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“Originally, our ex-guitarist and I bonded because we both liked the Rolling Stones, and we wanted to play “Japanese rock from the good ol’ days” so we decided to start a band.” – Toru Horiuchi
The musical world that the Beatles and Rolling Stones created had a major impact far beyond the shores of England and the West. Case in point: The Psycrons, a Japanese trio hailing from Kyoto and Nagano. They play the classic guitar-bass-drums rock music familiar to anyone who grew up in the era of tie-dye and flower power but with a distinctly Japanese flavor all their own.
So come say hello to Toru Horiuchi on vocals and bass, Isamu Anboi on guitar and Wataru Fujie on drums and take a trip into the nostalgic past for some first class homage to a form of music that never seems to go out of style.
On August 12, 2009 the members of The Psycrons were kind enough to give an interview to J-Pop World. The Psycrons Interview.