The song, which comes off their forthcoming 'Miku S/S17' EP, won't leave your head anytime soon.
Hologram pop star Hatsune Miku lands a historic editorial in Vogue.
She was created by a Japanese software company, but there's nothing imaginary about her millions of fans worldwide.
Tomita was a major influence on Yellow Magic Orchestra.
The brilliance of Hatsune Miku is that it turns the music industry’s inherent phoniness into an enormous cosplay endeavor.
Artists Mari Matsutoya, LaTurbo Avedon, Laurel Halo, Darren Johnston and Martin Sulzer collaborated in bringing Japan’s virtual pop star to a live stage.
A music producer, a choreographer, and visual artists team up to bring the vocaloid superstar to legendary Berlin festivals.
Mumdance, Rabit and Visionist are also among the last phase of artists announced for the winter festival.
As part of next year's CTM festival in Berlin, Halo's joining forces with unreal popstar Hatsune Miku.
Previously, she's opened for Lady Gaga, played Letterman, and been remixed by Pharrell.
Plus, she's pretty kawaii.
Last night a hologram performed on The Late Show With David Letterman. Here's why.