In an era dominated by idol groups, the unbelievably unassuming solo idol Curumi Chronicle has made a striking entrance. Her training takes place in the park or at karaoke. With her own handmade signboards, she performs street lives in her everyday clothing, and recordings of these events are all uploaded to YouTube. If admiring the growth in a performer is an idol enthusiast’s raison d’être, then there’s no reason not to go see her live right now! Her first solo concert “Curumi Chronicle Album Release Celebration First One-Man Live!” will be held October 13th on floor B1 of Tower Records’ Shibuya location.
Now, thanks to the kindness of the FM West Tokyo program teknohauwst, we’ve published her full interview conducted over two appearances on September 24th and October 4th, 2013!
woop woop woop
Curumi Chronicle leaving this godforsaken planet and heading back to the stars where she was born
yesterday i turned 20 and the whole experience was kind of bizarre, i would probably rate it at a shaky 6/10
there were only 12 candles on this cake, though, so for a moment i was able to recapture my former bright-eyed youth
I had to.
various updates on Curumi’s recent concert:
- she debuted the new songs “FLIGHT”, “VOICE”, “Kimi ga Kureta Story”, and “candy trip”
- she confessed for the first time that it upsets her when she gets compared to Saori and Aira - though she loves them, she’d rather be seen with her own identity
- she used a DJ setup to perform live edits of some of her songs. notably this included a cover of Daft Punk’s “One More Time” with her own vocals
play my strongest card I make up my mind it's a disaster I've lost in heaven tell me how to live there is no answer