Animecast: Music of Winter 2015 Anime

We’re knee-deep into the Winter 2015 season and have managed to get an earful of new musical tracks!  What better time than to run through a list of the Otaku Spirit favorites!  Hit the download, hit the volume, and listen in!

winter2015featWe got a host of great tracks from different genres.  Amazing traditional Japanese style from Akiko Shikata, some more great work from Sawano Hiroyuki, some sexy Bonjour Suzuki, and even some sugary Maaya Sakamoto!

We hope you all enjoy!

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Songs spotlight in this episode:

  • “Flyers” by BRADIO – Death Parade OP
  • “Last Theater” by NoisyCell – Death Parade ED
  • “Kamisama no Kamisama” by Hanae – Kamisama 2 OP
  • “Orange” by 7!! – Your Lie In April ED2
  • “Ano Mori de Matteru” by Bonjour Suzuki – Yurikuma Arashi OP
  • “Territory” by cast – Yurikuma Arashi ED
  • “Miiro” by Akino from bless4 – KanColle OP
  • “Kyokugen Dreamer” by SCREEN mode – Yatterman Night OP
  • “& Z” by sawanohiroyuki[nZk]:mizuki – Aldnoah.Zero 2 OP
  • “Genesis” by Eir Aoi – Aldnoah.Zero 2 ED
  • “Headhunt” by Okamoto’s – DurararaX2 Shou OP
  • “Never Say Never” by Three Lights Down Kings – DurararaX2 Shou ED
  • “Kimiiro Signal” by Luna Haruna – Saekano OP
  • “The 5 Ways I Know to Become Happy” by Maaya Sakamoto – Gourmet Girl Graffiti OP
  • “Akatsuki no Hana” by Cynthia – Yona of the Dawn OP2
  • “Akatsuki” by Akiko Shikata – Yona of the Dawn ED2

Co-Founder of and Co-Host of the OtakuSpirit Animecast. A huge fan of anime since the early 1990s, consuming over 1300 shows. Outside of Otaku Spirit, he has been a judge for the Anime Awards and aided in reviewing titles for some publishers. While he's late to the collecting scene, he's found a lot of joy in filling his DVD/Blu-ray collection as well as collecting figures. Sharing this joy, he posts unboxing and feature videos on anime goods to YouTube.