‘The Color Purple’: Labor Songs, Blues and Gospel, Music Reflecting the Era and its Discrepancy
Misato Konari Unleashes Quirky Banter: An Inside Look at Manga Artist Life
Melodic Mentorship: Wenders’ Influence on the Music of “PERFECT DAYS”
Tokyo’s “New Classic”: Shibuya’s Bar Music Sets the Standard for Music Bars
A Conversation with Kanako Nishi: Midlife Etiquette
Ye Ram x BUOY: Unveiling the Japan-Korea Indie Scene Exchange and Their Musical Narratives
David Fincher’s “The Killer”: The neoliberal assassin Listen to The Smiths
“Medusa Deluxe”: An Unexpected Fusion of Mystery and Disco
Unlikely but Perfect: Hot Dogs and Jazz at Shimokitazawa’s tonlist
Epic Tale of Vanished Youth: 1991’s ‘SKINLESS NIGHT’ unveiled through Hachimitsu Pie’s iconic anthem
Fiction and dream-inducing music in Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City
“Barbie”: “What was I made for?” is perhaps the question asking the movie itself
The “Oh well” aesthetics that saved Otake@James.
A talk between Jinichiro Iida and Hiroo Nishizawa, who have seen BiSH at its closest. From the eve of the formation to the breakup live
Ayatake Ezaki’s solo debut album “Hajimari no Yoru”
A Personal History of Ayatake Ezaki.
Aftersun: memories and the present crossing over with the tunes
Araiyakushi’s jazz kissa rompercicci guides you to the fascination of inexpensive vinyls
Why did Kenichi Matsuyama change? After reevaluating his life, he found an alternative acting path.
Tokyo-based band cero’s Shohei Takagi looks back on their five years
When did we fall in love with money?
Enthusiasm for “EASTEAST_TOKYO2023”
NiEW recommends alternative music🆕
NiEW Best Music is a playlist featuring artists leading the music scene and offering alternative styles in our rapidly evolving society. Hailing from Tokyo, the NiEW editorial team proudly curates outstanding music that transcends size, genre, and nationality.