The point is, sometimes a movie or series doesn’t necessarily become famous solely for their plot, characters or visuals. Some reach the level of “a classic” – or higher than 90% on rotten tomatoes – through a less visual and more auditory sensation: music.
“Overboard” teaches the value of family and helping each other by showing that money is not as important as the people you care about.
Formed in 2008, KANA-BOON is a Japanese rock band that made their major debut with Ki/oon Music in 2013. Since then, the group has had three albums reach the top ten on the weekly Oricon Albums Chart, with DOPPEL being their best-charting album, reaching third place.
While spring break this year has proven to be chilly for many up north, Japanese artist Ryuichi Sakamoto has used his 2017 album Async to warm up the stage and become the “easy-listening” trend of today. Although mostly well-known for his instrumental music, Ryuichi Sakamoto is also a composer, singer, record producer, writer, dancer, actor and activist based in New York City and Tokyo.
Their most recent album, How to Be a Human Being, is full of nostalgic and aesthetic melodies infused with a blend of 80’s funk and melodrama. The album cover depicts eleven people with (presumably) unique backgrounds told by each of the eleven tracks in the album. Although some tracks blend into others, each mirrors a different person’s story.