If you’ve been on youtube or tumblr in the last two years, then you have probably seen or heard of F.E.M.M.
The acronym stands for Far East Mention Mannequins, it is the official name of plastic dolls that were brought to life by a mysterious organization called FEMM’s Agency Syndicate. Only mannequins that pass certain criteria can become FEMM and the Agency is constantly on the lookout across the world for plastic diamonds in the rough.
Tune in Tokyo and GAMeBoi have teamed up together to bring FEMM to the West Hollywood nightlife, performing for the first time in the US on August 7, 2015.
LOS ANGELES, CA (July 29th, 2015)–GAMeBoi Los Angeles and J-Pop promoters Tune in Tokyo present Japanese pop duo FEMM live on Friday, August 7th! The high-concept act, which Vice calls “a mesmerizing J-pop electro duo with a backstory more inventive than anything on the SyFy channel right now” will perform at West Hollywood’s long-running GameBoi event in their first live appearance in Southern California.
FEMM, featuring members RiRi and LuLa, debuted in 2014 with a series of slick, futuristic music videos including “Fxxk Boyz Get Money”, “Astroboy” and “Kill The DJ”. Backed by a stellar team of global producers and songwriters, their provocative and catchy sound is a fusion of Japanese Electro, American EDM and Eurodisco.
FEMM will appear as part of GAMeBoi and Tune in Tokyo’s J-Pop Night. FEMM’s performance time is scheduled for 12:30 AM on the main stage. Tune in Tokyo DJs Greg Hignight and Tommy Pedrini will also be spinning J-Pop and global electrohop all night on the second floor.
GAMeBoi at RAGE is ages 18+ with ID. Free entry before 9:30 PM. Discounted cover available at www.gameboila.eventbrite.com
– Tune in Tokyo
FEMM hit the scene back in 2014 with multiple music videos, and immediately found success on the web with their latex laden outfits, vogue-like choreography, and English lyrics. Their most infamous video, “Fxxk Boys, Get Money” racked up over 800,000 views on youtube.
All of their exceptionally high-concept videos have seen the same success. Videos like “”Kill the DJ”, “Wannabe”, “Dead Wrong”, and the heartfelt ballad “Unbreakable” display their unique full-English vocal range and appeal.
FEMM is also set to hit JPOP summit in San Francisco the same weekend, Aug 8-9th.