Suteki Jam was founded on the belief that Japanese music can change the world. Unfortunately, Medium Well, that being me, and ST3K could only provide the best in indie and game music. We didn't have a dedicated anime block. That's where Whales are Whales comes in.
GK, a Whales are Whales member, reached out to me and offered to host some segments in exchange for him to create and host an anime block for our program. The result of that partnership is now available for you to check out today. I'll let GK take it from here.
Thanks Medium! It's been an absolute pleasure to host the anime block on Suteki Jam, and I came out hard this week for my first show. Aikatsu, an anime for girls aged 7 to 14, is the subject of this week's program and I couldn't be more excited.
You should be excited too!
Now, you may be thinking that children's anime has nothing for you, but be sure to give it a shot. You might just be surprised by how good it is. If it's still not your bag, I'll be back in three weeks with more anime music for you to hopefully enjoy.
As always, if you want to support the artists, you can buy these albums online. Unfortunately, they are only available digitally through iTunes Japan so you'll need a Japanese iTunes account and Japanese iTunes gift cards. If that's too difficult, you can buy the physical albums from Amazon.co.jp and yes, they do ship internationally.
If you want to reach out to Medium, myself or ST3K, you can do so at Twitter. If email is more your thing, be sure to drop us your recommendations and thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org