What You Need to Know:
- In the previous interview, OxT discussed their memories of 90s anime music, and how modern songs may be more limited due to the industry. In this interview, they continued said discussion, showing just how seriously these two work on their songs.
- OxT explained how they face the anime industry with a survivalist’s mentality.
Tom-H@ck: Essentially, I think it’s important for creators like us to firmly state our opinions about the current circumstances. We might be able to affect not just the creation side, but also how we capture fans’ attention. In the end, music is entertainment, so it’s all about how much approval it gets.
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Oishi: I completely understand that from the animation side, they want the theme song to follow the content of the series. The show isn’t going to go on forever, though, so it’s good to aim for a song that can also stand on its own. It’s like maintaining the balance of a pendulum as time flows. Although, we’re in a position where we can control that flow.