Crunchyroll, the global brand creating the ultimate anime experiences, will dress Terminal 5 in the aesthetics and soundscapes of 1999 for a sweet celebration of anime and music with the Crunchyroll Anime Y2K Party on Saturday, November 19th in New York City. Party goers will be transported into a slice of the Akihabara, Tokyo nightclub scene, circa the 1990s with live music, supercharged trailers of current anime series, photo ops and games.
Hit DJs from around the world will spin an end of the millennium worthy celebration of anime music. The line up includes:
D-YAMA: opened MOGRA in 2009. Since then he has brought MOGRA’s anime club scene to an international audience through tours in US and Germany, as well as Twitch streams
DJ WILDPARTY: is a Japanese DJ and resident DJ at MOGRA, he has partnered with various vocaloid talent and his tracks have been featured in THE IDOLM@STER MILLION LIVE!
TEDDYLOID: A Japanese electronic music producer and DJ. He is known for producing many songs on the soundtrack of Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt, which charted on the Oricon Albums Chart. He has performed on stages all over the world with notable performances at Ultra Japan and Anime Expo.
JVNA: Playing at the dichotomy of light and dark, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist JVNA produces electronic pop with a melodic bass edge. She emerged in 2016 with anime and video game themed covers alongside her originals. Her first album was released in 2021, mixing pop, rock, melodic bass with honest and emotional lyrics.
If you’re interested, here’s some info:
Saturday, November 19th
7PM Doors / 8PM Show
610 W 56th St
New York, NY 10019
18+ Show / AXS.com
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