Nippon Music Champ Play List For 3/14/2010

Song Title / Artist / Album

6:00pm to 6:30pm

1. Kagefumi / Hyakkei / Standing Still In A Moving Scene
2. Plum Song / Omodaka / Plum Song EP
3. Soran Bushi / Umekichi / The Voice Of Geisha Doll
4. Taiyou wa Naiteiru / Ayumi Ishida / Nippon Girls (VA)
5. Nanairo no Kubikazari / The Psycrons / Wild Sazanami Beat Volume 3
6. Furari no Sekai / The Captains / Shinsekai
7. Chadan Danshi / Tsu Shi Ma Mi Re / Tsu Shi Ma Mi Re to Rock to Beer de

6:30pm to 7:00pm

8. Fine Wave / Molice / Catalystrock
9. Inori / Molice / Catalystrock
10. Sunrise Sunset / The Badge / Touch
11. Niterune / Sherbets / Miracle
12. Ksana / 4 Bonjour's Parties / Pigments Drift Down To The Brook
13. Hikari no Hana / Small Color / In Light

7:00pm to 7:30pm

14. Child Jazz Band's Playing On The Snow / Milch of Source / Seasons 1/4 (for Winter's Chillout)
15. Winter Loves You / Milch of Source / Seasons 1/4 (for Winter's Chillout)
16. Nostalgic Fantastic / Milch of Source / Seasons 1/4 (for Winter's Chillout)
17. Before A Spring Breeze / Milch of Source / Seasons 1/4 (for Winter's Chillout)
18. In His Left Pocket / Anchorsong / The Storytelling EP
19. Caroling Hellwalker / world's end girlfriend / Dream's End Come True

7:30pm to 8:00pm

20. Wakannai (I Don't Know) / The Dolomites / Japan Nite 2010 Sampler
21. Yoidore / The Dolomites / Nanjakoriya?
22. Gokuraku Hakaba / Goto Izumi + Accordion / I am a piteous accordionist.
23. Banka no Achira / Hvanella / 0
24. Mind The Gap / Quruli / The Worlds In Mine

Show Notes:

Lots of new music this week on NMC! All this month I'll be featuring songs from Molice's forthcoming album Catalystrock, due for release on March 24th. Formed in 2007, Molice are Rinko on Rhythm Guitar & Vocals, Yuzuru Takeda on Guitar, Ikuhiro on Bass, and Takashi Koyama on Drums.

Two artists made their NMC debut this week: milch of source and The Dolomites. Milch of Source (Ryoma Maeda) is an electronic musician and producer who has just begun a series of four seasonal "chillout" EPs. Seasons 1/4(for winter's chillout) was recently released and is available through iTunes.

The Dolomites were founded by Stevhen Hoji Iancu, who is half Japanese, half Romanina, and "was born on a boat that was crossing the English Channel from Holland to Great Britain back in the 1900s." He describes his music as "Global Monster Gypsy Muszik" and was once a touring member of Gogol Bordello. Wakannai is currently available for free as part of a digital Japan Nite 2010 sampler on Hear Japan and Yoidore is available from the band's website.
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