2 – Could you tell us a bit about the History of the label, it’s important moments etc?
There hasn’t really been any important moments, but the label itself was an important moment. I got into lolicore in 2011, this was the same time when many of the 1st wave artists were either quitting or moving on from the genre. I had a few circles of friends but everyone was pretty scattered across numerous websites. RaevLoli came up with the idea of making a Facebook group, so we made Lolicore Artists Association. All of us were making music but we didn’t really have anywhere to put it, you can always self-release but if you don’t have a strong fanbase its basically lost in the sea of the internet. I initially created Tsundere Violence as a home for my friends and I to release on, then it started to grow, and has grown massively since those early days.
As with the importance thing, the important moment was the existence of the label itself. It revitalized lolicore, which was a dying genre at the time. It was the Bubblegum Luv and UGU of the second wave. But unlike those labels that died off with the first wave, Tsundere Violence is still going strong long into the 3rd wave, and for all waves to come. Tsundere Violence kept lolicore alive.
3 – You mainly do digital releases but you still have a store with merch including physical copies of some of your releases but also shirts , stickers etc, do you plan to make this bigger with the time passing by or keep mainly on a netlabel format?
4 – Could you tell us what are your top 3 favourite releases on Tsundere Violence?
This is the hardest question to answer lol, there’s just so many things on the label and stuff is so varied. Its really hard to pick the best three, but if someone who was new to the label and asked what artists to check out I would say: Napkin Terrorizer, Ennnn, Himeko Katagiri, Ninja McTits, Vaenus / Reizikini, GUNSLINGER-R / AMEN JUNKY / CDR, RaevLoli, Tsubaki Yeah!, Kyary Ero Guro, TETSURO, GHETTOLOLITECH, Floppie, Schoolgirl Upon Thy Corpse, and of course all of the compilations~!
But aaaaaaaaaaaaa, I know after this interview goes public I’m going to constantly go “DARN I WISH I MENTIONED _____”. Thanks fam for the new “I wish I did this differently” scenario~! :^)
Seriously though, people who like exploring music and finding sonic treasure can have a lot of fun exploring the 900+ releases. Download tons of stuff, explore artists and their releases over the years, stuff on there is diverse, even releases from the same person can sound nothing alike. Download stuff and have fun~!
6 – Could you explain to newcomers what lolicore is?
This should’ve been question two lol haha B) (editor’s note : Indeed. I’m still a beginner at interviewing :P)
I’ve seen a lot of people give incorrect definitions of lolicore, so its good that I’m being asked this~
Also, when I said that people give wrong definitions I meant stuff like this:
• People say it parodies lolicon otaku culture, but they mean it in a way that’s untrue. I’ve seen people try to imply that lolicore is somehow against what its about. WHAT THE FUCK, HOW???? Whoever says this is a poser, lolicore artists make fun of themselves because its hilarious. They aren’t anti-lolicon, they aren’t anti-otaku, they’re just making funny titles, its part of the culture. Lolicore is not meant to be PC, its literally a genre about the sexualization of children, its not anti-lolicon because the listener might be against it. Is white power music no longer racist because you’re not? Also, a lot of lolicore artists are lolicons, and not all are 2D only, cheesy pizza anyone? :^) (editor’s note : we here sure do not support non-2D lolicon, actually we find this quite disgusting!)/end rant
7 – You told me recently you have quite a shitton of projects yourself, could you tell us about your most important ones and which ones would you recommend us to check?
Yeah dude, I have literally like AT LEAST 60+ different aliases, and almost all of them are still active (even the ones that barely have any releases, lol). I remember this dude in high school was somehow disturbed by the alias thing, and I only had a few at the time. Himeko Katagiri is definitely my most important one, its my persona, and my best music is released as it. My other most important one is Ninja McTits, its my most active alias and is mostly for noise but I’ve released lolicore and what not as it too. I’m actually a very stressed out person and doing noise really makes me feel better, even if I end up bleeding after recording sessions~! There’s Recovering Hikikomori too, its cloud trap stuff, it took a long time to finally get my sound together for that alias but its really fun remixing music I like. Also check out Sunblock Bukkake and Protostomia. There’s Seifuku Sound too, its totally unlike the rest of aliases, its very soundtracky, sounds like JRPG and anime music. My friend and I made a black metal circle last year and that has been birthing tons of new projects, both solo and bands. When the time comes, the info about the circle and the link to where to purchase the tapes will ONLY be available on my personal Facebook, but I wanted to troll those who can’t get them since kvlt and what not haha >:^3
Hopefully this doesn’t crash FireFox since I’ve been typing all of this in my email, but here’s a list of all of my aliases and bands that I can think of, there might be more by the time this interview is released:
Himeko Katagiri (Breakcore / Lolicore)
Ninja McTits (Noise / Lolicore)
Recovering Hikikomori (Cloud Trap / Instrumental Hip-Hop)
Belgum Trail (IDM)
Sunblock Bukkake (Loligrind)
PANTSU SCUM (Scum)
Seifuku Sound (JRPG, Anime, And Eroge styled BGM / Classical)
Prometh (Dungeon Synth)
TCLB (Field Recording)
C. (Experimental Classical)
Ibuki Mioda (Raw Black Metal)
ChibiuSSa Kult (Stupidly Raw Black Metal)
White Genocide (Southern RAC / Black Metal)
1960’s Daisuki (HNW)
Zange Chiroh (Christian Black Ambient)
DJ Tsundere Violence (DJ)
DJ Nonstick Cookware (Mashup / Screw)
DJ Nurse Joy (Ultra Shit Mashcore)
DJ ебать війни (Hardvapour)
11:30 PM (UTAU Dreampop / IDM / House / Moeclick)
An-Nāṣirah (Industrial / Noise / Instrumental Hip-Hop / Turntablism)
Azusa The Raw Data Tester (Experimental)
Burkha ضجيج (Industrial / Noise / Instrumental Hip-Hop / Turntablism)
Ｆｉｌｅ Ｃｉｔｙ (Vaporwave)
HarshNoise Suzumiya (Plunderphonics Noise)
Lolitendo (NESBM / Chiptune)
Omorashi (Instrumental Hip-Hop / Turntablism / Acid)
おやすみＦａｃｅｂｏｏｋ™ (Vaporwave / Mallsoft)
島田市 Ｊａｐａｎ １９９５ (Vaporwave)
Beauty Nails (Vaporwave)
加油站和便利店24/7 (Vaporwave / Mallsoft)
李桂英 ＆ 吳趙 Ｌａｗ Ｆｉｒｍ (Vaporwave)
Chrono Crusader (Christian Black Metal)
ＬＯＬＩヴォミツ (Parody Black Metal)
CCCCCCCCxxxxxxxcxxccxc (Parody Cybergrind)
Missed Call Of Misanthropy (Cellphone Black Metal)
Randoseru (Vocaloid Grindcore)
Kupelekwa Kutokomea (Gorenoise / Noisegrind / Zoogrind)
Menorrhagia Anemia (Goregrind / Gorenoise)
Hedera Helix (Experimental Grindcore)
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Hot Tub Full Of Menstrual Blood (Gorenoise / Noisegrind / Noisecore)
Lonely Spacecraft (Space Ambient)
yumichanzeropoint367 (Experimental / Experimental Ambient / Ambient / Noise)
Fumiko Ishino (Acid / Techno)
Dog-Eared Loli (Pseudo-Zoogrind)
Kvlt Ov Kvroneko (Black Metal)
SS Brigade (Black Metal)
Frostbitten Freezerburned McFlurry Moon Forests Of Spooky Darkness (Parody Black Ambient)
Keyne Acqua (Xwave)
✝언약 예배 센터✝ (Christian Vaporwave)
Black Vampire (Gothic Symphonic Black Metal)
ＨＯＵＳＥ ＰＬＡＮＴオーディオ (Vaporwave)
Pony’s Home (Ambient)
Antarctica Exploration Team (Vapowave / Ambient)
Sanya V. Litvyak (Purposely bad raw black metal)
Manbavaran (Symphonic Black Metal)
Aryan Israeli Witch Kommando (Noise / Power Electronics / NS Techno)
ਆਰੀਅਨ ਪਿਰਾਮਿਡ 88 (NS Techno)
𒅒 88 (NS Techno)
Bands I’m in:
B*H (Noise / Speedcore)
Lolinacht (Raw Black Metal / NSBM)
Wolvenloli (Raw Black Metal / NSBM)
Neuroi Hive (Black Noise)
Photinia Loriformis (Instrumental Hip-Hop / Glitchcore)
Gaijiphace (Raw Black Metal)
Castus (Christian Raw Black Metal)
And uh, despite some of that being NSBM and having 88 and what not, I’m not a Nazi or racist. The NSBM ones are just about Strike Witches. The NS techno ones will take way too long to explain and it goes offtopic, but they’re meant to be comedic.
(Note : Moessacre Rex doesn’t support in any way NS stuff, even in a comedic intent).
8 – Five years of activity for a netlabel is pretty unusual (I hope Moessacre will cross this symbolic line hehehe). What are the factors in your opinion which allowed it to last so long and with success?
Yeah dude its lasted forever~! And its going stronger than ever~! I think part of the success was simply just good timing, as I said earlier, it came into existence at the perfect timing. But of course I could’ve ran it into the ground. A lot of the success came from how dedicated I am to running it and my love for the music. I’ve always tried to have the label have a sense of community too. I love giving positive support to both new artists and established artists, and create a place for fans of this kind of music to get tons of it. I put A LOT of time into running the label, and always have ever since it started. Not to mention God blesses stuff when you do right (me turning down anti-Christian demos). My love for the label and my whole method is its success.
9 – Could you give some pointers to beginners here?
I’m assuming this question is for those who want to make labels. First off, make sure that you truly want to run a label. What is your mindset? What is your goal? What do you want your label to be in the world? How much do you love music, truly, deeply, love it? How much do you want to help promote other musicians? Do you mind having large amounts of work to do constantly? If you don’t have positive answers for all of those then you shouldn’t run a label. A lot of people want to make a label since you’re in control, but it means nothing if you’re the only person on the label. You have to have a clear idea of where you’re going, and to be very determined and passionate to run a successful label. Also, promoting the releases is a VERY important thing. People wont want to release with you if they aren’t getting promoted, so you should make it very clear that you promote your artists. Even if everything you release is free, its still a business, and businesses that aren’t planned out fail. Businesses that aren’t promoted fail.
Also, Bandcamp labels come off as amateurish and most of them fail and/or are horribly operated, I think all labels should have an official website, even if you decide to use Bandcamp. Also, its just a trend, don’t build your label on a website that will die eventually.
10 – The last word is yours!
Heil Loli and God Bless