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101A – sea (MV)

Japanese noise rock band 101A has released the music video for “sea” from their upcoming triple-A-side single, due for release in November. Fans who attend the October 1 show at Shibuya WWW can get their hands on the CD early. More info: http://101a.org/floodfloor/1001.html 101A Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/101Aofficial

101A – Traveler in Room Zero (Review)

101A Traveler in Room Zero Review by David Cirone 101A starts Traveler in Room Zero with the relaxed, drifting “Swallowtail,” a dreamy and restrained vocal performance from vocalist/guitarist noah. It’s a familiar vibe, but things get more original and heavier in follow-ups “Forbidden Sky” and “Life,” and these are the type of tracks where 101A …

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101A – One-Man Live at Chelsea Hotel (2013)

Great photo set of 101A’s One-Man live show at Chelsea Hotel – Oct. 1, 2013. Photos by Eiku Suyama Click here for more 101A photos

101A to perform at EXIT Festival in Serbia

Japanese rock/alternative noise band 101A will complete their Serbian tour with an appearance at EXIT Festival. EXIT Festival attracts more than 250,000 fans every year, and this year’s guests include Atoms For Peace, Fatboy Slim, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, and Bloc Party. 101A will perform on Fusion Stage, one of the festival’s top …

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101A – Forbidden Sky (PV)

101A – Live at Koenji HIGH

Photo Set: http://www.flickr.com/photos/eiku_suyama/sets/72157633548951333 101A Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/101Aofficial

101A – Forbidden Sky preview

New track by Japanese alternative/noise band 101A. “Forbidden Sky” Listen to the 2:30 preview: https://101a.bandpage.com

101A – luminous (PV)

101A – flood floor -Lost Way- (Review)

101A flood floor -Lost Way- (DVD) Review by David Cirone One of the best Japanese indie-band live DVDs in recent memory, 101A’s flood floor -Lost Way- was mixed and edited in-house by the band members Sally (video editing) and the k (sound mix). The DVD packs 24 songs into the 1-hour 45 minute show, and …

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101A – 4 (Review)

101A 4 Review by David Cirone 101A’s coiled-snake style is an acquired taste, but their new release 4 shows off the Japanese alternative noise-rock band’s ability to hold you locked in their stare until the inevitable lethal strike. As with 2008’s lethe, this isn’t a single-driven album with choruses to belt out at karaoke — …

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