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Mar 08

[interview] KiLLKiLLS – Punk Rock to Die For

Article written by David Cirone As the former leader and guitarist of Japanese band ketchup mania, unapologetic punk-rocker DAI is no stranger to USA fans. In 2008-2009,DAI toured America with ketchup mania to perform at Sakura-Con, A-KON, SXSW, and the nationwide Japan Nite tour. After the sudden breakup of ketchup mania in 2009, DAI formed …

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Nov 01

[press release] JapanFiles presents HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR at Sakura-Con 2010

October 31, 2009 – Japanese rock band HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR returns to the USA with a new vocalist and heavier sound. HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR will play a live concert at Sakura-Con 2010 and attend autograph and Q&A sessions for fans during Sakura-Con’s three-day event in Seattle, WA on April 2-4, 2010. Sakura-Con information …

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Oct 09

[press release] Dazzle Vision to perform at Sakura-Con 2010

Japanese rock band Dazzle Vision to perform at Sakura-Con 2010 October 9, 2009 – Japanese indie rock band Dazzle Vision will make their North American debut at Sakura-Con 2010. The band will perform a live concert and attend autograph and Q&A sessions for fans during Sakura-Con’s three-day event in Seattle, WA on April 2-4, 2010. …

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Aug 04

[press release] New Girugamesh Single “BORDER” on JapanFiles

New girugamesh single “BORDER” available on JapanFiles August 4, 2009 – Japanese rock band girugamesh releases its latest 2-track single “BORDER” in Japan today, and it’s available on the JapanFiles digital music website on the same day as its Japanese release. Fans in North America can download the single for just 99 cents a track …

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Jul 16

[press release] JapanFiles Forms Partnership With Japanese Music Distributor BounDEE, Inc.

July 15, 2009 – JapanFiles celebrates its 5th anniversary this week by announcing a partnership with Japanese music distribution/sales/rights agency BounDEE, Inc. JapanFiles and BounDEE will work together in the coming months to expand the catalog of independent artists available to Japanese music fans through the JapanFiles.com digital music website.

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