EXIT TUNES

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EXIT TUNES

Overview

EXIT TUNES (spelled on its official website as exit tunes, and also referred to on the occasion as EXIT TUNES INC., and in Japanese as エグジットチューンズ株式会社) is a Japanese music label that was founded in 2001. It was originally a printer company under the name QUAKE INC., but a became a record company in 2003 as QUAKE RECORDS, then QUAKE HOLDINGS. After merging with Pony Canyon in 2009, the company adapted its current EXIT TUNES name in 2011.

Musicians

Many musicians in BEMANI have had their CDs released through EXIT TUNES, and KONAMI often licenses them for their BEMANI series, most notably REFLEC BEAT, SOUND VOLTEX, and recently beatmania IIDX, too. Notable artists include DJ UTO, Ryu☆ (seven albums, and also serves as a music executive in the company), Starving Trancer, kors k, Last Note., cosMo@暴走P, and vocalists Matsushita & Mayumi Morinaga. In addition, many of the VOCALOID songs in BEMANI are licenses from various other EXIT TUNES artists.

EXITTUNES Dance Production

On April 22nd, 2016, Ryu☆ announced the formation of a brand new, BEMANI-affiliated label named EXITTUNES Dance Production (abbreviated as EDP) focusing on, but not limited to, electronic dance music. Many of the artists involved with the label are ones that have notable presence in the current BEMANI ecosystem. The label has published several albums and is also home to the ravemania series, Ryu☆'s own modern take on the Dancemania series.

Currently, the label has eight members:

Releases

Here are various album releases through the EXIT TUNES label. Note that only albums that feature songs in the BEMANI series are listed below.

This list is under heavy construction.

Artist Albums

BlackY

cosMo@暴走P

kors k

kradness

Mayumi Morinaga

Matsushita

Remo-con

Ryu☆

SOUND HOLIC

Starving Trancer

Yooh

ヒゲドライバー

ななひら

DVDs / Blu-rays

  • BEMANI ROCK FES’16
  • EDP×beatnation summit 2017 -beatnation 10th Anniversary-

Events

2014

2015

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