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Unshin at Aid for Japan Music Event in London this Saturday

posted on 2011-10-20 20:00 EDT
Venue in Hoxton, line-up also includes Lo-Fi, K-Shaped Rooms, GaYa.

The J-pop band Unshin (pictured) is among the line-up at an Aid for Japan music event on Saturday October 22. As reported previously, Aid for Japan supports orphans of the Japan tsunami and earthquake.

Called HAA-TO-BII-TO, the event runs from 7.30 p.m. to 11 p.m. The venue is the Underbelly of Hoxton on Hoxton Square, near Old Street Station map. Tickets are £6 on the door.

Unshin recently released their album "Waltz for Broken Dolls," accompanied by animation supplied by Mai Yoshida (webpage).

The event line-up includes another J-pop band, Lo-Fi, joined by Blues and Rock guitarist David Ma. Also performing are the London band K-Shaped Rooms and the Latvian singer GaYa.

There will be a presentation by Akemi Solloway of Aid for Japan, and a raffle to win Asian films from Terracotta Distribution.


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