Mamoru Samuragochi

At one point featured by Time Magazine in 2001 as a “digital-age Beethoven,” Japanese composer Mamoru Samuragochi, 50, admitted to having hired a ghost writer/composer for most of his iconic works. Samuragochi quickly shot to fame in the mid-90s with … [Read More]

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Celer

A transplanted secret in Japan, Will Long who goes under the moniker “Celer,” lives in Tokyo, has quickly been gaining a following for his new-ambient works. His latest album 日没 Nichibotsu, released today proves he’ll one of the top … [Read More]

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Yoshiki

Heralded as a music god in Japan and one of the country’s most iconic rockstars, Yoshiki will be streaming his first ever U.S. solo classical concert live from the GRAMMY Museum via USTREAM tonight at 8 PM Pacific Time. The … [Read More]

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