While there are several tours of Japanese acts ongoing in Europe, we can still look forward to watching concerts via livestreaming. By now, it has become unmissable and thankfully so! Chaotic Harmony, a US-based webshop and event organiser, has planned their very first event in Japan, titled Awaken Chaos, featuring four acts.
SANA, or actually it is SAИА these days, should not be an unknown name by now. The guitarist and singer-songwriter has already had the opportunity to tour Europe several times and has also collaborated with Chaotic Harmony in the United States. Fun fact, he has another tour in Europe planned soon, when more information is known about this we will write about it. He will be the opening act for Awaken Chaos.
Flutter Echo was started by HERO’s SARSHI in 2015 and is now active as a two-member EDM group, consisting of vocalist and guitarist SARSHI and rapper and bassist Kazama. In 2021, a track by Flutter Echo was featured on a Chaotic Harmony compilation album, Chaos Collection.
Broken By The Scream
Active since 2016, alternative idol group Broken By The Scream recently released their first release via Tokuma Japan Communications, RISE into CHAOS. Furthermore, Broken By The Scream has previously collaborated with Chaotic Harmony for several performances at Saboten Con 2019 and Katsucon 2023. Read our recent interview with them.
Hollow Mellow is the music project of Iruma Rioka, started in 2014, a gothic lolita musician who has already had the opportunity to perform several times on overseas stages with her fashion and music. Hollow Mellow’s music has characteristics corresponding to darkness and gothic, fantasy and fairy tales, as well as classical and antique melodies infused with guitar rock. Hollow Mellow has also had the opportunity to perform in the United States through Chaotic Harmony, such as at Tokyo in Tulsa 2015 and Nekocon 2019.
Originally the duo LYNCS was scheduled to perform at this event, but this act withdrew from the event line-up due to various circumstances. SANA has become the replacement act.