June 23, 2016

BOOM BOOM SATELLITES Releasing a New 4-Track CD Internationally.

BOOM BOOM SATELLITES is going to release a new CD “LAY YOUR HANDS ON ME” on June 22nd. This will also be distributed as downloads internationally. The title track “LAY YOUR HANDS ON ME” is written as the opening theme song for a TV anime “Kiznaiver”. Other tracks are “STARS AND CLOUDS”, “FLARE” and ”NARCOSIS”. Nakao revealed on his Twitter that this will be their last piece and made a comment, saying “Me and Kawashima have never felt this much accomplishment... Read More

February 10, 2015

Boom Boom Satellites’ Nakano is the first Japanese artist to be certified as mastering engineer for Apple Mastered for iTunes

Boom Boom Satellites’ Nakano became the first Japanese artist to be certified as a mastering engineer for Apple Mastered for iTunes. Boom Boom Satellites have always recorded and mixed their own albums ever since their debut. This style of production is unusual anywhere in the world. They were just the second artists in the world to be certified as an engineer. As the first Japanese artist to receive certification, Boom Boom Satellites’ prove their individuality even... Read More

August 13, 2014

BOOM BOOM SATELLITES, Full PV of All Songs Including the New Song Released

All video clips ever released by BOOM BOOM SATELLITES is available on YouTube. BOOM BOOM SATELLITES Official YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx6NRK2dt82gR97RKUD_w8w A total of 23 images were uploaded on their Official YouTube Channel. You can enjoy PVs of early songs such as “PUSH EJECT” from the 1st album “OUT LOUD” and the theme song of “APPLESEED”, “DIVE FOR YOU”, as well as the PV of newest song “ONLY BLOOD”. Official Website: http://www.bbs-net.com/select.html Facebook:... Read More

January 1, 2011


BOOM BOOM SATELLITES debuted in atypical fashion – in Europe, in 1997. By merging rock and electronic music together, the band created a unique sound, which made them one of the most recognizable artists in Japan. The first single of the formation, 4 A Moment of silence, came out in Europe the year of their debut. The record was the reason famous music magazines such as “Melody Maker” published articles about BOOM BOOM SATELLITES. A year later, in 1998, the band went... Read More