Or actually, “Vegetarhythm.” Tempura Kidz do not disappoint where vivid colors and choreography are concerned. This one has a strong Okinawa folk music element. Nice instrumentation. I might actually like this better than “Cider, Cider”. There are only two questions, really. Which one is the boy (P-chan)? (You only get 3 guesses.) And, will this… Read more.
Going viral right now. Be ahead of the curve, and with a color scheme to match. Right here at wdydfae! These kids are about 14. They are occassional back dancers for Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. “Cider” basically means a clear carbonated drink like Sprite or 7-Up. Update: They dance this song at various locations. Here they… Read more.
I’m really behind in my Kyary kyoverage. How behind? So behind that this video was already approaching 3.5 million views before I even noticed it. Anyway, alright, what do you folks think of this one? My take? Visually, this is Kyary at her very best and could only be the work of the visual genius Sebastian… Read more.
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu has a long way to go to get me to overlook the disappointment of “Invader Invader,” but I suppose this is a start, of sorts. Following the usual pattern, Kyary is using a snippet from music not yet released, teasingly revealing part of it in an ad campaign. In this case it… Read more.