In a few minutes I leave for my big trip home to Canada, which is nice since it’ll be my first time back in two years. Most of the time will be spent in my hometown, but this week I’ll spend some time in Montreal, and at the end of the trip we stay a […]
The Hermes shop in Ginza.
I very rarely have bad experiences in Tokyo, but last night’s outing to the a-bridge cafe/bar in Sangenjaya left a bad taste in my mouth. I went there, a place I’ve been to a few times, to get a few pics for a piece I was going to write for a German magazine, and brought […]
Why should you be following the Shobus Diary? Momus explains: I’d like to draw your attention to a most extraordinary tour that’s going on in Japan right now, and being blogged in an excellent collective blog. Shobus Diary documents Shobo Shobo artists O.lamm, Domotic, Davide Balula, and Minifer’s “Shoboshobus / Mobium Japan Tour 2005”. (Ishida […]
Yuki went out last night and snapped a whole bunch of pics in Shibuya.
Last chance to catch Kiiiiiii live for a while! From Neomarxisme: Kiiiiiii will be playing their last major concert of the summer (they’re going on hiatus until the Autumn release of their debut CD and DVD) this Monday, August 1st, at Shinjuku Red Cloth. Opening act: the two-drummer math-rock stylings of Clisms (pronounced: “Christmas”). Doors […]
I spotted this nice-looking cafe the other day in Aoyama, but didn’t have time to go in for a drink. It’s on the road that leads to the Maisen restaurant.
“Radio OK Fred 07” is now up, and you should see it pop up in your feed if you’ve subscribed to it. The is the first show that I’m not a part of, and it’s all my fault — I had to back out of our scheduled recording session at the last minute, and asked […]
The Nakaochiai Gallery is trying something a bit different on Friday — hosting a musical performance! Nakaochiai Gallery presents: Mink Engine LIVE on the last show for their summer tour. Friday July 29, 7pm – 10pm entrance is FREE This Friday MINK ENGINE will play the last show of their summer tour of Europe, UK […]