Greg is the jack of all trades here at Selective Hearing. He is the creator/administrator/code monkey of the site, host of the weekly podcast, and DJ behind the monthly House mixes.
TOZ is Selective Hearing’s resident Urban music aficionado. He also has a keen interest in K-Pop, sneakers, Star Trek and long walks on the beach. He occasionally fills in for Greg on podcast duties bringing his unique flavor to the program and giving everyone a break from squeaky idol pop and dance music.
Paul brings his fresh faced perspective on Hello! Project and the idol world in general to Selective Hearing keeping us jaded old fans in check. =)
Chiima is the very first female member of the crew. Yes, she is 1st generation and will be the model upon which all future female staff will have to live up to. xD
Most of you probably know her from Okay! Musume Time. In addition to her work there she will be bringing her perspective on idols to Selective Hearing. Whilst still new to groups outside of the Hello! Project fun house, she is willing to venture out and try new ones to broaden her idol horizon.
A fourth-generation Japanese American, Hiro is on the wrong side of 40 and shows no visible signs of fanboy behavior unless standing a few feet from an idol while getting an autograph or handshake. He personally knows Greg, having met him at Sakura-Con 2011 during the aftermath of the Berryz Riot.
He was also witness to him selling his soul to h.NAOTO & Gashicon at AM2. Despite the trauma experienced from those two events, he has decided to provide his version of sarcastic and cynical commentary to Selective Hearing.
NMB is Selective Hearing’s resident International Man of Mystery. If you have a good eye you can catch him covering the numerous Japanese idol appearances around the world.
The resident Perfume fan, Nia strives to keep her fangirlishness of the techno group to a sane level and deliver critiques about them and other J-pop artists in the most affectionately critical way possible. When not writing for Selective Hearing, Nia also writes on her own blog, Nia’s Wonderland.
Sophie provides the coverage of all things K-Pop, when she’s not distracted by shiny objects. She also writes for her own site J-Popping.com.