That’s My Jam is a weekly feature where one person from the Selective Hearing staff goes to wax poetic about music that is pivotal to their musical tastes. Whether that would be an album, a song, or anything in-between. We all had to start somewhere. This week: Florence + The Machine's Ceremonials.
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, <a href="http://niaswonderland.blogspot.co.uk/">Nia’s Wonderland</a>.
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Nia gives Perfume's long-awaited album a more objective listen, finding a smoothly-crafted blend of intense dance songs and sleek, relaxing tunes that for the most part, showcases the best of Perfume.
That’s My Jam is a weekly feature where one person from the Selective Hearing staff goes to wax poetic about music that is pivotal to their musical tastes. Whether that would be an album, a song, or anything in-between. We all had to start somewhere. This week: Arcade Fire's The Suburbs
Nia takes a listen to Aira Mitsuki's latest (and maybe last for a while?) album where she finds the resulting output a somewhat overwhelming but positive sendoff.
What’s the perfect month to release a zombie-themed single? June, apparently! But of course! What else would come to your mind in the first month of summer but mindless zombies gorging on the intestines of helpless humans?
Suki! Suki! Skip! Isn't that just the most precious, cutesy-wootsy, diabetically sweet title you've ever heard? All they need to do is thrown in a fairy princess and some rainbow bunnies and this single will be sweet enough to rot ones teeth!
Yep, Brand-new Idol Society, the idol group based on defying all the current cliches of idol groups, is back with a new single and a new PV to go with it.
After six years of remaining in obscurity, the popular techno group Perfume hit their breakthrough single with Polyrhythm in 2007. And then came April of 2008. Enter the GAME album. With GAME, Perfume hit success beyond their wildest dreams.
Nia counts down her top 20 songs of 2012.