G-Schmitt is a disbanded Japanese post-punk band. While the lyrics have a gloomy feel, the music is often cold, and live performances used to be very organic and aggressive. http://sound.jp/g-schmitt/ (Japanese site)
楽しい音楽 (Tanoshī Ongaku) were a duo likely consisting of instrumentalist 吉川洋一郎 (Yoichiro Yoshikawa) and noted folk pop singer あがた森魚 (Morio Agata), however this cannot be entirely verified as the project has faded into obscurity over the years and relatively little is known about the band.
いんど猫 (Indo Neko) was a new wave/post-punk indie band with psychedelic influences.
They formed in Tokyo, Japan in 1986 and the lineup consisted of ヤマトヤ (Yamatoya) on vocals/guitar, くらげ (Kurage) on bass and アライ (Arai, previously known as ユウコ/Yuko) on drums.
ゲルニカ (Guernica), presumably named after the famous painting Guernica by Pablo Picasso, is a Japanese trio from the 1980s that specializes in avant-garde music in a retro 1920's and 30's cabaret style. Their early recordings are primarily electronic (using synthesizers instead of traditional acoustic instruments) but their later works are performed by a live orchestra.
Both ferocious and intensely musical, 水玉消防団 (romanji: Mizutama Shobodan, which translates to Polka Dot Fire Brigade, a name they're sometimes also referred to as) was a group of anti-glamour tough chick post-punk Japanese gals fronted by Tenko, the one time Mrs.
Japanese new wave duo. They debuted with the EP "Do Do'n' Ka-Don!" in 1984, which was produced by Michinari Yamada. The members were Mayumi Chiwaki (vocals) and Wataru Hoshi (guitar). Status: Disbanded Discography:
Do Do'n' Ka-Don! (EP) (1984)
Raku Raku Kiraku (EP) (1984)