Shoujo Kageki Revue Starlight: The Live - Show Must Go On

Shoujo Kageki Revue Starlight: The Live - Show Must Go On

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BanG Dream!

BanG Dream!

Kasumi Toyama has always been captivated by the "beat of the stars". Since then, she’s been searching for something… a spark that’ll excite and thrill her! Following a trail of star-shaped stickers, she soon stumbles upon a Random Star guitar at her school mate’s house! Could this mark the start of something amazing?

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Gekijouban Wake Up, Girls!: Shichinin no Idol

Gekijouban Wake Up, Girls!: Shichinin no Idol

Green Leaves Entertainment is a tiny production company on the verge of going out of business in Sendai, the biggest city in Japan's northeastern Tohoku region. The agency once managed the careers of magicians, photo idols, fortune-tellers, and other entertainers, but its last remaining client finally quit. In danger of having zero talent (literally), the president Tange hatches an idea of producing an idol group. On the brash president's orders, the dissatisfied manager Matsuda heads out to scout raw talent. Matsuda makes a fateful encounter with a certain girl...

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Carole & Tuesday

Carole & Tuesday

Fifty years have passed since mankind began migrating to the new frontier: Mars. It's an age where most culture is produced by AI, and people are content to be passive consumers. There's a girl scraping a living in the metropolis of Alba City, she's working part-time while trying to become a musician. She's always felt like something is missing. Her name is Carole. There's another girl. Born to a wealthy family in the provincial town of Herschel City, she dreams of becoming a musician, but nobody around her understands. She feels like the loneliest person in the world. Her name is Tuesday. A chance meeting brings them together.

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Sora no Aosa wo Shiru Hito yo: Alternative Melodies (Light Novel)

Sora no Aosa wo Shiru Hito yo: Alternative Melodies (Light Novel)

I’ll rule the world with music—with that dream in his heart, young man Shinno was travelling to Tokyo when he suddenly awoke 13 years in the future. Experience the story of a “second first love” connecting the past and the present in another viewpoint.

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Tari Tari

Tari Tari

Konatsu Miyamoto was rejected to sing with the other members of her chorus club by the teacher because she was missing "something special." Being her last year in high school, she felt like doing something crazy: She quit. In the place of her former club, Konatsu comes up with the idea to make a new chorus club, inviting the people around her to join. With dreams in each of the member's hearts, they live out their high school lives.

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89-banme no Ongaku

89-banme no Ongaku

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Hibi Rock

Hibi Rock

Takurou Hibinuma, a third-year in high school. He is a boy who gets bullied, and has no talent in studying or sports, but the only thing he can call his own is "rock." He experiences many things through music, and aims to become a rock star

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Star-Myu: Musical Star Academy

Star-Myu: Musical Star Academy

Hoshitani Yuta, Nayuki Toru, Tsukigami Kaito, Tengenji Kakeru, and Kuga Shu struggle to enter the musical department of Ayanagi Academy, a school focusing on music. They want to be accepted to the Star Frame Class, which is directly taught by the members of the Kao Council, the most talented students from the musical department who stand at the top within the academy. Luckily, they are spotted by Otori Itsuki, one of Kao Council members who puts them on his Star Team.

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Star-Myu: Stardust's Dreams

Star-Myu: Stardust's Dreams

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Nadeshiko Doremisora

Nadeshiko Doremisora

Miya made a bold high school debut in an attempt to change from her once *infamously* boring self. She gets involved with another girl named Hiyo, and is convinced to enter the beautiful world of Japanese traditional instruments. Inspired by a mesmerizing live performance, Miya ends up joining Hiyo's quest to establish a "Japanese music club" and form a Japanese instrument ensemble.

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