Yasutaka Nakata, kz, tofubeats and banvox Slay Ultimate Sold-out Show “YYY” Vol.0.5: After Report
Next up was kz（livetune）who kicked off the set with his signature track “Tell Your World feat. Hatsune Miku,” mashing it up with a track by Porter Robinson. From EDM to tracks with vocals, he kept the audience hooked for what he had next in line, offering a treasure box full of various dance music tracks. The set headed to a finish with Yano Anna making an appearance for his final track, where she performed the tracks produced for livetune+, a collab between livetune and Yano Anna formed last year.
The third to come up on stage was tofubeats who just released his 2nd major album “POSTIVE,” readily offering some omatsuri vibes off of the album to shake up the venue. His following track “STAKEHOLDER” mashed up KOHH’s rapping in the intro, and kept it rolling with remixes incorporating his garage and vogue styles, stringing them together as if a megamix. The party had reached way above its height by then.
Right around mid-set, he took the mic in his hands and busted out his anthemic “Asadan” and “Disco no Kamisama.” Having the crowd come as one amidst a huge sing-along, he then got his “whistle techno” going, letting fans fall in love with the club scene all over again.
Last but definitely not the least — the party was headlined by the one and only, Yasutaka Nakata from CAPSULE. The set kicked off in ode to tofubeats’ fresh album — his track on “POSITIVE” remixes, “POSITIVE feat. Dream Ami – Nakata Yasutaka (CAPSULE) REMIX.”