Pop and Punk Collide at Tune in Tokyo

Pop and Punk Collide at Tune in Tokyo

Pop and punk went head-to-head at monthly J-pop/J-rock party Tune in Tokyo on Wednesday night with a special salute to the youth culture of Tokyo's Shibuya ward. Dubbed the "Pop-Punk/Pop Idol" party, guests were encouraged to dress in theme. Prizes from Little Tokyo shop Q-Pop and L.A. fashion company Camdenlock were awarded to the best dressed. The event was held partially to help support the Mighty Harajuku, a project launched by 6%Dokidoki designer Sebastian Masuda after Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami. The club's resident DJs were joined by singer Stephanie Yanez and guitarist Po Lo, who performed live.


Pop and punk went head-to-head at monthly J-pop/J-rock party Tune in Tokyo on Wednesday night with a special salute to the youth culture of Tokyo's Shibuya ward. Dubbed the "Pop-Punk/Pop Idol" party, guests were encouraged to dress in theme. Prizes from Little Tokyo shop Q-Pop and L.A. fashion company Camdenlock were awarded to the best dressed. The event was held partially to help support the Mighty Harajuku, a project launched by 6%Dokidoki designer Sebastian Masuda after Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami. The club's resident DJs were joined by singer Stephanie Yanez and guitarist Po Lo, who performed live.
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