The album in question is the new album of Ohashi Trio, a Japanese singer-songwriter and composer. Yet, from what I can tell, he's far from your typical image of a singer-songwriter. His talents know no limits, for he can play the guitar, bass, piano and drums. His music is all based around jazz and acoustic music and he's been featured in various different dramas and advertisements.
For those who don't know, last month I introduced a new segment here on A Girl & Her Anime called Fandom Friday - a chance for you to spread the word about talented people in the anime, gaming or K-Pop communities! For the first edition, I'm going to be introducing you to an anime music producer!
SHINee have just reached their tenth anniversary this week and, although I somewhat refuse to believe that they've been around ten years, I thought I'd celebrate it by giving you my top ten SHINee songs!
Creativity is, of course, subjective. What makes something a masterpiece to someone, may be a weird artsy disaster for someone else. If a single collection of anime was to make this divide apparent - it's Genius Party.
Touhou is one of those gaming franchises that you've most likely heard of once or twice, but never really gone out-of-the-way to find out what it's all about. Touhou has become an integral part of Japanese internet culture, and this success is due in no small part to the incredible covers and remixes of Zun's original compositions.
If you've been watching the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics, you've probably come across some incredible sounding music already, especially if you watched the outstanding Opening Ceremony. But what are those songs? I'm here to introduce you to the world of K-Pop!
The following will be an emotional mess but I'm not going to apologise and, as a devoted fan of SHINee for over five years now, I shouldn't have to. I'm not expecting many people to read this, but even if you didn't know who he was, I'd appreciate it if you could read just a little bit.