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JpopAsia Press Conference with Stereopony (2012-09-06)

The following text is an excerpt of the original interview by JpopAsia. You can also read the full interview on the Very Good Days Forum. Stereopony is an all-female rock band that debuted in 2008. The band has seen much success due to the inclusion of many of their singles as theme songs for various animes. Their work in the …

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JaME Indonesia Interview with Stereopony (2012-09-02)

The following text is an English translated excerpt of the original interview by JaME Indonesia. Read the full English translation on the Very Good Days Forum. On the first day of Anime Festival Asia Indonesia held in Jakarta on the 1st of September 2012, the editorial team of JaME Indonesia was given the chance to interview the artists who will …

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KotakGame Interview with Stereopony (2012-09-02)

The following text is an English translated excerpt of the original interview by KotakGame. Read the full English translation on the Very Good Days Forum. On September 1, 2012, at PRJ Kemayoran, Jakarta, KotakGame crew got to interview the band Stereopony which consists of the beautiful members Aimi (Vocals+Guitar), Nohana (Bass), and Shiho (Drums). In an interview session which was …

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Sakura-Con 2012 Interview with Stereopony (2012-07-16)

The following text is an excerpt of the original interview by Sakura-Con. You can also read the full interview on the Very Good Days Forum. Forming in Okinawa in 2007, STEREOPONY has become famous in the world of anime through their numerous theme songs. Their debut single, “Hitohira No Hanabira,” was the seventeenth ending theme for the famous anime series …

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Weekly Shonen Jump Interview with Stereopony (2012-04-09)

The following text is an excerpt of the original interview by Weekly Shonen Jump. You can also read the full interview on the Very Good Days Forum. SJ Alpha had a special interview at Sakura-Con 2012 with the special music guests, STEREOPONY, the all-girls J-rock band known for the Bleach anime theme “Hitohira No Hanabira.” Also, we’ve got an exclusive …

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VGD Interview with STEREOPONY at Sakura-Con 2012

What did you think about yesterday’s performance? SHIHO: So exciting. Very funky. (Is my English right?) AIMI: We had a good time. It was really fun. NOHANA: It was really fun. I want to do it again. How is performing at an anime convention different than performing at live houses or other more traditional venues? SHIHO: Of course the size …

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Nippon Project Interview with Stereopony (2011-05-13)

The following text is an excerpt of the original interview by Nippon Project. You can also read the full interview on the Very Good Days Forum. At Anime Boston we had some time to sit with Stereopony for a chat. They are really upbeat and fun, just like their music. Nippon Project: First let’s start by introducing each other from …

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Anime Herald Interview with Stereopony (2011-05-01)

The following text is an excerpt of the original interview by Anime Herald. You can also read the full interview on the Very Good Days Forum. MF: Earlier this month, your newest EP Chiisana Mahou came out in American digital storefronts. Can you tell us a little bit about that? Stereopony: Aimi: Chiisana Mahou literally means “small magic.” We wrote …

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Anime News Network Interview with Stereopony (2011-04-25)

The following text is an excerpt of the original interview by Anime News Network. You can also read the full interview on the Very Good Days Forum. Anime News Network: You’ve done music for Bleach, Darker than BLACK, Gundam 00, Tegami Bachi, Yatterman… do you have a favorite among these? Aimi: For the Yatterman movie, actually, we got to go …

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Very Good Days! Interview From Anime Boston

First, welcome back to the United States. This is your third time back, and second anime convention. What are your thoughts on yesterday’s performance? Stereopony: It was very exciting! What is it like performing in America, and how is a live here different than in Japan? Stereopony: Though in Japan there is a lot of excitement, in America, the fans also …

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