In our bid to have our Anime Music on the AIRS radio show stay seasonally relevant, we turn to anime music that touches upon the themes that we so closely associate with summer: the warm days, the sound of waves pelting the shore relentlessly, the laziness that hot weather seemingly brings, and, of course, the friendships that become all the tighter as a result of shared memories. Because of the theme, the selections might be a bit more uniform, but we hope you enjoy this recording and that you’re able to relax to it.
Anime Music on the AIRS ep. 7
[audio: AIRS Ep 7.mp3]
0:53 – Seto no Hanayome – Romantic Summer – Haruko Momoi and Sakura Nogawa
5:41 – Fruit of Grisaia – Orange Sunshine – Fujita Junpei (requested by wavedash)
8:15 – My-HiME – Summer, Sky, Sea Breeze – Yuki Kajiura
11:43 – Yokohama Kidaishi Kikou ~Quiet Country Cafe~ – Café Alpha – Main Theme – Choro Club (requested by Llamapox)
15:49 – Cross Game – Summer Rain – Kobukuro
21:49 – Air – Natsukage – Jun Maeda (requested by Anon~)
25:31 – Natsume Yuujinchou – Yuruyaka Na Aze Michi De – Makoto Yoshimori (requested by Camilla)
30:55 – Someday’s Dreamers – Hot Frenzy – Takfumi Haketa
34:03 – Birdy the Mighty DECODE – Let’s Go Together – Afromania
38:29 – 5 Centimeters Per Second – Kanae no Kimochi – Tenmon (requested by Kaikyaku)
Apologies for being a week late since I was off traveling around, but now that I’m back, the schedule should be back to normal.
So now that we’re back to normal, we’ll look to push out another episode next week! Two weeks of AIRS can’t be a bad thing, so feel free to start requesting tracks to be played in future shows and we’ll get in as many as we can! To continue with the concept of summer, we’ll focus on music that evokes a feeling as though you’re traveling.
Also, if you have other themes you’d like me to place on the docket, feel free to throw your suggestions our way.
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