NMFT9 in October 2016 !!

By admin • May 3rd, 2016

NMFT vol9

My plan is to hold the Next Music from Tokyo tour twice this year.
I will try to have the line-up and tour dates for volume 9 finalized in the next two weeks.

Note: Nothing is official yet!
第9のカナダツアーのラインアップと予定は未だ決定では無い!

After my last trip to Japan in March, I was leaning towards a line-up of: Maison Book Girl, heliotrope, THIS IS JAPAN, skillkills and 虎の子ラミー. All five of these bands were contenders for NMFT8 as discussed in this blog entry on my other website.

Right now, heliotrope is probably my favorite band to watch live.

heliotrope was actually invited to take part in NMFT8 but all of their members work office jobs with strict work schedules so they couldn’t get the necessary time off work to do the tour.
Along with Maison Book Girl, heliotrope is the band I wanted to bring to Canada the most for NMFT9 but unfortunately, their situation hasn’t changed and unless they quit their jobs they’ll never be able to take part in an NMFT tour. Haisuinonasa and a bunch of other bands I’ve wanted to bring to Canada over the years are in the same boat.

So the bad news is I can’t bring heliotrope. The good news is the other group I really wanted to bring can participate and that is: Maison Book Girl

The biggest reason I want to hold NMFT9 this October instead of waiting until May 2017 is because I’m worried Maison Book Girl will blow up in popularity and I won’t be able to bring them if I wait a year. Suiyoubi no Campanella and Oomori Seiko were both interested in NMFT and in both cases I waited just a few months too long and they grew to become megastars (meaning I would have to pay them a huge guarantee of extra money in addition to paying for all their flights/hotels/etc if I were to invite them now). In the half year I considered Maison Book Girl as a candidate for NMFT, their stage presence has improved significantly and their fanbase has ballooned immensely.

They’re still an underground idol group for the time being but not for long. I personally think they’re the next Perfume. 99% of idol groups are hyper and cutesy whereas Maison Book Girl has a much more sophisticated sound and style along the lines of Perfume.

Personally I despise the idol scene for its blatant exploitation of females (often prepubescent; e.g. babymetal) and the fact they steal so much attention away from much more deserving bands/musicians that write and perform their own music. I hate how it celebrates style and superficiality over substance and quality. But having said that I try not to be categoric and always keep an open mind when it comes to music.

Maison Book Girl’s music is sophisticated and awesome and they put on a great show. Just like Oomori Seiko they have their roots and ties thoroughly embedded in the underground music scene. Hell they just recently played their newest CD release show with skillkills, Chaotic Speed King, and Owarikara.
There is so much that distinguishes Maison Book Girl from the typical idol group and I have absolutely no qualms having them become a part of the NMFT roster. Not to mention they’ll make my life a lot easier when it comes to promoting NMFT9 and attracting new fans to the shows. Maison Book Girl also like to switch things up by performing part of their set with the other acts in the show. Here they are collaborating with Chaotic Speed King. (Oomori Seiko also appears as a secret guest during the show.)

Watching the video it’s pretty clear they’re actually singing and not lip-synching. Koshoji Megumi (the blonde) is one of Oomori Seiko’s best friends and I remember watching Megumi stagedive, crowd surf and hang upside down from the ceiling pipes going nuts at one of Oomori Seiko’s shows. I had a chance to talk to the girls and they are all soooooooooo down to earth and amazingly friendly. My plan is to have Maison Book Girl collab with either THIS IS JAPAN or skillkills who are two of the other bands I’m considering for NMFT9.

THIS IS JAPAN are good friends of otori. They play an extremely melodic, hard-hitting and fairly technical brand of modern punk. Their shows are extremely loud and energetic and the great melodies within the songs will have your head bobbing or banging in no time. The only problem is the bassist might have to quit his job just to take part in the tour in October. (damn!)

The whole idea of having skillkills and Maison Book Girl play together on the same bill was so crazy to me I felt it just had to be done and I was very close to bringing this pair together in May for NMFT8.
They play such completely different styles with skillkills being one of the most badass bands on the planet.
But guess what happened: Maison Book Girl actually invited skillkills (and Chaotic Speed King, Owarikara & Oyasumi Hologram) to do a show with them in March. How is that f#cking possible?! They must have stolen the idea from my blog! Nah, I’m not vain enough to believe that but it is a coincidence of epic proportions.

Anyhow, I was a bit weary having both Dalljub Step Club and skillkills as ‘hip hop’-esque bands on the same roster but now I can have my original idea of a skillkills/Maison Book Girl pairing come to fruition.
(note: I haven’t officially asked skillkills about coming in October so I’ll do that right now!)

I feel Maison Book Girl might get lonely being the only female group on the roster so a band like 虎の子ラミー (Toranoko Rammy) would be a high octane band to pair nicely in contrast. They could also be the band to collab with Maison Book Girl for Maison’s mini-band set.
To be honest, Toranoko Rammy’s brand of garage-pop-punk is a bit generic but they are extremely tight as a band and are absolutely ferocious on stage. They’re like a female version of OWARIKARA in terms of charisma and energy level.
These girls have toured all across Japan and they host their own radio show so they already have a lot of experience and advanced communication skills and stage humour for such a very young band.
Unfortunately, they’ve already booked shows in October that conflict with my intended schedule so I would have to change the tour dates to mid-September if I have my heart set on bringing Toranoko Rammy.

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To help draw more fans to the show I am thinking of bringing at least one band that is more recognizable to Canadians who already listen to Japanese music. The three bands in this category that I am considering are:

1. People in the Box

Their manager is a good friend of mine so it’s doable if there are no schedule conflicts.

2. THE NOVEMBERS

Their manager asked if they could come to Canada along with label-mates Kinoko Teikoku during NMFT6 but I had to turn them down because the roster was already set.

3. 雨のパレード (Ame no Parade)

Ame no Parade was the first and main band I wanted to bring last year but when I changed the tour dates from May to June they could no longer participate and I ended up bringing Atlantis Airport instead. I like their older shoegaze/post-rock style much more than their recent ‘city pop’ sound. However, if they’re willing to perform their earlier songs as well I would be okay inviting them again. Out of the three bands they would be the most fun to hang out with in Canada since we’re already friends.

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Other bands I’m considering:

NETWORKS


The problem is like heliotrope they work office jobs and may not be able to get enough time off work.

o’summer vacation


I love this band! And especially this song (“Monique & her tonsils”). This footage is from 4 years ago.
Their new and current drummer is otori’s original drummer.


People who loved otori last year should gravitate heavily to o’summer vacation who are like the less serious, less musically tight but more hardcore cousin of otori.
By the way, I could just bring otori again in October!!

Bakyun the everyday

I’m super good friends with both guitarists (Nobumi and Ino) so it would be a blast to hang out with them in Canada!

bakyun eric me

Chiaki Sato asked Nobumi (and Mio of Microcosm) to sing chorus for Kinoko Teikoku last month during their one-man show.

nobumi mio kinoko

Speaking of Mio of Microcosm:

Mio has a new band called:
ayutthaya
that has the drummer from skillkills as one of its members.
They played their first show last month and the secret guest band at that show was none other than Kinoko Teikoku.

So I could save money by bringing skillkills and ayutthaya together since they share the same drummer. LOL.

If Toranko Rammy can’t make the tour, a similar and suitable back-up plan would be to go with:
ゆゆん (Yuyun)



They’re not as skilled as Toranoko Rammy but their songs are a bit more emo and tread closer to my musical tastes.

羊文学 (Hitsuji Bungaku)


Hitsuji Bungaku is a band I had 2 opportunities to watch in March but didn’t. Before I go to Japan I plan my itinerary of shows to watch well in advance. March 16 was a rare night when I couldn’t find any good shows to catch. That night I hung out with friends but later found out on twitter that Hitsuji Bungaku had played a free show with another cool band called Ululu at a venue 5 min away from my hotel!!!! Two nights later I had another chance to watch them but my friends were holding the musical festival of the year (Kura Fes) in the boonies in Chiba so I ended up missing them again.
Similar to Regal Lily and Gozen Sanji to Taikutsu, Hitsuji Bungaku is another young female band that just recently finished high school. Like Regal Lily they also play a style of emo/shoegaze that reminds me of early Chatmonchy. It’s probably a bit early to bring them so most likely I’ll wait to see them improve, write more songs and see how they are live in person.

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Bands I’ve brought before that I could bring again:

1. otori
2. PENs+
3. Jizue
4. Hyacca

Hopefully, Maison Book Girl, skillkills and THIS IS JAPAN are going to form the core and I plan to bring two more bands for a total of five. Out of the other bands featured above let me know in the comments section which two you would like to see fill out the roster.
Thanks in advance!!

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By Brandon Isleib on May 3rd, 2016 at 1:50 pm

*Looks at NMFT6 poster on his wall at work*

So you say you can bring back Jizue? The Jizue that will even have two new albums since last time? The Jizue that was the reason I found out about NMFT6 in the first place?

You knew before I commented here that they’re my vote. They’re my vote for basically everything ever.

FANTASTIC. I can’t wait for Vol. 8 at the Biltmore this month, and I’d love to see MBG live this winter.

…and you mentioned Oyasumi Hologram, have you seen any of their live videos performing with live bands (and/or with Have a Nice Day!), their shows look fun as hell.

I recently heard about DYGL, somehow they’ve already been to North America, but they just put out their first EP last year, and I expect they’re going to be huge before too long.

Just planting seeds for Vol. 10… 🙂

The novembers would be amazing to see live! Would certainly love to see Otori again as well.

yey!

This is Japan
Skillkills
The November
Ayuthaya

Jizue again would blow my freaking mind. I wish Chi-na could come back, too! Well whoever you pick, it’ll more than likely be amazing

JIZUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!
just because i’m so sour for missing them when they came down T_T and have still not seen them live yet

That’s super unfortunate about heliotrope, they are hands down my first pick. When will shakai-bound musicians wake up and quit their jobs in pursuit of the greater good!!!!

Also, holy shit, i did not expect Ayutthaya to be so good. I was originally considering Bakyun the Everyday as my second choice (cause i really like that baseball player song LOL) But now i think Ayutthana is definitely my pick.
($$$ saving perks too)

@ Brandon: For you, jaz and my friends Jessica & Corrina I will strongly consider bringing back Jizue in October. The only downside to them is they have 4 members and a manager so 5 ppl I need to pay flights/hotels for.

@boans: Maison Book Girl will be so much fun! I’ve seen Oyasumi Hologram with bands on youtube but not in person. I’ll check out your recommendation of DYGL.

@Andrew: your votes for the Novembers and otori are noted!

@A: your votes for the Novembers and ayutthaya are noted.

@jaz. Chi-na would be a 3rd time so they are less of a priority over other bands that haven’t come twice like Jizue, otori and hyacca. Thanks for the kind words!

Thanks to everyone who has commented so far here and on twitter/facebook. I do prefer people commenting here though since twitter and Facebook are harder to track and remember.

By John Medina on May 4th, 2016 at 7:17 pm

Ugh. Which bands I’ve been following have NOT disbanded (or recently discovered but no longer around)…? 🙁

Would love to have Owarikara back in town. Is it even possible to bring RADWIMPS or Sakanaction over? (Not sure if they’d meet your criteria.) Melt Banana, and Supercar if they’re still around. Also, LITE, ZZZ’s and the pillows.

That’s all I can think of for now! 🙂

By John Medina on May 4th, 2016 at 7:31 pm

Yes, bring Jizue back! 🙂

People in the Box, Ame No Parade, and Microcosm to fill out the ranks!

Jizue and Suiyoubi no Campanella would be incredible.

By Antonia on May 4th, 2016 at 9:23 pm

The November’s and ayutthaya would be great! Seeing Otori again would be pretty sweet too.

@admin:

I completely understand any decision you make. I have a friend who was going to phonetically write out all of shing02’s rap on “Shinkuro” so I could learn it if Jizue ever came back…

My top vote is for hyacca. The thought of them playing at Soybomb is making my nipples erect.

I wouldn’t mind seeing otori and jizue again either.

I like that first track by ayutthaya, the second track not so much.

o’summer vacation looks like fun. They are a bit sloppy, but, I’m sure I would enjoy them.

I think Toranoko Rammy would be a lot of fun also.

If I had to only pick two it would be hyacca and Toranoko Rammy.

Hey man, I met you at the Pens+ show in Shindaita. Looking forward to this show in May!

As for my picks of the stuff you listed:

Ame No Parade
Baryon the Everyday and
Ayutthaya

are my favourite three of those you’ve listed here. Of course I would love to see Pens+ again but I’m probably a bit biased.

Here is my crazy list of other bands, most of which are probably too big to bring but I will list nonetheless because fuck, I’d kill to see all of them.

Chouchou Merged Syrups (Maybe the only realistic one)
Tricot
Akai Koen
Shishamo
Rin Toshite Sigure
Suiyoobi No Campanella (If they’ll do tiny ass shows at SXSW they’ll do NMFT god damnit!)
Awesome City Club (Probably too poppy for NMFT but I’ve been enjoying them lately)

I realize now that every band I know is far too big. Not hip enough, haha.

@Jess: thanks for the awesome reply! Jizue, ayutthaya and Bakyun are all great. Have fun in Vancouver! And hurry back on Saturday to hang out with us before the Soybomb show!!

@John Medina: Um, I just brought Owarikara back a 2nd time last year. Radwimps and Sakanaction would be like trying to invite Lady Gaga and Radiohead.
Melt Banana come to Canada 1-2 times a year already. Supercar disbanded like a decade ago. Microcosm is no more, that’s why Mio has a new band called Ayutthaya. So you want me NOT to invite the three bands I really want to bring (Maison Book Girl, THIS IS JAPAN, skillkills) and you want me to bring four other bands instead: Jizue, Ame no Parade, People in the Box, Microcosm. Alright, then.

@Mfs: Another +1 for Jizue noted. So I assume you read the part about inviting Suiyoubi no Campanella requiring me paying them a massive cash bonus in addition to paying for their flights and hotels?!!! I am not going to pay that guarantee so unless the people who want to see wed_camp pay the $5000-$10,000 extra or I jack up the ticket prices to $50 then no I cannot invite wed_camp to Canada.

@Antonia: Thanks! Otori are awesome and they already have a few new songs since coming to Canada. +1 for Novembers and ayutthaya noted.

@Brandon: Jizue is a pretty popular choice. I’ll strongly consider them.

@Geoff: Thanks for the input Vice Prez!! Yeah, Toranoko have already been given a formal invitation but they play a show in Nagoya on the day they would arrive back from NMFT so realistically they won’t be able to make NMFT9 unless they cancel the Nagoya show. +10 for Hyacca noted. LOL

@Mason: Of course I remember the tallest guy at the PENs+ show!! Or was Eric slightly taller? LOL
Your votes for Ame no Parade, Bakyun and ayutthaya are noted. PENs+ too.

Tricot came to Toronto and Montreal but skipped Vancouver. I told them to make sure they go to Vancouver as well next time.
Akai Koen were part of NMFT3. I’ve invited them back multiple times but their new manager has no interest in coming back to Canada.
Chou Chou Merged Syrups’ music is decent but they are sort of boring live. I’ve seen them twice.
Shishamo are pretty big and way too generic mainstream sounding to be part of NMFT.
Rin Toshite Shigure are also too big of a name but I have talked to Nakano Pierre (drummer) and he would definitely like to come but TK is infatuated with England and Europe much more than Canada. Also, their manager has little interest in Canada.
Wed_ camp would require a huge guarantee. They went to SXSW on their own terms and paid their own way because they wanted to be part of SXSW.
Comin to Canada is a whole different story and they would ask for a sh*tload of money.
Awesome City Club: I hate city pop, so no. LOL.

Thanks Mason for your input!!!!

Maison Book Girl, skillkills and THIS IS JAPAN are greeeat choices.
Especially Maison Book Girl ! Yay!!

I’m not sure about the 2 others band but i’ll say Yuyun.
anyway, i’m sure you’ll make the right choice!

Although they weren’t really my cup of お茶 my friends really enjoyed Jizue… and since I saw vol 7 at both Lee’s and the Biltmore, I noticed that they certainly were very popular for fans of jazzy-progressive music.

What are the girls from Charan-Po-Rantan doing these days? As a duo they would make an awesome opener for Dalljub Step Club!

I find it hard sometimes to tell how a band will perform live compared to what you see in a video. I can read through that sh*t normally but when you’re talking about bands from Tokyo, I’ll defer to your previous experience of making expert decisions on the matter.

When I was in Tokyo recently they were serving up a tasty fried noodle and chicken and shrimp dish in the venue and selling it at $5 a pop that was freaking awesome! Maybe you could get Japadog to sponsor your tour lol.

oh man oh man~~~~
I would vote for Otori and then Ayutthaya and The Novembers.

Maison Book Girl look like a really fun band. Idol like or not, the song posted is awesome. Their dance is really cute but there’s nothing wrong with being a little idol like in their performance.

Love the energy that This Is Japan has. I think they’d make a great addition to the next tour. The video posted is a really fun song. I’ll definitely have to find more of their work.

And I’m totally stoked that you’re considering The Novembers. As you know, they’re one of my favourites. I haven’t been keeping up so I’ll have to get myself up to date with their newer songs.

Networks is a really good choice for an instrumental band. They’re really uplifting. It’s always good to have an instrumental band to round things out. And they’re music is great to chill out to; a good break is always needed.

I really like Hitsuji Bungaku. Reminds me of School Food Punishment and Spangle Call Lilli Line. Hopefully they’ll have their chops up well enough for October. Don’t judge them too harshly for being young. Pens+ worked out well. 😉

Speaking of which, I’d love to see Pens+ return out of the previous bands listed. They tore it up last time and were fiercer than I’d expected. I’d love to see how they’ve evolved.

I’m looking forward to the next tour and I’m glad to hear that you’re considering another in October.

@a: Thanks for the comment!! ゆゆん would be a great alternative if Toranokorammy can’t make it

@Morgan: yeah, there a few people that can’t get into Jizue’s music. A lot of their songs have melodramatic, clicheed piano melodies but then they have songs like ‘rosso’ and ‘dance’ that are kickass all throughout. However, as you said the vast majority seemed to really love jizue.
Charan-po-rantan are pretty big in Japan right now. They do commercials and opening themes for TV shows.
Yeah, I’ve given out free sushi platters at shows in Vancouver. Japadog would be an awesome sponsor.

@rodolfo: hey big guy! otori, ayyuthaya and THE NOVEMBERS are all great choices. See you in Montreal. Remind me to bring you your PENs+ CD that is Ryo’s present for you.

@Vish: Hey, I actually remember you offering to pay for THE NOVEMBERS’ flight/hotels if I brought them over. Don’t worry I won’t hold you to it. THE NOVEMBERS are really powerful live and I wouldn’t mind bringing them; however, I’m worried they might act elitist towards the other bands on the roster. Music-wise I definitely prefer Networks over Jizue but Jizue have much better stage presence so it’s tough to pick between the two.
With Hitsuji Bungaku it’s more of the fact I haven’t seen them play live even once and I’d like to guage their stage presence and ability to engage the audience. Based on the live footage on Youtube it doesn’t look like they rock out much at all even during the more powerful moments of their songs. With PENs+ I saw them multiple times before deciding to bring them over. Same with Gozen Sanji and Regal Lily who are even younger tham Hitsuji Bungaku. Ryo will be happy to know you’re voting for his band (PENs+)

Ame no Parade would be a dream to see live.

Sorry for the double comment, but of course I have to vote for PENS+! They gave so much love out to Canada last time, so I have to return it. 🙂

Hope it’s not too late to throw in my two cents!

I 100% support the core line up of Maison, skillkills and THIS IS JAPAN. VERY strong core.

This has been one of my favorite “band suggestion” posts in a while though because I think all the bands are awesome! I wouldn’t be disappointed with ANY of them.

The only thing I want to say is that I’d prefer the remaining two slots be bands that haven’t been before; every time one of these posts happen there are sooo many good bands to choose from. Some get mentioned more than once. I think it would be good to give as many bands as possible a chance at the tour.

If I had to pick two:
“Ame no Parade”, because they were very close to coming before, and I’m sure I’m not the only one who was getting hyped while listening to them in preparation, and…
“o’summer vacation” cuz I loves me some spastic punk rock girls.

@Karl: thanks for always writing such rationalized and well thought out answers in the comments section!! It’s awesome when fans understand the logistics of what’s required for me to bring bands over and the type of bands/artists I want to support.
As of right now, Maison and THIS IS JAPAN are a lock and skillkills are pretty much for sure in terms of being able to take part in NMFT9.
Toranoko Rammy looks like they’ll be able to come as well. They’re not crazy spastic but they are definitely wild and charismatic punk rock girls. Just check out tis video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Yd9d7CKcNg

For the final spot I could keep things mellower with Ame no Parade, Jizue or Networks. Or I could keep the whole line-up energetic by going with o’summer vacation or otori or PENs+.

@Thomas: another vote for Ame no Parade and PENs+ noted!!

Ayutthaya plz! Also would Downy, Coaltar of the Deepers, or My Dead Girlfriend ever be possible? I really like that style of hard shoegaze

Probably too late, but seeing how you already have MBG, TIJ and skillkills on lock, my picks would be for Toranoko Rammy and o’summer vacation or ayutthaya. Toranoko’s live videos you posted look like tons of fun. Lightsaber-looking thing as a drumstick? Heck ya! Ayutthaya might work out better overall over o’summer vacation though because the rest of the bands are all pretty energetic and based on the tracks you posted, ayutthaya seem slightly less so. Plus, as you said, you’d save money.

As for recurring bands, I’d love to see Hyacca again or PENS+.

For future tours would it be possible to invite The Mornings or has that ship already sailed? If memory serves right you were thinking of inviting them earlier on in the past. Seeing them perform fuji live in person would be a chaotic dream come true.

Regardless, I know whatever bands you end up choosing will be fantastic additions to an already strong lineup.

Maison book girl, skillkills and THIS IS JAPAN seem like a intriguing core to go with. I’d be super stoked to see them live!

Myself and a few of my other friends would be thrilled to see jizue perform for NMFT9. I agree with Karl K to an extent that we should allow the two vacant spots in the roster for bands that have not performed for NMFT. I say to an extent because personally would like to see bands that have came over before but I had missed out on, primarily sgt.

Other band suggestions (though not sure if they have been considered for previous tours) include marmalade butcher, Clean of Core, soutaiseiriron (they’re probably a long shot), and ill hiss clover

I also vote for Ame no Parade to be part of NMFT9

By Zachary Godin on May 23rd, 2016 at 6:08 pm

Fantastic lineup! Never got a chance to see PENs+, so I’d informally vote for them.

Not sure if you’ve ever heard of Finlands, but I think they’d make a nice addition to a NMFT lineup: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fyh1VyBgFJY

+1 for jizue from me since i’m kinda sad i missed them when they came. PENs+ was also really sick last year but also was looking forward to ame no parade.

also, is there any possiblity or interest in getting mouse on the keys back or maybe fox capture plan? i’m a fan of jazz and japan has some pretty amazing groups. thanks again for all your work, it really is a unique experience you are able to put together. i look forward to the next show.

I would be super psyched to see o`summer vacation!

also +1 for the possibility of Oyasumi Hologram in the future

Ran into you in the bathroom at a Second Cup outside of Lee’s Palace, have to say the show that night was awesome and very much worth flying to Toronto from California for. I actually bought the show + flight tickets for NMFT8 the second I saw Mass of the Fermenting Dregs on the roster and told myself I’d just check out the other bands online later that day because I trust your taste in music enough to have faith that everyone coming over would be great, and they were.

Anyway, out of the list you posted I’d probably instantly shell out for another flight if Jizue was picked again since right now I’m still checking out the bands and making a decision. Wasn’t able to make it to Canada last time they were here. 🙁

This is probably coming in two late, but my two pics would be:
Bakyun the everyday
Hitsuji Bungaku

I also got to see Atlantis Airport in Shinjuku last month. Sone said they really want to come back to Canada again. That would be my vote for a band to bring back.

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