Thursday, April 26, 2012

Hardware Girls Mayu and Eyetaso of Cutie Pai

Hardware Girls Mayu and Eyetaso of Cutie Pai

Just released today here is a beautiful photo of Mayu and Eyetaso of the techno/anime music idol unit Cutie Pai. Mayu (left) is the lead singer and keyboard player and she is wearing a Necomimi on her head. Eyetaso (aka. Julie Watai) is the backup singer/dancer and the video jockey when Mayu does solo performances. Cutie Pai is a self-produced group who, unlike other idol groups, write their own songs, design the costumes they wear and dance and sing very well.

Here they are performing their original songs "Techno Doll" and "Spicy Chelsea" in Koenji, Tokyo June 2010:



Be sure to pick up a Cutie Pai CD and the Hardware Girls Magazine today!

Related:

Mayu of Cutie Pai by Julie Watai

6 comments:

  1. First I automatically fapped to the picture. Then I played the video and got another boner. So I fapped to it too. I need to take a nap.

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  2. I'll see your Techno Doll and raise you a Chicago born Sex Doll. http://youtu.be/0JL-Xq3UlGw

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  3. Whatz with the jiji otaku audience screaming all the time? きもい/Kimoi creapazoids!

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  4. Thank you Joe. I have seen that kind of audience participation at other live shows for other Japanese bands in Tokyo. Well, I'm not sure but I believe it is a kind of backup chant that the hard-core fans/fan clubs create in order to be a part of the music. Indeed, it is quite a unique and enthusiastic form of fan support.

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