SiM Revealed as Final Headliner for Crunchyroll Expo 2022's New Crunchy City Music Fest!

 

 

The band joins previously announced headliners Burnout Syndromes and ATARASHII GAKKO!, who will light up the stage along with special performances from SEVENN, YOUNG BOMBS, Shihori and James Landino. Virtual talent management agency PRISM Project is hosting the event alongside Crunchyroll's own princess, Hime, and performances are set to go down all throughout the August 5-7 weekend at Crunchyroll Expo.

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Specific set times will be announced soon, but for now you can check out the schedule for New Crunchy City Music Fest below.

 

 

 

American artist/producer Kevin Brauer exploded on the international electronic music scene under the artist name Sevenn, producing hit tracks with the likes of DJ Alok, Tïësto, and Gucci Mane. He is represented by WME internationally and Plus Talent in Brazil.

 

 

James Landino is a music composer and DJ whose work can be found across numerous anime and video game soundtracks, including Tower of God in collaboration with Kevin Penkin.

 

 

SHIHORI is a Japanese pop singer/songwriter, best known for her collaborations with Yoko Kanno (Cowboy Bebop, Ghost in The Shell: Stand Alone Complex) and Kohei Tanaka (One Piece). She has written and composed for contemporary artists and for anime series including Fairy Tail, Macross Frontier and The Irregular at Magic High School.

 

 

 

ATARASHII GAKKO! Is the progressive J-Pop group bringing together elements of modern J-Pop, Showa-era kayokyoku, rap, punk, dance music, but it would be pointless to try to categorize them in any genre.

 

 

This Canadian electronic duo has performed across blockbuster festivals such as Lollapalooza and the Firefly Music Festival, along with supporting The Chainsmokers, Galantis, R3hab, and Adventure Club on tour.

 

 

Japanese rock band SiM will perform a full headline set including the first-ever live performance of The Rumbling, the hit opening theme for Attack on Titan: Final Season Part 2, outside of Japan. 

 

 

 

The poetic lyrics and electric melodies of J-Rock group Burnout Syndromes have powered the opening themes for beloved anime titles including three consecutive seasons of Haikyu!!, the opening theme for Dr. STONE, and the ending theme to Gintama.

 

 

 

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