Tag Archive: FLOW

Nov 19 2017

Bunnies, Pirates, and a Beheading! VAMPS Halloween Party 2017: Day 2

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Halloween Party 2017: Day 2 Makuhari Messe, October 28, 2017 Live Report by Michelle Minikhiem Photo credit: Hideaki Imamoto, Toshikazu Oguruma, Kazuko Tanaka Hosted by VAMPS annually for over ten years, Halloween Party is sort of an all day thing – you put on a costume (kinda a requirement, a cute note at the bottom of the website …

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Nov 11 2016

FLOW Unleash ANIME BEST KIWAMI Ahead of Paris Concert

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Japan’s pop-rock giants FLOW will unleash their ultimate collection of anime songs on CD in Europe on November 11, 2016 through JPU Records. Entitled ANIME BEST KIWAMI, the 18-track compilation has already proved popular overseas, with ten videos from the album having accumulated more than 50-million plays outside of Japan on YouTube. The release comes …

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Mar 14 2015

FLOW Announces Their First World Tour in 8 Countries – “FLOW WORLD TOUR 2015 KIWAMI”

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Japanese rock band FLOW, known for multiple anime theme songs (Code Geass, Eureka SeveN, Naruto, Samurai Flamenco, Heroman, Persona Trinity Soul, Beelzebub), will start their first world tour from this May, spanning eight countries: Japan, Taiwan, United States, Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and Canada.

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Sep 11 2014

FLOW Interview (2014)

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FLOW Interview by Jen Wang September 11, 2014 In 2006, FLOW made their overseas debut at AnimeFEST. Their return to the Dallas convention brought them to a different location with fans, new and old, who still go wild at the first few notes of “GO!!!”. Despite being veterans of the con scene now, the band …

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Sep 01 2014

FLOW – AnimeFEST 2014 Live Report

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FLOW Live report by Jen Wang September 1, 2014 “Shake the house” is usually a figurative phrase. At AnimeFest’s concert, the room literally vibrated as FLOW rocked out. Eight years after their U.S. debut, the band returned to a packed Dallas crowd, eager to hear some of their favorite tunes. Without hesitation, FLOW got the …

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