Sokabe Keiichi is a singer-songwriter from Kagawaken, Japan. Now a solo artist he was previously lead singer and guitarist for Japanese 90s indie group 「サニーデイ・サービス」 'Sunny Day Service'. As well as releasing his own records, Sokabe runs Rose Records, a Japan based Independent record label.
Sunny Day Service is a three-piece guitar band from Japan. Originally formed in 1992 as a punk band, the group consisted of 曽我部恵一 (Keiichi Sokabe), Takashi Tanaka, and other members. They released the EP "Cosmo-Sports" and independent album "Super Disco", and in 1994 the "Hoshizora no doraibu" (Starry Sky Drive) and "Cosmic Hippie" EPs.
Siamese Cats (シャムキャッツ) is a Japanese rock band formed in 2009. The members are Tomoyuki Natsume (夏目知幸, vocals/guitar), Shin'ichi Sugawara (菅原慎一, guitar/vocals), Tomoyuki Ôtsuka (大塚智之, bass/backup vocals) and (藤村頼正, drums/backup vocals).
二階堂和美/Nikaido Kazumi/Nikaidoh Kazumi was born in Hiroshima where she began performing with local bands in the early nineties. She moved to Tokyo later in the decade to pursue her musical career more seriously. She has collaborated with a wide range of artists and has released a solo album, 'Mata Otoshi-mashita-yo' ('You Dropped Something Again, Didn't You?').
Eiko Ishibashi is a singer songwriter as well as frequently participating in sessions with other musicians. Her performances usually revolve around the piano and drums but she can also play the flute and the vibraphone.
銀杏BOYZ (Ging Nang BOYZ) is the successor to the rock band GOING STEADY. Similar to the former band, the main themes in 銀杏BOYZ's music are love and boredom; their style is often referred to as 青春パンク (Youth Punk). As the genre implies, the majority of the band's fan base consist of young adolescents.