KuwagataP / クワガタPmylist
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KuwagataP has been making and uploading songs since 2009 with his debut Miku song "sing2song". Since then he's been active in the Vocaloid community, with his works always reaching more than 20, 000 views each. You might remember him by his 2 most famous works Kimi no Taion
KuwagataP's main genre is rock, and his songs are always laced with solid, upfront guitar music which sometimes he himself plays with his Gibson Les Paul guitar. The charm in his songs lies in their fast-paced, crisp tunes, rising slowly into full-power choruses. There are times, though, when he does technopop song space
. His songs often talk about inner self conflicts and problems met in everyday life.
He mostly used Hatsune Miku for his songs, usually with her voice solid and high. He also used Luka and GUMI at some points to sing his more recent works. Aside from those, he also sometimes invite real singers to sing his songs (like Denirou). His songs are all different with varying arrangements, there are tell-tale ways in his playing and Miku's tuning that makes his songs recognizably his.
He most often collaborates with artist Ryono for art in his music as well as in his album. KuwagataP also sings covers of his songs and other producers' songs. Recently, he released a mini-album where he sung some of his songs. sample songs
(aside from those mentioned above)
• liar liar
• Flashback Sound
• Usotsuki no Merry-go-Round
(original by hachi)
• Guriguri Megane to Gekochuu
(original by FullkawaP)
I actually encountered KuwagataP's name very early with "sing2sing", although I didn't like his music first because his Miku is very high that it was hard to sing along with his songs. However, his release of "Puzzle" made me follow the rest of his works. While I love most of his hits (those that have more than 100k views) because of their catchy beats as well as wonderful tunes, my favorite will be (and always be) "Kimi no Taion". He is presently one of my favorite producers, especially when it comes to Vocarock. But I like him more when he sings