Tag Archives: The Japanese House

In Conversation with: The Japanese House

Roisin Hickey/ March 20, 2019

Following on from the release of a new album, 3 intimate Rough Trade gigs and the beginnings of a tour, The Japanese House, otherwise known as Amber Bain, kindly took the time out of her busy schedule to sit down and talk to me about all things sad indie pop. ‘Good at Falling’- What inspired you with this album? The

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The Japanese House @Rough Trade 05/03/2019

Roisin Hickey/ March 8, 2019

Having released 4 EPs between 2015 and 2017 the artistic vision that is the Japanese House celebrated the most recent release of ‘Good at Falling’ by gracing Nottingham’s Rough Trade with its indie-pop and dreamy presence, at one of three intimate gigs to celebrate the debut album with an acoustic performance. With a bar right next to the stage, it

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Album Review: The Japanese House- Good at Falling

Roisin Hickey/ February 11, 2019

Amber Bain, otherwise known as The Japanese House is back with the debut album ‘Good at Falling’ which is being realised on the 1st March 2019.  To celebrate, Bain has said she will be visiting 3 Rough Trade stores across the UK and will be giving an acoustic performance. Notts locals will be pleased to know that The Japanese House

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The Japanese House on Identity, Image and Her Upcoming EP.

Becky De Laurenzy/ November 7, 2016

Amber Bain is the mind behind The Japanese House – a fact that has been somewhat elusive until recently. She didn’t seem to do many interviews nor did she seem to be pictured often. I myself stumbled across her music a while back, but didn’t know anything about the musician responsible. In a way, I didn’t really care. It seems

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