My Top 10 Vocaloid Albums of 2018

2018 has been another great year for music, including Vocaloid. It’s been so good, in fact, that I’ve expanded my list from “top 5” to “top 10”! A lot of well-established and popular producers kept good material flowing this year and a few promising debuts also popped up. You know how these lists work, so […]

GALAPAGOS – Album Review by TheImmortalHottentot

UtsuP was my gateway artist into the world of Vocaloid music, and he has consistently remained one of my favorite producers ever since, with his bass-heavy songs that blend extreme metal, metalcore, J-Pop, and electronic music. Since ALGORITHM in 2014, he’s been less active in the Vocaloid scene, only releasing an EP and remaster album […]

Nihil – Album Review by TheImmortalHottentot

Hello MikuDB! Today I’ll be reviewing Nihil, a new rock/metal EP by shatehouu that released last week. This is shatehouu’s first release as a Vocaloid producer, so I’m interested in seeing what he has to offer, especially as a metal fan. The EP consists of only four songs, so I’ll go over what I like and dislike about […]

Nayutan Sei Kara No Buttai X review by Food

In the distant past of November 2015, Nayutan Alien released their debut record. A catchy rock effort with a lot of electronic-style influences. This album is like is like a Pengolin. It’s got scales and it’s a great pleasure to consume, and it’s a shame lots of people don’t even know this exists. You can read more […]

tsuyori’s Album Reviews: Ghost (DECO*27)

Don’t you have those moments when you like an album so much (even before its releases) that you just want to write and talk about it non-stop? Because that’s how exactly I feel right now. As I’m writing this part, the album is not even out yet, but I have bought Ghost Rule off iTunes […]

Planetary Suicide; Seaslug Reviews

Good day, good day! This time around we’ll be trying out something heavier, so boost your volumes and prepare to head bang, cuz we’ll be reviewing a Yuppe album!! check him out: here Been listening to this one more often among his other works, and I have to say, finding and downloading his works was […]

The Art Of Real Sounds vol.2 -NIGHT-

The 53rd album is a continuation from the 52nd album. Oh, and my apologies on being late on this review. I had too many things on my hands and it’s hard to keep up with life. (Not to mention I’m doing this voluntarily…) So yeah, there’s that, now let’s get on with it. I’ll be […]

The Art Of Real Sounds vol.1 ~Water~ (Review by Deathspark)

This 52th album gets one of my jazz senses excited. I already knew this album and it was requested, perfect! I didn’t really want to review this because I believe not many will know of it, but since it’s been requested, I am more than glad to sink my face deep into this album. The Art Of Real […]

So What (Review by Deathspark)

Jumping onto the 51th album, we have an album called So What, yeah, it’s literally called So What. I have absolutely no idea what  to expect honestly, but let’s see what we get. By the way, Sonika’s the singer this time around, so it’s good to shift some gears. The artist is AdyS, no idea […]