Quick announcement: “Suki Suki Daisuki” by Jun Togawa now exists in higher quality than 240P

Whoa! Look at that! Someone has finally uploaded a 1080P version of Jun Togawa’s “Suki Suki Daisuki” music video that they’ve been sitting on for years! A big day for all Jun Togawa lovers, and a day we thought we’d never see. A part of me even thought that the 240P version of the musicContinue reading “Quick announcement: “Suki Suki Daisuki” by Jun Togawa now exists in higher quality than 240P”

10 iconic Jun Togawa fashion moments

Jun Togawa is an ingenious singer from Japan, mostly active in the 80s and 90s, whom this website has already covered a few times (read about her approach to art and lyrics, her intense growl-pop song “Punk Mushi No Onna” and her view on love). Today I’m gonna write about something else regarding her: herContinue reading “10 iconic Jun Togawa fashion moments”

Going into the 90s as an 80s band – featuring Bon Jovi

How do you make the transition from 80s to 90s as a hair metal band? No one has a definitive answer, but Bon Jovi was there and tried the best they could. They were really big in the 80s, but wasn’t very good until they released “Slippery When Whet” in 1986, according to Jon BonContinue reading “Going into the 90s as an 80s band – featuring Bon Jovi”

Why I love Jun Togawa’s view on love

Suki Suki Daisuki is one of Jun Togawa’s most famous songs, and a gateway into her other creations. People find the song and like it, without understanding the lyrics (“kiss me, as if you’re punching me, until my lips bleed”, “say you love me, or i’ll kill you!”), and then they’re trapped. This was theContinue reading “Why I love Jun Togawa’s view on love”

Why I love “Punk Mushi No Onna” by Jun Togawa

“Punk Mushi No Onna” is a timeless song and no doubt Jun Togawa’s most hardcore moment. The growls sound futuristic, the 80s delay feel dated and the melody is timeless – even though it came 300 years before the song itself. “Probably the last thing Pachelbel thought his music was going to lead to”, saysContinue reading “Why I love “Punk Mushi No Onna” by Jun Togawa”