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Bump, cmon we've got to have more lovely volcas <3 

post #32 of 42
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Originally Posted by TheJazzyH View Post

Lunatique has pretty much gotten my taste in female vocals down as well.

 

After using vocaloid for their first album, j-pop band Supercell has picked some amazing human singers for nearly all subsequent songs.

 

For their second album, Supercell collaborated with Nagi Yanagi, who to my ears and taste, is just perfect. Amazingly soft, lush, and soothing with a good range of expression. There was one time I was listening to her that I seriously thought to myself, "are there angels who speak Japanese?". 

 

 

After Yanagi left, Supercell picked two new girls after holding an audition. First is Koeda, whose voice is just a little harsh and lacking in range, IMO. But despite that, the emotion she puts in really shines through to me. 

 

 

The other chosen singer is Chelly, who I believe can give Yanagi a run for her money. She sings under Supercell's alternate name of EGOIST.

 

 

Waiting for Supercell's 3rd album is killing me!

I love Yanaginagi's voice too~ and am glad that she is doing well even after leaving Supercell.

 

The current Supercell is not bad too but not so much of my liking, while EGOIST(chelly) is just wonderful... love her every single song so far

 

 

It seems Kokia has not yet been mentioned here:

 

 

Suzuki Konomi, a very young new singer:

post #33 of 42

 

I don't like seeing this thread not getting updated haha


Edited by Trikky99 - 5/5/13 at 5:32pm
post #34 of 42

 

The singer (s) known as 3L, popular in the touhou music world.  Anyone got more catchy, beaty music like this with great vocals?  (non 3L prefered, i've skimmed through'em already)

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Here's something I don't think I've posted in this thread yet.

 

post #36 of 42

woah, I knew playing things in slow motion was epic, but playing it backwards in slow motion is even more epic!

post #37 of 42

And here is another artist i just know from myspace, her name is Mi Xian, u can find her on youtube as well. I enjoyed her song as much as Tong Li, two singer with two different style from two different culture.

 

http://www.myspace.com/search/Music?q=mi%20xian&musictype=3&slpf=MusicSiteSearch&page=1

post #38 of 42

OneofUs - Elegance

 

post #39 of 42
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Originally Posted by chengsta View Post

woah, I knew playing things in slow motion was epic, but playing it backwards in slow motion is even more epic!
Yeah, good stuff. That video really grabs your attention!
Thx
post #40 of 42

I have to admit I find most female vocal boring and unengaging musically.

 

This Swedish artist is a big exception. The melodies are heartbreakingly beautiful simply put.

post #41 of 42

Damn, I'm a sucker for sad songs.  Especially if they have pianos and female vocals.  triportsad.gif

post #42 of 42
First time seeing this thread, thought I'd share a pretty unknown group called mister wives their website:
http://misterwives.com/music-2/
The singer is Mandy Lee she has some good stuff on youtube and did a great midnight city cover with the knocks. Some of her older stuff here:
https://soundcloud.com/mandyleemusic

I don't like the first video they made as a group but:

Edited by linglingjr - 5/20/13 at 3:37pm
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