We all know music is a great way to connect with people. But what if you could use it as your wingman? That’s exactly what the new dating app TasteBuds is doing. By creating an online community where users can share their favorite bands and find others who enjoy the same music, they’re helping fans find love by
Looking for a compatible match? We all know musical taste is important when looking for romantic and sexual partners. However, with many of the popular apps like Tinder and Bumble, taste in music isn’t weighted nearly enough. If Cibo Matto is your favorite band, and you’re looking to be matched with other fans, you’ll have
Cibo Matto was a band all about food. Yuka Honda and Miho Hatori were the lead singers of the fantastic band, often recognizable by their shrill voices and broken French/English/Japanese accents. Their lead (and only) guitarist was none other than John Lennon’s son, Sean Lennon – who also happened to be the son of Yoko
Everybody who knows about Cibo Matto knows that when it comes to the weird and wild, Cibo has it covered. They sing songs about topics ranging from chicken to beef jerky, and everything in between. Their run in the ’90s was one of the strangest and era-appropriate instances of fame I had ever seen before.
While Cibo Matto might not be as popular as The Beatles, they did contribute quite a bit to the ’90s music scene. Creating some of the most iconic songs of 1996, 1999, and even 2014, Cibo Matto has proven itself to be a breath of fresh air for the rock/pop community. Now, let’s break down
The name Sean Lennon might sound a little familiar, and no I’m not mispronouncing John. I’m of course talking about the late Beatle’s son! Sean Lennon has done a lot more for art and music than you might think, especially when it comes to Cibo Matto. While he hasn’t made music with Cibo Matto in
If you’re unfamiliar with Cibo Matto, I don’t blame you. They’re a band formed in the early ’90s by two Japanese-born girls named Yuka Honda and Miho Hatori that made music that can be characterized as trip-hop, art pop, alternative pop, or Shibuya-kei. After relocating to New York in 1994, the two women formed their band