No Borders No Race: Episode Hyaku-Roku-Juu
Sony drops a big announcement regarding the PlayStation 4, and King Baby Duck gets a little overexcited about it. Then Crunchyroll gets into the cinema game, and Interviews With Monster Girls showcases some strong life lessons in a wonderful (and funny) narrative. The first episode of Powerless shows hope of network TV getting back on track with better & original comedies, and we say farewell to the Cartoon Network staple Regular Show.
PLAYLIST (with album/single links):
- fhána - Forest Map (from the "Aozora no Rhapsody" single)
- Straightener - Ark (from the album Nexus)
- Joel Gion - Tomorrow (digital single)
- ZAZEN BOYS - Si-Ge-Ki (from the album Zazen Boys)
- moumoon - Bon Appetit (from the album No Night Land)
- The Kills - Baby Says (from the album Blood Pressures)
- GitoGito Hustler - Sun Flower (from the Gito Gito Galore EP)
- 12012 - Hallelujah (from the album Mar Maroon)
- SPC ECO - Meteor (from the Under My Skin EP)
- The Emeralds - CAN'T SAY I LOVE YOU BABY (from the album LOVE IS ROLLING)
- BRADIO - Revolution (from the album Freedom)
You know who else loves Japanese music? MY MOM!!!! It's No Borders No Race: Episode Hyaku-Roku-Juu!
The Boston Bastard Brigade kindly encourages you to support these artists, and buy their songs/album. You can find the majority of these releases on CDJapan.co.jp, Amazon.com, iTunes, the bands' official websites & Bandcamps, and your local record stores.
Promotional consideration for tracks three & nine made by Shameless Promotion PR