Selective Hearing's full report on PUFFY AmiYumi's appearance at Anime Boston 2017 including a concert review and interview.
Steve is a contributor and resident music nerd for Selective Hearing, specializing in Japanese idol industry commentary and coverage. A lifetime musician, film lover, journalist, video game fanatic, philosophy enthusiast, and idol aficionado. A dweller of the idol scene since the late 1990s, he loves to discuss industry trends and ideas, past or present.
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Anime Boston 2017 is shaping up to be a great convention this year with musical guests and anime industry veterans including PUFFY AmiYumi, OKAMOTO's, and many more
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Hirasawa Susumu has been making his own brand of unique synth-based music since the mid-1980s, but the 90s was when his music took a much bigger turn and he started writing soundtracks for TV shows, movies, and video games. His soundtrack for the 1997 anime of Miura Kentaro's Berserk came to define the exceptional series and give the anime the staying power it needed to become a cult classic.