Soulcial Sunday – Happy New Year

We’ve made it another year! This year has been one of our best years with all the content we were able to get out and all the adventures we had at every convention we were able to attend thru out the year. Our year was full of fun, hard work and we’re happy to welcome a new year with all of you.

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Beyond Bebop: Japanese Jazz (Panel)

 

Yoko Kanno and The Seatbelt (Courtesy of farm4.static)

At this point, in my blogging life, I think I’ve made my love for music and animation pretty clear. So anytime, they come together and further enhance each other story, I’m utterly excited.  I’ve been going to conventions for many years now and I have been seeing an influx of panels that combine these different narratives. During Anime NYC, I had the pleasure of attending two.  In this particular post, I will be focusing on Beyond Bebop: Japanese Jazz. Continue reading

AnimeNYC Presents: LeSean Thomas

LeSean Thomas is Producer, Director and artist in the field of animation.  This Bronx Native has travelled the world not only working in the States but abroad in both Japan and South Korea. I’ve been a fan of his work for a number of years.  I am proud to announce, that LeSean Thomas will be attending Anime NYC. Continue reading

The History of Anime Opening/Closing Themes Panel

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Over the years the anime opening and closing theme songs have changed. When I heard some of the songs, I had a complete flashback to my childhood. Some series changed their lyrics completely and others used a translated version of the song.

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Soulcial Sunday: LCAC 2017

We’re back from our long weekend at Liberty City Anime Con in Times Square. It was so much fun this year around that we got to actually go to more events and panels this time. We have a lot to put up this week so look out for our new posts, videos and photos from this past weekend. This year was much better than last and I’m happy to see LCAC stepping up their game this time.

Next year dates are already set for August 17 – 19, 2018. The live concerts this year were just as great as they were the year before, hopefully a new lineup of events so we can get more variety at this con next time around.

Once again we will have new content coming this week and we’ll be sure to let you guys know. Thank You for supporting us and helping us get this far.

Dream Fearlessly, Live Extraordinary

 

Here’s a few post from last years Liberty City Anime Con:

Overview of Liberty City Anime Con

Psyche Corporation: Liberty City Ani Con

2une Performance at Liberty City Anime Con 

The Asterplace at Liberty City Anime Con

ReniReni: Liberty City Anime Con.

J-Pop Meets Jazz: Meet Patrick Bartley Jr.

 

Join Us At Liberty City Anime Convention 2017

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This weekend August 18th – 20th is Liberty City Anime Con 2017. Third year running as New York City’s largest anime convention located in the heart of NYC Times Square Marriott Hotel. Last year we attended LCAC 2016 for the first time and it did have its ups and downs but it was a really fun experience with meeting new people and the awesome dealers selling their merchandise.

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SDE Presents: Soulcial Shorts

 

Earlier this year, we relaunched our Youtube Channel

After two failed attempts, we came up with a system that works. A few months back, an idea popped up in my head for a music series to accompany everything else we’ve been pushing out.   We’ll call them Soulcial Shorts.

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Soulcial Sunday: I.C.Y.M.I

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Hey What’s Up,

June was a pretty eventful month for us at SDE. Our trip to AnimeNext was successful. We had tons of fun as a unit and dropped content that spanned over a month.  Here a recap of our panels covered during the event.  With a brief summary below.

Enjoy. 

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Fooly Cooly (Season 2 and 3 Trailer)

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Fooly Cooly ( Furi Kuri) is one of the most memorable Anime’s of my childhood. Originally airing on American Television back in 2003.  Fast forward, 14 years later and the mere thought still brings a smile to my face.  From Naota cynical outlook to Haruko’s Vespa and everything in between, most of all Lord Canti.  So when Cartoon Network announced a possible remake, I was in shock but more over confused.  In all seriousness, FLCL has everything packed into six episodes.  What more could they possibly do?  My answer came in the form of a trailer.

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