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Music genres can sometimes be helpful guidelines for a band, but they can also end up being an albatross around a musician’s neck, especially if they’re part of your group’s moniker.

Just ask Hiroshi Sasabuchi, drummer for rock band CQ and formerly of Tokyo Shoegazer. Speaking in a Shibuya cafe, he begins by talking about his previous group’s demise.

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