>>50082943 >posting one of the Perfume instrumental interludes >tfw brings theone from Level 3 to mind Nakata What is this? Why did you make a 7 minutes trance track in 2013, and why is it on my Perfume album?
>>50082803 k-pop is an imitation of western hip hop/dance pop that fans treat like sports team ruled over by shitty talent agencies. it's a giant reality show.
j-pop is a heavily produced style of pop music derived from old kayoukyoku and western pop/rock/disco from the '60s and '70s that came to a fore in the '90s. a lot of it is shit but there's some gems.
pretty good j-pop: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESZSKERJmwg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECxBHhMc7oI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlwCZm2MQbQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6m_ycuT-FZ4 http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/Tommy-february6---EVERYDAY-AT-THE-BUS-STOP/92963bc1a7b8c5ce7c51f5284e2ef58c
some popular songs of varying quality: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwacTv-6DK4 http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/ayumi-hamasaki---evolution/00be659d23b0b40508169cdee4545771 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Db5kfbYUXU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JFbcAriZkE
>>50082943 not really but j-pop is—i grant you—a lot more interesting in general.
>>50083527 Well, considering the way the vocals are sampled, re-tuned, chopped and such, they are almost an instrument more than anything. Not that there is anything wrong with that. And not that it isn't already the point of Perfume in a way. Actually, it would be interesting if Nakata and Perfume tried to go further down that road and make more long tracks with looser structures and less "traditional" singing. At least it wouldn't give the impression that Perfume are stuck singing over leftover Kyary instrumentals played on a synth...
>>50083592 >not that it isn't already the point of Perfume in a way welp
the lyrics are pretty easily comprehensible though, so i wouldn't put on that level personally.
>it would be interesting if Nakata and Perfume tried to go further down that road and make more long tracks with looser structures and less "traditional" singing. that's pretty much capsule
>the impression that Perfume are stuck singing over leftover Kyary instrumentals played on a synth this is probably the oldfag deep weeb j-pop fan in me speaking, but i always thought kyary was one note compared to perfume and capsule. i used to say that nakata's work could easily find an international audience and i thought it would be perfume that did it, but then kyary came out. perfume can do the cute thing, but they're a lot sleeker and more postmodern. oh well. i guess kyary fit the "weird girl" minaj/gaga thing better.
>>50083789 >kyary was one note compared to perfume and capsule. Kyary is apparently all ready to go much further with crazy aesthetic and image, which can be interesting especially when coupled with matching music which has pretty much been the case so far. It's just not the same thing since she completely stays out of the "technopop" side of things and is more like a continuation of shibuya-kei instrumental madness. Then the problem is that Nakata is busy milking every last cent out of her to care about Perfume and Capsule.
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