2004 – 2010 (6 years)
- 星野孝文 (2006 – present)
- 清水哲平 (2004 – present)
- 神山さやか (2004 – present)
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1. THYME is a Japanese J-pop band formed in July 2004.
They had their first live show at a live house in Tokyo in March 2005, and in October of that year THYME released their first independently produced single. In March 2006, they released their second indie single, and July of that year Takafumi Hoshino officially joined the band.
They had their major debut in September 2007 with their first official single "Hello". THYME released their second single "forever we can make it!" in April 2008; the title song was used as the opening theme to the anime series ToLOVERu (ToLOVEる). THYME released their third single "Fly Away" on August 6, 2008 and the title song was used as the opening to the anime Someday's Dreamers : Summer Skies (Mahou Tsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto Natsu no Sora), and the ending theme in August 2008 to Prince 2 and the music program Mupara-Tokku..
THYME released their first studio album "First 9uality" on September 3, 2008 in CD and CD+DVD formats. The band released their fourth single "Aisuru Hito" on December 3, 2008, and the title song was used as the theme song to the live-action film Mahō Tsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto. The band's name comes from the herb thyme which in the Japanese language of flowers holds the meaning of "courage".The band broke up in 2010.
Label: Geneon Entertainment
2. Spencer "THYME" Armstrong is a 19 year old electronic music producer from Toronto, Canada. His range of genres is endless as he tries to get involved with as many genres as he can but mainly focusing on: DnB, Chillout/Downtempo, Garage etc.. His debut album can be downloaded from bandcamp.
Stop mixing the artist pages! Here is Thyme page!
THYME NUMBER TWO (there is no number two, there is Thyme and The Thyme)
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