WEEBS! While I’m not one myself, I am still a lover of Porter’s mixes, and I remember him playing this in a live setlist video.
Every beat is matched perfectly, it feels completely like you’re playing and dancing along with the entire song. I am unfamiliar with the source of the song, but I much prefer what Porter brings to the table with his unique sound.
ClariS is a Japanese pop music idol duo which formed in 2009 with singers Clara and Alice from Hokkaido, who were in junior high school at the time.
The pair began singing covers and submitting them to the Niconico video sharing website between 2009 and 2010. ClariS later signed to SME Records and released their debut single “Irony” in October 2010. Three more singles were released between 2011 and 2012, followed by their debut album Birthday (2012). Birthday was awarded a Gold Disc by the Recording Industry Association of Japan for having exceeded 100,000 copies shipped in a single year. Six more singles were released between 2012 and 2014, which were featured on their second album Second Story (2013) and third album Party Time (2014). Alice left the unit following Party Time’s release, and Karen joined ClariS in late 2014. ClariS moved to the Sacra Music record label under Sony Music Entertainment Japan in 2017.
ClariS’ music has been featured in anime series such as Oreimo, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Bakemonogatari, and Eromanga Sensei.
They have also performed at the Nippon Budokan, and at anime music events in Japan such as Animax Musix and Animelo Summer Live. In November 2017, they made their first overseas appearance at Anime Festival Asia in Singapore.
Porter Robinson is an American electronic music producer and singer.
He is known for coining the term ‘complextro’, a portmanteau of ‘complex’ and ‘electro’ used to refer to the intricately detailed style of house music as popularised by his SpitfireEP (2011). He drastically changed his sound by creating an indie electronic debut album, Worlds in 2014.
Both being very close friends, they went on a North American tour, which would expand to a European tour and stops in Japan and Australia. The Shelter Tour ended with the last stop being Coachella 2017.
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