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Art Record Covers Book Review ( Taschen )

Posted By yonghow on July 12th, 2017

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Sakura Nagashi – Utada Hikaru + Evangelion Music Video

Posted By yonghow on October 2nd, 2016

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Freak Of The Week – Freak Kitchen Animated MTV

Posted By yonghow on March 17th, 2015

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Evangelion – Another Impact CG Short

Posted By yonghow on February 7th, 2015

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Evangelion 3.0 + Utada Hikaru – Sakura Nagashi

Posted By yonghow on May 4th, 2013

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Final Fantasy XIV Soundtrack – Battle Tracks / Field Tracks

Posted By yonghow on September 29th, 2010


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Viva La Vida, Liberty Leading the People, and Eugene Delacroix

Posted By yonghow on July 17th, 2008


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Joe Hisashi at the Budokan

Posted By yonghow on May 26th, 2008


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Utada Hikaru and red camisoles

Posted By yonghow on February 8th, 2008


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Utada Hikaru reads Ghost in the Shell ?

Posted By yonghow on October 31st, 2007


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Utada Hikaru “Kiss & Cry” MTV Freedom version

Posted By yonghow on September 10th, 2007

About 2 months ago, word came that we will be helping out with the production for Utada Hikaru’s MTV for “Kiss & Cry“, her latest single. Although Freedom has always been associated with Utada’s music right from the start ( the opening credits feature her song “This is Love” ), the chance to actually work on one her MTVs naturally got me fairly excited, as I am a big fan. A rough cut of the MTV has already been completed, and I was just dying to see it.


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Paul Van Dyk – In Between

Posted By yonghow on August 10th, 2007

Its a little known fact ( to all but my closest clubbing friends ) that I invariably succumb to temporal insanity whenever fed any music by Paul Van Dyk. Its like flipping on a switch inside me. His Politics of Dancing II Tour at Ageha in 2006 was one of best gigs I ever went to, so its utterly saddening that I had to miss his In Between Tour earlier in June this year due to work commitments.

I have only the album release on the 14th this month to salve my pain, but for my Singaporean friends, PVD will be spinning at Zouk on the 1st of September, you lucky chaps. You won’t be needing any booze; PVD’s music alone is intoxicating enough.