DaizyStripper was founded in 2007, and the band made their way to the top of the Japanese ORICON indie charts within two years! Their success story continued with many sold out releases, shows and even oversea activities in the U.S, Europe and Canada.. Now they are ready to take Canada by storm again!
They will be appearing at Anime North 2014 in association with J-rock North Promotions and Beyond Max Inc!
HOSHI★FURU is a rock band from the GTA, Ontario, Canada. Originally formed in 2008, the band only began to put into action its plan of performing and promoting original music heavily influenced by Japanese pop and rock in 2012. The line-up consists of Maria on vocals, Nan on guitar, Nick on bass, and Danny on drums.
Although primarily influenced by Japanese pop and rock, HOSHI★FURU's music is also influenced by a variety of other genres such as hardcore punk, metal, and screamo.
HOSHI★FURU has been performing at anime conventions across Ontario and Quebec, including an appearance in Canada's premier fan-run anime convention Anime North in 2012. The band had released their debut EP on March 15th, 2013.
Rose Noire was formed by members Louie (Vocalist) and Jill (Violin) when they were the students of the Tokyo National University of Fine arts and Music. They won the ZOOM at SONY-ZOOM DEMO tape competition in 2007.
Their music is free from predefined genres and concepts. Composed of their own world, in their own image, of their own existence and music. Classical with a touch of variety like Rock, R&B,Club music, HipHop, Industrial, Electronica and so on.
In late 2009, Shola, Sion, and Artemis came together to form Sol Ardour. A visual band with both western and eastern influences. Since then, they have continuously worked towards creating an immersive world through music. A tale encompassing their sounds, art , and imagination. Along the way, they were joined by members Xuya and Topeng. Together they have given birth to a new legend. A new story.
Since their conception, Sol Ardour has played various shows and concerts throughout New York City. This includes headlining at Webster Hall (the largest nightclub in New York City) and opening at Gramercy Theatre.
Sol Ardour has also released two EPs. The first, a non-studio record (Zero- Ø- Zero), and the second recorded in a studio (Heart Of Viole[n]ts). Their first full length album (Et Nexus To Utopia) is slated for release in April of this year.