A lot of the world may have ground to a halt but, for now at least (largely due to the logistics of the internet age), Japanese artists continue to release tons of…

If Yosh Morita could tell his 20-year-old self anything, it would be to survive and keep surviving. “Life in the music industry isn’t a fantasy, it’s as real as the passion you…

Laura Ribeiro is here to chronicle every high and low of adulthood; from dealing with an eating-disorder, her musical journey as an established, bold and independent artist in Tokyo, and the process…

The TW team has gone full remote, and what better way to get work done at home than with a chill playlist? With Spotify recently revealing that the calming genre is without…

Seeing as so many of us are finding ourselves spending far more time inside than usual these days, what better company is there than music? Speaking of which, I’ve actually had almost too…

Seeing as so many of us are finding themselves spending far more time inside than usual these days, what better company is there than music? To help provide a mental reprieve from…

The Latin expression “omne trium perfectum” states that everything that comes in threes is perfect, or is at least, a complete set. Charlie had three angels, d’Artagnan had three musketeers and now,…

One might expect the best Japanese music releases from February to be rather love-obsessed but, in truth, music’s always pretty romance-themed. I’ve never been the cheesy kind but, not wishing to be…

Owl Eyes, Australian indie-pop song writer and songstress is back in Japan for the Snow Machine Music Festival and her debut Japan tour. Owl Eyes regularly performs with Flight Facilities, including coveted slots at…

Jonas Blue, DJ, songwriter, record producer, pop mega-powerhouse is back in Japan for his sold out The Blueprint 2020 Tour Japan. He will be traveling to seven cities throughout his tour, starting…

For a genre heard of by so few, math rock (or at least the ideas behind it) has been one of the most prominent pillars of progressive and experimental rock music for…

Music writer and blogger Ed Cunningham has traveled Japan, following a diverse range of Japanese artists, from Melt Banana and Boredoms to Sheena Ringo. Here’s Ed’s cure for those winter blues – a round-up of a…