Otaku Life Radio to Interview Salia, Psychic Lover and Broadcast from Akiba Fest J-Pop Halloween Concert Ball

Otaku Life Radio will be airing an Interview with Salia of Unicorn Table and Psychic Lover on October 26, 2007 and will be broadcasting live from the Akiba Fest J-Pop Halloween Concert Ball.

Delaware – October 25, 2007, – Otaku Life Radio will be interviewing Salia of Unicorn Table and Psychic Lover on October 26, 2007 at 9 pm and broadcasting live from the Akiba Fest J-Pop Halloween Concert Ball on October 27th, 2007.

Otaku Life Radio, a professional real time broadcast radio station that specializes in Asian pop Culture and News, will be broadcasting an interview with Salia of Unicorn Table and Psychic Lover, guests of the upcoming Akiba Fest J-Pop Halloween Concert Ball, on October 26, 2007 at 9 pm.

Salia, the lead songstress of Unicorn Table and singer of hit songs such as “Fly Away” from Jinki: Extend and the Cutie Honey Flash Theme song, will be speaking with Otaku Life Radio about her upcoming debut solo album and her upcoming performance at the Akiba Fest Halloween Concert Ball, presented by Tenbu Productions and Scion. Along with Salia, Otaku Life Radio will be speaking with Psychic Lover, a popular sentai group known in the anime community for their musical contributions to Transformers Armada, Witchblade, Gaiking, and much more. Both groups will be performing at the Akiba Fest J-Pop Halloween Concert Ball in Springfield, Virginia at the Jaxx Night Club.

The Otaku Life Radio interview with Salia and Psychic lover is scheduled to air on October 26th, 2007 at 9 pm and is part of the Akiba Fest J-Pop Halloween Concert Ball coverage that will take place all weekend. This is also part of the new program format Otaku Life Radio is putting together for their worldwide listeners that can range nearly 2000 at any given time. Other program themes they plan include anime and manga news, local Japanese trends and J-pop news and comments. Many shows will be accessible to nationwide real time callers through their “800” number.

Shows can be heard through their web-stream accessible at: www.otakuliferadio.com


Salia is most recently known as the songstress from the duo unicorn table who's hit songs “Fly Away”, "To be Free" and “Earth” were used as themes for the 2005 Japanese hit Anime “Jinki:Extend”.

This talented recording artist broke into the Anime and J-Pop music scene with the theme for the Japanese anime, "Cutie Honey Flash". She then gained fame as the singer of the ending theme song of the popular Sentai show “Gao Ranger”. Since then she has shined as a writer and composer for groups like “The Funny Stones” and her own musical group "unicorn table", which she shines as lead vocalist. Also known for singing the title track
“Trust” for the popular anime “Vandred”, she presents versatility and vocal skill as she masters a variety of music formats from techno to rock!
In 2006, Salia made her American debut appearance at Katsucon. She performed songs off unicorn table's hit album "uncountable" that also features character tracks from the anime "School Rumble" and more. She also performed other solo songs written and composed by her. In her music you can hear her love of Rock, Jazz, R&B and Techno music. Since then her popularity in Japan as well as in the US has grown in the last year.
Currently Salia is recording tracks for her new solo album to be released in the US by TenBu Productions!


Psychic Lover is more recently known for their hit opening and ending theme songs “XTC” and “Gaiking” from Funimation's Witchblade and “Dream On” and “Never Ending Road” from Transformers: Armada.

Vocalist Yoffy and guitarist Imajo make up the core of Psychic Lover, which is now a band that is currently in high demand around the world and their U.S. inspired rock sound as granted them international fame and their laid-back personalities have made them the perfects for many of Japan's top variety shows and fan favorites.


Akiba Fest is an interactive concert show that focuses on activities surrounding performances by main entertainers. Though there is a merchants and activity area, most of the focus is on stage where they present the talents of popular and up-and-coming Japanese Entertainers and, at times, pull the audience in to experience and learn the latest trends moving through the small portion of Tokyo, Japan known as Akihabara (Akiba for short).

Akiba Fest puts on events designed to not just introduce people to Japanese Pop Culture;
but to have them experience first hand new cultural phenomenon and trends moving through the J-pop and Otaku world. Our goal is to celebrate the Japanese entertainer's presence in the Japanese Pop Cultural wave that is hitting America while also educating and exposing people to popular trends that emerge from the streets of Japan's home base for Otaku: Akihabara.

Akiba Fest had its successful start in December 2006 as an event venue for the retail store Anime FX. The first US event of its kind, Akiba Fest offered a night of on stage cosplay entertainment and introduced the US to the Japanese pop rock group 'unicorn table,” now gaining a huge following through out the US.
In this tradition Akiba Fest sets out to continue the trend of introducing America to trendy and noteworthy entertainers while maintaining to usher in well known artists and groups.


Otaku Life Radio is a professional real time broadcast radio station that specializes in Asian pop culture news and events. Founded in early 2007 Otaku Life Radio is an officially licensed and certified broadcast station with its own radio transmitter located in Delaware. Mostly focusing on their streaming broadcast to be able to reach a worldwide audience Otaku Life Radio is able to host over 2000 listeners at one time as well as offer private listening sessions for clubs on alternative servers.
One of the first, if not the only real time Radio broadcast specializing in 24 Anime / J-pop culture and news in the US, Otaku Life Radio specializes in Anime and Manga reviews, news, gaming, entertainer interviews, convention reviews, music and more.

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