Tenniscoats make warm, playful sounding pop music. Made up of Saya on analog keyboards and Takashi Ueno on guitar they have teamed up with another Japanese duo, Secai, who specialize in atmospheric breakbeats.
YeYe is the pseudonym for Natsuko Hashiguchi(concentrate on popping)'s solo career.
She plays indie pop with soft, gentle vocals. Most of her performances consist of her and her acoustic guitar on stage. OHP: http://yeye.me/
Comprised of two members, Ooya Yuusuke and Odate Kenichi, 'LaB LIFe' is alternative pop at its best. Fusing lively pop songs with a mix of electronica and experimental elements they provide a refreshing sound to the listener while still maintaining the catchiness pop music provides.
Cacoy is a true Japanese allstar-band. The two unconventional popwonders Saya and Ueno from fantastic Tenniscoats and Maher Shalal Hash Baz teams up with DJ Klock a true electronical wiz. Together they are Cacoy!
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口ロロ(kuchiroro) were formed as a break beats unit in 1998 with Koshi Miura as the central figure. Their style has evolved toward pop through trial and error using various instruments such as turn tables and samplers. Their self-titled first album released on WEATHER/HEADZ in 2004 was well-received and selected as the best Japanese rock album of the year by MUSIC MAGAZINE.