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No Borders No Race: Episode San-Juu-Nana

No Borders No Race: Episode San-Juu-Nana

King Baby Duck corrects himself as he explains why he reported on a Nintendo news story that (predictably) turns out to be fake, and praises the Grammys for finally embracing electronica with Daft Punk getting the big wins. A long-deserved memorial to Hideki Yoshimura of bloodthirsty butchers (who passed away last year) is given, as KBD laments on the hardships of doing a J-POP show far away from the scene itself. Then Hayao Miyazaki throws a jab at otaku ruining the anime industry, and our host gives advice to those wanting to be a part of the industry on how to better themselves as storytellers.

Plus on this week's "Nazo-Nazo Nihongo" Sawa-sensei shares what her New Year's was like, and teaches our listeners some of the traditions that take place during the start of a new year.


  1. Tommy heavenly6 - MILK TEA (from the album TOMMY ICE CREAM HEAVEN FOREVER)
  3. Sleepy Kitty - Don't You Start (from the album Projection Room)
  4. bloodthirsty butchers - Korinai Men Men (from the album youth)
  5. THE CHERRY COKE$ - Country Roads (from the album SEVEN)
  6. Teddybears (feat. Flaming Lips) - Crystal Meth Christian (from the album Devil's Music)
  7. Guitar Wolf - Can-Nana Fever (from the album Jet Generation)
  8. Asian Kung-Fu Generation - Machine Guns to Keiyōshi (from the album Landmark)
  9. The Change Up - Monday Morning (official Facebook page)
  10. BERRY ROLL - Daydreaming (from the album Daydreaming)
  11. FLiP - Konya Tsuki De Aimashou (from the album XX emotion)

Banging the drum hard and heavy, it's No Borders No Race: Episode San-Juu-Nana!

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The J-POP king of America, Evan has been bringing the hottest sounds of the Land of the Rising Sun to the English-speaking public since his college radio days. He's also an expert in the gaming, anime, & manga realms, never afraid to get critical when the times call for it. Born & bred in Boston, he achieved his biggest dream yet by making the big move to Tokyo, Japan in Summer 2023! For personal inquiries, contact Evan at evan@b3crew.com. For press/band inquiries, write to us at thebastards@bostonbastardbrigade.com. (Drawing by AFLM of Wicked Anime)