No Borders No Race: Episode Ni-Hyaku-Juu-Yon
After a plethora of announcements and shoutouts, King Baby Duck dusts off his soapbox as he talks about a recent Twitter spat he had with The IT Crowd creator Graham Linehan. Bill Maher gets into more hot water over his comments about comic books and its fans, and Osamu Tezuka's classic manga series Dororo gets rebooted for a new anime from the same studio behind Ushio & Toro and Zombie Land Saga.
PLAYLIST (with album/single links):
- Mono - After You Comes the Flood (from the album Nowhere Now Here)
- THE HIGH-LOWS - Rocking Chair (from the album Tigermobile)
- Margaret Glaspy - Parental Guidance (from the album Emotions And Math)
- Sora Amamiya - Defiance (CD single)
- Sumire Uesaka - Heisei Umare (from the album No Future Vacances)
- Brim Liski - Duels (from the Duels EP) [in stores March 22]
- Fujifabric - Feverman (from the album F)
- Polysics - You-You-You (from the album Karate House)
- atmig - Dictaphone (from the album Wishes)
- Walkings - A Lot of Toiletries (from the album tomodachi)
- Pile - UnLock (digital single)
- I Am A Rocketship - Intermittent (from the album Mind Graffiti) [in stores February 21]
- Lenny code fiction - Ruby's Day (from the album Montage)
Polishing our swords and ready to make a verbal kill, it's No Borders No Race: Episode Ni-Hyaku-Juu-Yon!
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, YesAsia, Amazon.com, iTunes, the bands' official websites & Bandcamps, and your local record stores.
Promotional consideration for tracks six and twelve made by Shameless Promotion PR.