The Uni-Tablist presents: Women of Japanese Rap Vol.2, a new mix highlighting my favorite female rappers from the genres of Japanese pop, rap, and alternative hip-hop. Featured artists include Chelmico, Pinoko, Lyrical School, Wednesday Campanella, and more.
In this episode of Japan 2.0 David and Matt share some unspoken rules to abide by and tell stories of some of the embarrassing and awkward situations that they have found themselves in since they moved to Japan.
Japan loves its music festivals, and it also loves its camping. In this episode of Japan 2.0, David and Matt share their experiences from a campsite music festival.
In this episode of Japan 2.0 David and Matt examine their hearts and rack their brains to answer the question, is Japan still cool?
In this episode of the Japan 2.0 podcast, David and Matt are joined by a restaurant manager, Chad, who was visiting Japan in hopes of expanding his restaurant business to Tokyo.
On this episode of Japan 2.0, David and Matt are once again joined by Emily, and the three of them discuss one of their favorite video game series, Katamari Damacy. With the release of OST on vinyl and the forthcoming rerelease of the game on Nintendo Switch and PC, Katamari has been on their minds as of late. They discuss how the game portrays the weird and comical aspects of Japanese daily life, the usage of cute/ugly art, and share their favorite songs from the amazing Katamari soundtrack.
This bonus episode of Doki Doki Radio is a mixtape that the Uni-Tablist crated for David and Matt’s now defunct South Korean subculture podcast “Two Crude Mandudes”.
Japan vs. Korea In this episode of Japan 2.0, David and Matt are joined by their friend Chris as they … More
Sayonara Summer is a mix of summer inspired Japanese hip-hop and R&B cuts that were on heavy rotation during the Japan 2.0 Tokyo Adventure. Let’s send off the Tokyo Adventure series with a musical interpretation of the memories and nostalgia that only a summer excursion could inspire.
Part three of our fated Tokyo trip:
Doki Doki Radio: Japanese Super Hero Funk
In this episode of Doki Doki Radio, the Uni-Tablist is back with an all vinyl mix of funky Japanese super hero themes from the 60s and 70s.
Tracks include theme songs from Spider-Man, Gatchaman, Robot Keiji K, Mazinger Z, Kamen Rider X, and more!
Thanks for listening!
In this episode of the Japan 2.0 podcast, David and Matt discuss how Japanese companies and brands often create limited … More
David and Matt visit the bar where you can choose different canned meats to pair with your beer. https://ia601506.us.archive.org/32/items/Japan2.0Mr.Kanzo/Japan%202.0%20-%20Mr.%20Kanzo.mp3 Japan … More
When you come to Japan you’ll find that vending machines are everywhere! They are on every corner, in front of … More
The Japanese music scene has seen a surge of female rappers in the last few years. From verses on idol … More
In this special episode of the Japan 2.0 podcast, Matt is joined by producer/rapper Artem Koker, aka the Wild Factor. … More
In this episode of the Doki Doki Radio show, the Uni-Tablist digs through his collection of Shibuya-kei vinyl to … More
I was walking to Mmm Que Rico (one of my favorite cafes in Nakatsu, Osaka), when I received a message … More
It’s Japan 2.0’s Hanami anniversary episode! When the cherry blossoms are in bloom, the J2.0 crew tends to get introspective. … More
Museums and Galleries – Is Japan a good place for artists? – Small galleries are everywhere – The … More
We dig themed cafes, and Japan has a ton of them. Join David and Matt as they discuss the types of … More
Japanese Hip-Hop Showcase David and Matt are big fans of Japanese hip-hop so they decided to put a mix together … More
Happy New Year! David and Matt wanted to do something special for the first episode of the new season, so … More
Western Holidays in Japan Click here to download Western holidays that are celebrated in Japan Halloween Christmas Easter Know Your … More
Doki Doki Radio Live Vol.1: Shibuya Kei In this special episode of the Japan 2.0 podcast, David and Matt get … More
Osaka: Nishinari -Nishinari and Hanozonocho -How we came to learn about Nishinari -The most dangerous neighborhood in Japan? -Ghettos in … More
A bonus mini-mix of upbeat Japanese grooves to put a little pep in your step. Brought to you by Japan … More