Gacharic Spin is definitely an interesting and energetic band to see live. I've known about them for a while but I've only casually listened to them. When the J-pop Summit Festival announced that Gacharic Spin wound be performing at the 2015 festival, I thought it would be cool to go and see them~
They definitely didn't disappoint with their performance.
The girls were energetic right from the introduction they did and their energy never faltered once. Many artists at the festival failed at getting the crowd really going but Gacharic Spin had no trouble at all getting the crowd to follow along with them. They definitely have a strong stage personality.
I think that Reona and Koga have the strongest personalities on stage. They seemed to really control the attention on the stage. I thought Hana would be the most commanding since everyone always talks about her but I actually thought that she was one of the least powerful members on stage. ^.^" Reona is amazing on stage. I vividly remember the moments during their show where Reona actually climbed onto her keyboard. c:
If Gacharic Spin is performing somewhere near you, I'd say to definitely go. They're an interesting band and their shows are very energetic. It's a really fun time to watch these girls perform live.
Unfortunately, I didn't get to meet the girls.
Kinokuniya is, to put it nicely, horrible. I had bought Gacharic Spin's album the first day when they weren't giving out tickets to their meet and greet, so I settled with a ticket for Little Glee Monster instead. The second day, I didn't buy anything for the girls because I already had the merchandise and tried to get a ticket to meet them. Kino wouldn't give me and many others a ticket because we had bought the merchandise yesterday and not today. *sigh* Kino really screwed a lot of us out of meeting Gacharic Spin. :c
Switching points... I actually hadn't known that TOMO-Z and Reona were in Eu-Phoria. I'm actually fond of the few songs that Eu-Phoria released before disbanding. Also knowing that Koga was previously in Pink Panda was something I didn't know.
Given that three of their members were part of bands I'm already fond of, it doesn't surprise me that I do like Gacharic Spin's music.