Fourteen amazing Japanese folk-psych bands, most part of a Tokyo scene centering around the Majikick label, run by Ueno and Saya of the Tenniscoats, with older bands Maher Shalal Hash Baz and Nagisa Ni Te as two primary inspirations.
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