Nothing beats a cute Anya dancing on a chair! The Tune of the Week is the second ending theme to SpyxFamily: Shikisai by yama!
G-Witch, or Gundam Utena, or more simply: Lesbians in Space! Has been a pretty decent addition to the gundma world. It hasn’t popped off yet, but the music ain’t half bad! The Tune of the Week is the opening theme for The Witch From Mercury: Shukufuku by Yoasobi
This show is something else, and you get that right from the music. The Tune of the Week is the opening theme of Akiba Maid War: Medio Daikaten by the main cast!
I can’t gush about how much I’ve loved my time with this show. The music ain’t half bad either. The Tune of the Week is the opening theme for The Eminence in Shadow: HIGHEST by OxT
Bleach’s music was always killer, especially their ending themes. The Tune of the Week is the first opening for the new series: Saihate by SennaRin!
Bleach did many things weird, but it always, always had fucking amazing music. This is no exception. The tune of the week is the first opening to the new series: Scar by Tatsuya Kitani
It took me a bit to watch this, but now that I did, it’s a song I can’t get out of my head! The Tune of the Week is the ending theme for Cyberpunk: Edgerunners: Let me Down by Dawid Podsiadlo
Everyone is creaming their pants over this show, so you know I’ll check it out eventually. The Tune of the Week is the opening theme for Cyberpunk: Edgerunners: This Fffire by Franz Ferdinand!
To celebrate four years of Shallow Dives in Anime, a song that fucking owns every second it is on the screen. Boob coverings completely optional. The Tune of the Week for Four Years of Shallow Dives in Anime is the first opening to Cross Ange: Kindan no Resistance by Nana Mizuki!
What is better than robots? Robots in an Isekai world! The Tune of the Week is the first opening theme to the series Knight’s and Magic: Hello My World by fhana!