common issues that people usually have trouble with.
If you’re just getting into the series, and are having problems with SonoHana, you may find your answer by clicking on the link!
If you’ve wanted to get the SonoHana music and art doujinshi that was released in May, but was upset that it was Japan-only, Otaku Republic has a small stock of the doujinshi available for worldwide shipping, so check it out when you have the chance.
Renzu gave me a sketch that he worked on called “Spark”. I swear I have heard this song before when he use to do his live jams on Mixlr. Nonetheless, I took a look at it and decided to turn a short sketch into a full song.
Rather than completely change the song, Renzu’s original sounds are preserved here, making it more of a “collab” than a remix. For now, this is the closest thing to a collab, and hopefully not the last.