Fresh off of her very first appearance at California’s Coachella music festival, the J-pop megastar Hikaru Utada gears up for more celebrations in conjunction with the vinyl release of their latest album “Bad Mode” on Wednesday, April 27.
Fans around the world can tune in to a Hikaru Utada DJ Mix session for five days from April 27 to May 1. The live stream will feature a different guest DJ and Utada album each night, and you can catch it via Hikaru Utada’s instagram from 11 p.m. JST.
The five-day event kicks off with DJ Taku Takahashi of Japanese group M-Flo on April 27, followed by DJ TJO (April 28), Yukibeb (April 29), DJ Yanatake (April 30), and YonYon (May 1).
In addition to the live stream, a special vinyl pop-up will take place at Tower Records in Shibuya from April 26 to May 2. Here you can buy vinyl editions of all eight Utada albums, including ‘First Love’, ‘Distance’, ‘Deep River’ and his latest release ‘Bad Mode’.
For more information visit the Tower Records website (in Japanese only).
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