Music Finds #4 – Sis knows her JP music
“Music Finds” is a new series, with new posts here on the blog each Wednesday. The concept is as follows:
As I listen to a lot of music, I from time to time finds a piece that sticks out, sometimes because it’s quirky, mixed two very unlikely genres, unlikely instruments, or just damn right having an awesome sound. Expect any kind of genre to appear here. These songs is what I will be sharing with you in these posts called “Music Finds”.
I have two younger sisters, Carro and Izzey. I share different interests with them, mainly books and western music with Carro, and mainly Japanese music and games with Izzey. You might wonder why I write you about this? It is only to give you a little background. Today Izzey told me about this band, a Japanese band, that apparently is HUGE.
“I’m sure you, who keep track on the Japanese scene, have heard of them, they’re experimental and quite big!”
I just nodded and waited for her to present them. Sekai No Owari.
It rang no bells. Zero.
But these guys are surely experimental. I’m not to fond about the mixing in some songs, and absolutely not amused about their (to my knowing) frequent use of auto-tune, but this song that I am to present to you, really sticks out.
It’s mellow, but still got identity. Interesting meaning, a nice laid back beat with an upright base, piano and semi-rapping vocals.
I hope that you all will enjoy.
Sekai No Owari – Anti-Hero
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