The Summer of Love III continues! This week we are discussing the music of the series! Fate/Illya has always had good tunes, and while nothing compared to the mega-hits of the Ufotable works, it has always gotten the job done. There are some catch songs here and great visuals to boot. Let’s get into it after the cut!Read More »
Tune of the Week(ish) has always been something fun and easy to do for the blog. Like many anime fans, I absolutely adore the music, the opening themes, the ending themes, all of it. I’ve shared a lot of great songs since I started, but as we hit the two-year milestone, there is one song that stands above them all. To celebrate two years of blogging, here it is.
My favorite anime song, my favorite anime ending, and by far one of the best things to ever come out of the genre.
The Tune of the Blog is Study x Study, by StylipS
It’s not the second opening theme, which was fucking baller, but the newest entry into ReZero’s pantheon isn’t anything to scoff at either. The tune of the week is the third opening to the series: Realize by Konomi Suzuki!
Hey guys. I’m super busy with real life stuff this week, so this’ll be the last post until probably Monday, so we are going to keep it simple. I like lists, and I heard you like lists. In the same vein as when I discussed my eleven favorite anime since I started Shallow Dives. Today it is the top thirteen favorite songs since I started the blog! Let’s get into it after the cut!
The Summer of Love II continues! We’ve wrapped up the first season, and we will be starting the second this week! However today I want to talk about something that is near and dear to my heart. I love anime music, and a solid anime opening theme, or ending, can define a show as much as everything else. Like last time, when I discussed the opening and ending songs for High School DxD, I want to do the same with Date A Live. While there are not as many, there is still plenty to talk about. Let’s get into it after the cut!
Miss Caretaker of Sunohara-sou is another series of “tune in, tune out” slice of life hijinks involve a cast of character just doing random boring things. I’ll be getting into the show in a few weeks, but for now, the opening theme is a catchy beat. The tune of the week is the opening theme of the show: Bitter Sweet Harmony by Megumi Nakajima
Eromanga Sensei has been called the king of anime trash. A show that has way too good animation for something of it’s subject matter. I think it’s just a sexier version of Bakuman. Either way, the opening theme is catchy as fuck. The Tune of the Week is the opening theme of Eromanga Sensei: HITORIGOTO by ClariS
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba has rapidly become a fan favorite this season due to it’s great story and unfairly high production values. The opening song, done by J-pop superstar LiSA is a catch beat as well! So the Tune of the Week this time around is the anime’s opening theme: Gurenge by LiSA!
Forget tune of the week, this is the tune of the century! The age of little sisters is dead, so join hands and enter the age of moms with the ending theme to Do you Love your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks?: Tsūjou Kōgeki ga Zentai Kōgeki de ni Kai Kōgeki Mama or as I call it: “Ara, Ara Mama!”
Cardcaptor Sakura is the great work of its genre, the magical girl show whose influence has touched every corner of the anime industry. It’s sequel Cardcaptor Sakura Clear Card wasn’t bad by any means, but it also wasn’t the return home many people wanted. I likened it to eating a cake, you love eating it, but you feel nothing after watching it.
You know what was amazing though? It’s first opening theme. The Tune of the Week is the first opening for Clear Card: Clear by Maaya Sakamoto