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Feb 02

[interview] Lolitawork with Kanon Wakeshima

Kanon Wakeshima, a beloved gothic Lolita model and protégé of Mana, keeps busy. She released her second album Shoujo Jikake no Libretto – Lolitawork Libretto last July. It’s a fairy tale and coming-of-age story that carefully works love, frustration and hidden messages into its pop sound. Wakeshima collaborated with another Kanon, the former bassist of …

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Nov 15

[review] Shoujo Jikake no Libretto – Lolitawork Libretto by Kanon Wakeshima

The multi-talented singer, cellist, pianist and adorable gothic lolita Kanon Wakeshima has been making fans all over the world since her first album, Shinshoku Dolce, in 2009. Her songs have been featured in anime and video games, and she has played concerts in Europe and the United States. Her new album, Shoujo Jikake no Libretto …

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Jul 21

[interview] Kanon Wakeshima – A Doll's Story

Adorable, sweet and cute are what you think when you first see Kanon Wakeshima. Her dress is an exclusive design from Mana (Moi-même-Moitié). The floor length gown is blood red and it hugs her tiny waist before blossoming out like a rose around her. Sitting daintily atop her head is a matching hat with lace …

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Jun 17

[press release] Moi dix Mois at Anime Expo® 2009 as Official Guest of Honor

Malice Mizer Front Man, Mana, to Attend Nation’s Largest Anime and Manga Convention Anaheim, California (June 17, 2009) — Visual kei fans get ready for a musical explosion as Moi dix Mois rocks Anime Expo® 2009 as an official Guest of Honor for the nation’s largest anime and manga convention held July 2-5, 2009 at …

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May 11

[press release] Cellist/Vocalist Kanon Wakeshima to Make US Debut at Otakon

Baltimore, MD (May 11, 2009) – Rising star Kanon Wakeshima will make her US debut at Otakon 2009. Wakeshima brings a unique and haunting sound composed of baroque cello, strong vocals, and electronic arrangements. A promising newcomer who took up the cello at age 3, Wakeshima began performing at age 15, splitting her time between …

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