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Thursday, January 19, 2006

Girl Pop

January's issue of Girl Pop magazine (like What's In, also owned by Sony) features a Halcali interview and photoshoot. Sadly, the interview came out about 3 weeks after it actually would have meant something. Fellas, if you're going to have one of your artists in one of your magazines promote a single, best to do it before the thing has been released, largely ignored, then forgotten. The interview is stock, but i'm going over it to pick out anything you might find interesting. In the meantime, here's Halcali looking oddly pre-Sony again...


3 Comments:

Anonymous Jamie said...

This is Jamie in New York City, who just got his copy of Tip Tap Tips after waiting over a month for it to arrive at my Kinokuniya bookstore.

I love the song but am also baffled. What does Tip Tap Tips mean? Why do they light matches?

Explain if you wish. I will cherish their music even if it confuses me.

5:34 AM

 
Blogger jariten said...

Tip Taps Tip is a reference to marching on the spot, presumably it has something to do with the way your feet touch the ground when you do it. The Japanese is 足踏み, which can also be used to mean "stalemate" or "standstill". Doesn't help much does it?!
I'm not sure why they light matches, or see those creepy stuffed owls either.

12:51 AM

 
Anonymous sora-kara said...

AHaha
I love the singing birds!


*Thanks for the pics there too - The last one is too funny! *

5:48 PM

 

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