According to the official website, the Japanese three-member VA unit TrySail will be performing the opening theme song “Cobalt” for 「Classroom☆Crisis」. The popular musical duo ClariS will be covering the show’s ED theme, “Anemone.”
According to Moca News, the Blu-ray and DVD jacket covers for Nana Mizuki’s “Live Theater -Acoustic-” have been revealed. It will be released on June 17th, 2015.
Renown Vocaloid producer Mitchie M has released his latest music video for “News 39″ by Hatsune Miku. The video is fully subbed in English and can be seen after the cut.
The Japanese supergroup consisting of veteran anime-theme musicians, JAM Project, has released a new music video for their classic hit “SKILL.” It is entitled, “SKILL-2015-.” You can view the video below.
The official website to 「Sailor Moon Crystal」 is now currently hosting a trailer for the upcoming character song collection album — in stores April 29th. A digital global release is also planned for May 20th.
The full music video for Nana Mizuki’s 32nd single “Angel Blossom” is now available for view. The song is also known as the opening theme for the TV anime, 「Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha ViVid」.
Last night, virtual idol Hatsune Miku made her U.S. television debut by performing on CBS’ The Late Show with David Letterman. The song chosen was “Sharing the World” from Vocaloid producer ELEKI. The special live was in promotion of the upcoming Hatsune Miku Expo in Los Angeles (October 11th-12th) and New York (October 17th-18th). You can check out the video after the cut.
The Japanese idol group Momoiro Clover Z has released the official music video for their recent MOON PRIDE single — also known as the opening theme for Sailor Moon Crystal. The MV features an extensive amount of animated scenes from the new series. You can view it yourself after the cut.
Marvelous AQL’s upcoming rhythm game for the Playstation Vita, entitled 「IA/VT Colorful」, features 60 songs from Vocaloid’s IA. The first promotional video for the upcoming game is available for view after the cut.
The Japanese music quartet fhána recently released an animated music video for their single “kotonoha breakdown” — a song written when they first formed the group before their debut. The MV is directed and animated by Takashi Ohashi; with character designs by Yuzusa. You may locate the video after the cut.