Oct 30, 2009

youtube music channel #jpop part.2

another post show japanese productions and independent music channels at Enjoy JPOP :)

EGO-WRAPPIN', sakanaction, LITE

[feat.] SEBASTIAN X - tour star people


tabito nanao, little tempo

[feat.] tabito nanao - rollin' rollin'


#And Records Japan
xoxo, panda, 4 bonjour's parties

[feat.] YOMOYA - I Know, Why Not?


#office augusta
masayoshi yamazaki, shikao suga, sukima switch

[feat.] yu sakai - story


the telephones, kuroneko chelsea, orge you asshole

[feat.] BIGMAMA - kakurenbo


hajimenikiyoshi, nekonemuru

[feat.] plenty - tokyo


youtube music channel #jpop part.1


Here are japanese major label's music channels at (yes, you maybe know there are no Sony music, no EMI music, no Warner music.) Make it subscribe! or bookmark it!, and Enjoy JPOP :)

inoran, cliff edge

[feat.] CLIFF EDGE - sayonara


the hiatus, bennie K, hitotoyo

[feat.] DOUBLE&Shota Shimizu - oyasuminokisuwo; Good Night My Love


yuzu, JAY'ED

[feat.] GOLLBETTY - IF


#Victor Music
the bawdies, sakanaction, ua

[feat.] noa noa - sweet sweet


FUNKY MONKEY BABYS, ayaka hirahara

[feat.] FUNKY MONKEY BABYS - ashitahe


ayu, kumi kohda, boa, exile

[feat.] BoA / BUMP BUMP! feat.VERBAL(m-flo)


ayabie, vanila beans

[feat.] Beckey Cruel


#universal music japan


Oct 29, 2009

JPOP weekly chart

Rekochoku weekly ranking (28th October) on the biggest mobile JPOP music shop



No.1 Ken Hirai - bokuwa kimini koiwosuru

boku no hatsukoi wo kimi ni sasagu trailer
(I give my first love to you)

I give my first love to you

No.2 Hilcrhyme - syunkashuto

No.3 kana nishino - motto

No.4 EXILE - futatsunokuchibiru

No.5 JASMINE No More


No.6 manekineko duck no uta


No.7 B'z - ichibutozembu -Ballad Version-

No.8 Sukima Switch - golden time lover

No.9 Koh Shibazaki - lover soul

No.10 TOKYO No.1 SOUL SET + HALCALI - konyawa boogie back

manekineko duck (music for aflac tvcf)

Oct 28, 2009

JASMINE scarely video


one of the scarely things about watching jpop music videos is that, despite this brandnew song; JASMINE - No More now ranks No.5 at Recochoku Chuku-uta-full mobile music weekly charts, Single CD is released today, there are many many extras dying around JASMINE on the floors. At the last part of the song, all extras slowly stand up and stand still like zombies.... this video seems to say Happy Haloween!!


Oct 27, 2009

Sakanaction New Single


Dancable JPOP band, Sakanaction has announced the release of a new maxi single; ARUKU AROUND. ARUKU AROUND is set to come out on January 13rd 2010.

#2. Spoon to Ase
#3. Native Dancer (Rei Harakami remix)
#4. FISH ALIVE chapter2 - 1 sequence by 3 songs - SAKANAQUARIUM 2009 @ SAPPORO
(VICL-36553 2010.01.13) 1,000yen

sakanaction - native dancer (shinshiro)


buy at iTunes
Sakanaction available @iTunes Music Store worldwide


Shin-shiro (2009)
1. Ame(B)
2. Light Dance
3. 1000 & 0
4. Native Dancer
5. minnanouta
6. Bustle
7. Kiiroi Kuruma
8. enough
9. Namida delight
10. Adventure
11. human

LITE Turns Red Release Tour

Japanese instrumental postrock band LITE announced the tour dates for LITE Turns Red Release Tour.

Turns Red Release Tour

13rd, December 2009 Nagoya CLUB ROCK'N'ROLL
9th, January 2010 Niigata CLUB RIVERST
10th, January 2010 Nagano LIVE HOUSE J
11th, January 2010 Osaka FANDANGO
16th, January 2010 Sendai BIRDLAND
10th February 2010 Tokyo Shibuya CLUB QUATTRO



buy at iTunes
LITE available @iTunes Music Store

Turns Red EP 2009.10.07 Release
M1. The Sun Sank M2. Tomato M3. Vermillion


Oct 26, 2009

Christmas jpop song

i dont know why here list up a few jpop christmas songs that were picked from xmas hit songs, even if haloween has not come.

BoA - merikuri

tatsuro yamashita - xmas eve

Dreams Come True - yukino xmas

L'Arc en Ciel - Hurry X'mas

southern all stars - xmas love

FUNKY MONKEY BABYS - bokuwa santa claus

B'z - Itsuka No Merry Christmas

ELLEGARDEN - santa claus

ketsumeishi - seinaru yoruni


as you maybe know, bump of chicken HomePage alreay announced that tomorrow night, tokyo FM 80.0 will play on-air bump of chicken New song "R.I.P." at the radio show "school of lock" at first. bump of chicken release new single "R.I.P. + Merry Christmas" at the end of December.



JPOP weekly chart


JPOP weekly chart via countdown TV (10/24)


No.2 Sukima Switch - golden time lover

No.3 YUI - It's all too much

No.4 shinsengumilien - otokogumi

No.5 Gospellers - Love Notes


No.6 shoko nakagawa - arigatoh no egao

No.7 Ikimonogakari - yell

No.8 The Birthday - ai de nuritubuse

No.9 Hilcrhyme - syunkashuto

No.10 The Super Dimensional Anthem 2009

Ken Hirai - bokuwa kimini koiwosuru


Oct 23, 2009

Emi Maria, 7 octaves singer

today, jpoplover introduce JPOP singer with R&B taste, Emi Maria. She's half Papuan, half Japanese and now 22 years old. She surprisingly has 7 octaves vocal range. 7 octaves! Is it true?!!;

On October 7th 2009 she actually did major debut with a downloadable single, One Way Love that was released from the Victor Records.

Emi Maria

Emi Maria

EMI MARIA / I gotta -Summer kiss- (2008)

she sings in both Japanese and English.

Emi Maria - One Way Love

Oct 22, 2009

JPOP weekly chart

Rekochoku weekly ranking (21st October) on the biggest mobile JPOP music shop


JPOP weekly chart

No.1 kana nishino - motto

No.2 Hilcrhyme - syunkashuto

No.3 RSP - Hiaika

No.4 EXILE - futatsunokuchibiru

No.5 Sukima Switch - golden time lover


No.6 TOKYO No.1 SOUL SET + HALCALI - konyawa boogie back

No.7 B'z - ichibutozembu

No.8 Ikimonogakari - joyful

No.9 Spontania feat. AZU - onajisoramitsumeteruanatani

No.10 Ikimonogakari - YELL

Etsuko Yakushimaru

# 21st October, Etsuko Yakushimaru's (vocalist for SotaiseiRiron) new special EP was released. it includes 2 songs; oyasumi paradox, johnny wa gokigen naname

Etsuko Yakushimaru - johnny wa gokigen naname

Etsuko Yakushimaru - oyasumi paradox


Oct 21, 2009

Check out Parabolica Jam '09

Check out "Parabolica Jam '09" on Oct 28th.

Parabolica Jam '09
28th, October 2009 at Tokyo Shibuya club Quattro
OPEN 18:00 / START 19:00
ADV 3,500

tera melos (from U.S.)
Adebisi Shank (from IRELAND)

Oct 20, 2009

Japanese Sweet Delirium

This is so much funny video of Runs Slow Motion. People who are running in Japan seem to be crazy. The song used in this video is Luv (sic) pt.2 by Nujabes feat. Shing02


Oct 19, 2009

Club Salmon TV show

Club Salmon

yesterday, I have discovered to be an amazing lovely TV show at Spaceshower TV music channel, which digs out various bands from the japanese rock music scene. it's called Club Salmon of 15 mins weekly short program that deserves immediate listening attention. Hosted by 2 VJ; NAOTO INTI RAYMI and Nelson Babin-Coy, Club Salmon picks up and simply explains newtype young rock bands like the below as well as Spaceshower TV uploads all the shows to Youtube. They help us expand listening experience.

toshio sato - tomei

mikansei vs shinsekai - donten seikatsu

rega - VIP

sister jet - hello goodbye days

susquatch - 3chords

cinema staff - change up

andymori - FOLLOW ME

Psysalia psysalis psyche - Butch and The Sundance Kid

LAZYgunsBRISKY - but I know

arakajimekimeraretakoibitotachihe - yokunemuru

Club Salmon
Club Salmon @Spaceshower TV
Club Salmon Youtube

spaceshowerTV weekly hit chart

ai story

spaceshowerTV weekly hit charts 10/18

No.1 yuzu - niji


No.2 ayaka - minna soranoshita


No.4 skima switch - golden time lover

No.5 flumpool - flame

No.6 AI Story - [Re-born]

No.7 Aqua Timez - saigomade


No.9 YUI - It's all too much

No.10 Superfly - Alright!!

Akai Ito-Story AI

Oct 16, 2009

TOWER RECORDS jp 30th anniversary

Tower records real shops have standed for 30 years here in Japan. They still have some leadership around JPOP japanese music market. And more, Tower records and NTT docomo mobile keep on licencing Napster services at docomo ketai.

Happy anniversary!!

24th October, Tower records has 30th anniversary party; Face the music at Shinkiba studio coast, Tokyo. Band lineups are the pillows, kariyushi58, dohatsuten, TRICERATOPS, NICO Touches the Walls, THE BAWDIES, EG, QUATTRO, kegawanomarys, knotlamp, UNISON SQUARE GARDEN, People In The Box.

TOWER RECORDS 30th anniversary
TOWER RECORDS 30th anniversary!

TOWER RECORDS 30th anniversary

TOWER RECORDS 30th anniversary song;
the pillows & Ben Kweller - Lightning Runaway (NO MUSIC, NO LIFE) 2009

TOWER RECORDS 30th anniversary

new video, new release

SEBASTIAN X - wonderful world

Cute indie pop band, SEBASTIAN X releases new album; wonderful world next month. here is the new video wonderful world that get to be uploaded yesterday.



#new video, new release

The Birthday - ai de nuritubuse

plenty - bokunotameni utau gin

nana yanase - negai

kana nishino - motto

gospellers - love notes

AAA - Hide away


BoA - BUMP BUMP! feat.VERBAL(m-flo)

Jasmine - No More


oshare boys - utsubu celeb

9mm Parabellum Bullet - Cold Edge

Oct 15, 2009

Music Alliance Pact - October 2009



Henrytennis - Valencia Raincoats
Another progressive band in the Tokyo music scene, Henrytennis feature instrumental dynamism influenced by post-rock, IDM, jam and progressive rock. Their members come from such outstanding Japanese bands as 4 Bonjour's Parties, Hula Hooper, Kuruucrew, Oceanlane and Shugo Tokumaru. Their excellent second album R.U.R. is released on November 11.

ARGENTINA: Zonaindie
Lipgloss - Land Of Lords
This band from Buenos Aires released their first EP a couple of months ago and Land Of Lords is our favorite song from it. Lipgloss sound like they've been listening to British rock all their life and you sure can feel the influence of bands like The Stone Roses at the end of the song, with the psychedelic guitars and all. If you like it, you can download the entire EP directly from this link.

AUSTRALIA: Who The Bloody Hell Are They?
Cloud Control - Gold Canary
New music from the Blue Mountains! Only it sounds kinda like it originates from somewhere deep in America. Cloud Control always had an earthy, pastoral quality to their music but it sounds all the more temporally appropriate post-Fleet Foxes. Less jangle and more twang. Gold Canary is pulled from their debut album expected early 2010. It has some rootsy backing vocals and yelping, tambourine/handclap percussion, references to family members in the lyrics and then・a synth solo. This song is rad.

BRAZIL: Meio Desligado
Constantina - Sobe Ladeira
There is something special about Constantina that goes beyond their music. The absence of vocals never leaves you with a feeling of emptiness. It's just the opposite. The instrumental songs are so deep and strong that lyrics would limit them to what we can express with words.

CANADA: I(Heart)Music
The Balconies - Serious Bedtime
It's almost mind-boggling how good and how talented The Balconies are. They have two incredible lead singers (in brother and sister Jacquie and Steve Neville), both of whom are also astoundingly good songwriters, and they're backed by one of the steadiest drummers I've ever seen. They've barely been around for more than a year but they're generating a whole lot of buzz (their debut has just been released and it's already charting nationally). Songs like Serious Bedtime make it easy to see why.

CHILE: Super 45
Tonossepia - Happy Habibi Te Vez Mas Feliz
Tonossepia (Diego Vergara) is one of the most advanced musicians in the Chilean electronic scene. Constantly evolving in his way of creating music, this year he released his fourth album, Happy Habibi, an effort full of organic textures, warm harmonies and rhythmical variations. By mixing, almost to perfection, IDM and hip hop, Tonossepia has a lot of robot style and rap style.

CHINA: Wooozy
Silkfloss - Mon Amour
Myl鈩e Chan (Muxitu) and Quan Du formed Silkfloss at the start of this year in Beijing. They are electronica, they are trip-hop, they are everything that brings you softness and fills you with love. Myl鈩e also collaborates with many local electronic producers as a vocalist.

COLOMBIA: Colombia Urbana
Jiggy Drama - Contra La Pared
Direct from San Andres Island, Heartan Lever - better known in the artistic scene as Jiggy D - comes loaded with cool rhymes and party beats. Jiggy mixes Antillean dancehall with old-school hip hop and Contra La Pared proves that when something is good, it doesn't have to be forced. The combination of typical Colombian sounds (papayera in this case) makes him the perfect choice to represent the nation in MAP. Jiggy is currently working on his new album, Nerdside.

DENMARK: All Scandinavian
Sebastian Lind - Stay
A pop natural and excellent singer, 20-year-old Sebastian Lind excites with an enticing mix of singer-songwriter acoustics and crackling electronica. He has just released his first single Stop These Feet, but here's Stay - a strong contender when it comes time to select a second.

ENGLAND: The Daily Growl
The Voluntary Butler Scheme - The Eiffel Tower And The BT Tower
This month's song comes from the English Midlands courtesy of awesome one-man-band Rob Jones aka The Voluntary Butler Scheme. He's a little scruffy around the edges but he serves up a tasty dish of pure pop. Although probably best experienced live, his debut album At Breakfast, Dinner, Tea (how old-school English is that title?) is full of sprightly tunes, huge hooks and amusing lyrics and is well worth checking out.

I'll Hit Her - Noise In Your Mind
There's not much info about Estonian electro-poppers I'll Hit Her and Googling that name will probably get you some quite disturbing results. Listing Aqua, 2 Unlimited and Joy Division as influences on their MySpace page, that's really as diverse as you can get.

The Capital Beat - Feel The Reggae
This is not the kind of song you would expect to hear from a Finnish band, but The Capital Beat phenomenally recreate the warm sounds of Jamaica on their first album, A Greater Fire. This eight-piece combo takes Jamaican music to a new latitude and there is only one condition - feel the reggae and do the ska.

FRANCE: ZikNation
Pascal Comelade - Two Maniaco Depressive Beatnicks Squabbling Over A Jane Russell Mozarella's Stereokini
Pascal Comelade is a really special musician. He mixes common instruments with some toys he found in a flea market. This way of working gives his music a unique tone and makes the listener feel the soul of his work. In some ways, his music reminds us of Yann Tiersen - nice piano, accordion and a lot of percussion. Two Maniaco..., with its happy leading saxophone and ringing xylophone, is a track dedicated to a happy life, which makes it a must-hear before beginning a day at work.

GERMANY: Blogpartei
Rhytm Police - Ghosttrain
Rhytm Police sound like they live in a metropolis as they reduce music to a strong bass line, synth sounds and sometimes quite snatchy vocals. However, they come from the rather rural Augsburg in western Bavaria. The only way to figure this out is by listening to their songs with German lyrics. But the featured song Ghosttrain shows their international attitude.

GREECE: Mouxlaloulouda
Coin - Error 687
Coin draw their influences from the Manchester scene of the 80s and American grunge of the 90s. In their third studio album they shift their best qualities into different, equally dazzling guitar-pop shapes, sounding unclenched, enchanting and energetic. Popstitute is a beautifully balanced album filled with tremendously rich highs, unfailingly tuneful music, jagged guitars, drums and bass, which supply the rhythmic pulse and captivating hooks.

ICELAND: I Love Icelandic Music
FM Belfast - Synthia
FM Belfast was formed in late 2005 by チrni R佖ar Hlversson (aka チrni Pl俍einn) and L Hl匤 Hj疝mtsdtir. For the Iceland Airwaves festival in 2006, the band expanded into a live act with up to eight (or even more) members. The core of the band is now a quartet with チrni Vilhj疝msson (of Motherfuckers In The House) and ヨrvar ゙eyjarson Sm疵ason (of M伹). Synthia is taken from their debut album, How To Make Friends, released on the band's own World Champion Records label last year.

INDIA: Indiecision
Teddy Boy Kill - Tonic
New Delhi's Teddy Boy Kill represent the new Indian electronica soundscape - instantly international, slick and unrestrained by the need to reflect any inherent Indian-ness. This unsigned act from the country's capital released their debut album, The Exit Plan, as a free download. Tonic is one of the highlights of the record - an immediately catchy dancefloor anthem that's as temperate as it is energetic. Get ready to do something stupid.

INDONESIA: Deathrockstar
The Super Insurgent Group Of Intemperance Talent - Money Making
The Super Insurgent Group Of Intemperance Talent are the greatest rock 'n' roll band in Indonesia. Their straight-to-the-point songs, killer hooks and good attitude has already seen them play some big venues and sell out concerts, which is very rare in Indonesia.

IRELAND: Nialler9
Trophy Boyfriend - Black Ship
Despite the silly moniker, Gregor Ruigrok aka Trophy Boyfriend still managed to impress us with his first self-titled EP. He's still at the embyronic stages having not played live or formally released anything in Ireland yet, but judging by the electro-indie of Black Ship, we certainly hope he gets out there soon.

ITALY: Polaroid
Damien* - Confidants
Play this song and fly back in time, to around the first half of the 90s, when Britpop was full of hope and strength. Well, this is just how Damien* are today. This young and promising band from Pesaro, on the Italian east coast, is able to mix a post-punk background with a more pop attitude. The incredibly catchy Confidants is taken from their second album, out this week on Suiteside.

MEXICO: Red Bull PanameriKa
Radaid - Shine
Shine is the opening track of L'Intent, the most recent record by Radaid. Hailing from Guadalajara, Jalisco, the eight talented musicians produce a peculiar mix of pop and original rhythms. That is why traces of Indian influences echo in Shine, while the vocals are by Sof僘 Orozco, who not only wrote the English lyrics but also invented the dialect which has nods to the phrasing of Hindu MCs.

NEW ZEALAND: Counting The Beat
O'Lovely - A Different Day
O'Lovely are from Christchurch in New Zealand's South Island and they have a glistening, ringing guitar sound on this song that reminds me of some great bands from that city's past such as Bailterspace and Loves Ugly Children. The band has morphed from the more poppy The O'Lovelys with singer and keyboardist Laura Lee remaining at the centre of the band. She's joined by Perry Mahoney of Bang Bang Eche, whose guitar gives a darker, noisier feel than the earlier band. A Different Day comes from the five-track Lost Luck EP.

NORWAY: Eardrums
Firefly Effect - Never By Your Side
Oslo quartet Firefly Effect recently released their brilliant debut album, Everything Is Beautiful And You Are The Reason, on Perfect Pop Records/Soler Records. It is full of charming indie-pop songs with organs, boy/girl harmonies and jangly guitars. They call their style "retro-futuristic sunshine pop" which is a definition of their sound I can agree on. Perfect pop!

Emergency Blanket - Next Passenger
The music of Emergency Blanket is fully charged with life and energy, taking influences from rock classics from the 60s, 70s and 90s to achieve a vintage yet fresh and original sound. Emergency Blanket recently released their debut album, Combi + Nation, which includes songs in Spanish, English and even a combination of both languages. Next Passenger has taken them to the final of The People's Music Awards and you can vote for the band here.

PORTUGAL: Posso Ouvir Um Disco?
Real Combo Lisbonense - Oh!
Real Combo Lisbonense (Lisbon Real Combo) play music that takes us back to a time when everyone would dress up to dance to the sounds of an orchestra or a small ensemble. RCL is the band you would expect to hear in the casino lounge of an Ian Fleming novel. They remade some Portuguese and international popular classics of 50s and 60s and have become one of the pleasant surprises in the Portuguese indie scene this year. Shall we dance?

ROMANIA: Babylon Noise
Vive La Noiz - Bird Song
Vive la Noiz could be seen as the usual alternative/indie band. Two girls and two boys starting a band in the finest DIY ethic. However, their eclectic influences and pure, melodic sound label them as post-everything because you can find anything there, genre-free. Dark Clouds And Silver Linings is regarded as one of this year's most interesting EPs.

Meursault - A Small Stretch Of Land
Edinburgh six-piece Meursault's otherworldly, experimental folk seems almost tailor-made for the music blogging cognoscenti. But as A Small Stretch Of Land shows, Meursault (pronounced "mer-so") also know when less is more, stripping the song to just acoustic guitar and vocal with crushingly beautiful effect. It's no surprise Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison described A Small Stretch Of Land as "one of my favourite songs of last year, or indeed any year". You can buy Meursault's album, Pissing On Bonfires/Kissing With Tongues, and other releases here.

SINGAPORE: I'm Waking Up To...
Inch Chua - Devotion In Reality
Like the wet leaves after a thunderstorm, Devotions In Reality bring a melancholic hope to past hurts, as the first step after grief into a new light. Inch Chua is more well known in Singapore as the little dynamo of a frontwoman with rock stalwarts Allura. Taking time off to record her solo EP, she brings to the forefront another facet of her versatility, especially on this number that is best described as a cross between Lisa Ekdahl and Stars.

SOUTH AFRICA: Musical Mover & Shaker!
Ameen Harron - Techicoloured Oblivion
Ameen Harron is a force to be reckoned with in the South African music scene. He is a self-taught multi-instrumentalist, and one of the country's up-and-coming producers, who has worked with a range of the best local musicians, garnering national and international attention. Technicoloured Oblivion shows not only his skills as a producer but as an artist. He has strong ties to hip hop, which is evident as his combination of hip hop, punk and electro creates his own distinctive sound. The song has an almost soulful feel to it and wouldn't be out of place on the international charts. Ameen Harron is set to take over. Watch out.

Julia Hart - Korean Girl's Winter
Always delightful guitar-pop act Julia Hart decided it had been too many years since the release of their last album in 2007 and consequently released a digital single with a couple of new songs for people to hear last month. One of them, Korean Girl's Winter, shows Julia Hart at their loveliest and is a perfect indie-pop piece well suited for repeated play hours on end.

SWEDEN: Swedesplease
Leaving Mornington Crescent - Seventeen
From the sound of Seventeen, Leaving Mornington Crescent have ventured into new territory. Unlike the sunny 60s-inspired indie-pop of April Song from their Cloudberry split CD, Seventeen is a rather heavy, shoegaze number with buzzing and churning guitars and a solid backbeat. Still the vocals retain the cheeriness of April Song with a chorus of "I'm seventeen on the inside, the only difference is...".

TURKEY: Reset!
Kim Ki O - Serbest Kalp Dusmesi
Kim Ki O's songs are self-written, self-played and self-sung in the name of self-pleasure and self-impulsion. Kim Ki O, which is the Turkish expression for "who is that anyway?", is a name chosen for its phonetic beauty. The duo like to play with synthesizers and drum machines but do not to use computers in their music, preferring to create all the action live with enthusiasm and tension. The two members of the gang are former high school buddies who had been out of touch for years. Now they are back, clasped together, making great things.

UNITED STATES: I Guess I'm Floating
That Ghost - The Red Bow
That Ghost is the musical moniker of one crazy kid from the coast of California. Ryan Schmale, a youthful 19-year-old, creates lo-fi pop that evokes the warmth of bedroom recordings. He has a new EP on the way titled Get It And Get Out that IGIF will certainly be writing more about in the near future.

VENEZUELA: Deaf Indie Elephants
Ulises Hadjis - Lunes
The warm voice of Ulises Hadjis and his guitar are suddenly interrupted by a theremin, a trumpet from a gypsy story and a dialogue between Star Trek's Captain Kirk and Zulu. These are some of the big surprises you'll find in his debut album, Presente, which without doubt was one of the best debuts of 2008. His original indie-pop contains lyrics as melancholic as Bon Iver's or Elliott Smith's and a musical diversity that in its best moments resembles Beirut or Neutral Milk Hotel. On a Sunday morning this album will be your best company.

To download all 34 songs in one file click here

Turns Red EP 2009.10.07 Release
M1. The Sun Sank M2. Tomato M3. Vermillion

buy at iTunes
LITE available @iTunes Music Store