ミラクルミュージカル

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ミラクルミュージカル
Place of Origin Unknown
Genres Musical / World / Infinity
Years Active 2012-Present
Label n/a
Associated Acts Tally Hall
Website www.hawaiipartii.com
Band Members
Joe Hawley and a cast of rotating friends



ミラクルミュージカル (Pronounced: MI-RA-KU-RU MYU-JI-KA-RU) or, as translated into English, Miracle Musical, is a music project, spearheaded by Joe Hawley. 3 other members of Tally Hall and various other collaborators, including Bora Karaca, contributed to the project's debut release: Hawaii: Part II. Though listed as "World" music on iTunes,[1] The biography that appears on both their bandcamp and kickstarter pages reads:

"ホログラムを通じて表現される無限大のジャンル "Genre of infinity, which is expressed through hologram"[2][3]


Hawaii: Part II[edit]

Hawaii: Part II was the first album to come out of the ミラクルミュージカル project. Hawaii: Part II, was released digitally at 12:12 on December 12, 2012 (12/12/12). It was met with acclaim from fans, some calling it their "favourite album of all time"[4]

An album based on the original, Hawaii: Part II: Part ii was released digitally on May 19th, 2014. The album contained demos, alternate versions and instrumentals of tracks from Hawaii: Part II[5]

On August 23rd, 2014, ミラクルミュージカル teased the date "12/13/14" via their Twitter.

On December 12th, 2014, ミラクルミュージカル released an animated music video for Isle Unto Thyself.[6] The next day, December 13th, 2014, (12/13/14), an animated music video for the song Labyrinth was also uploaded to Youtube [7]. Labyrinth was also promoted with a PC based video game which went by the same name, made by Wonderfling Studios. A day later on December 14th, 2014, an an audio-only cover of Candle On The Water was uploaded to their official YouTube page[8] and Soundcloud.[9] The track was dedicated to the memory of Diem Brown and Trevelyn Grace Campbell, fans of Tally Hall.

On June 4th, 2015, ミラクルミュージカル uploaded a lyric video of The Mind Electric to YouTube.[10] Two dates later, on June 6th 2015, ミラクルミュージカル uploaded a video of what appears to be Ross Federman recording the drums to Black Rainbows onto their official facebook page saying " HAPPY 6.9.15「A.K.A. "BLACK RAINBOWS" SING-ALONG DAY」"[11]

On September 13th, 2015, an update was made to the Labyrinth video game, allowing for users to play the game on Mac OS X[12] As of 5th Dec, 2018, the game has been taken off the wonderfling website[13]

On December 31st, 2015, ミラクルミュージカル released "Hawaii Partii" on Bandcamp, an album of nine 8-bit renditions of songs from Hawaii: Part II, which were also used as the soundtrack to the Wonderfling Labyrinth video game[14]

Live Performances[edit]

To date, there has only been one live performance by ミラクルミュージカル, which was sometime in 2014, at Sean Donnelly's private "Seanaroo" Victorian mansion party in Echo Park[15]

2018 Reddit AMA[edit]

On December 13th 2018, Joe Hawley, Ross Federman and Bora Karaca hosted an "Ask Me Anything" thread on reddit.com, to commemorate and celebrate 6 years since Hawaii: Part II's release.[16] Within the thread the three pioneers of the ミラクルミュージカル project answered a myraid of questions related to ミラクルミュージカル, and all of their respective works.

When asked if there would be more music from 'Miracle Musical', Joe Hawley answered: "There won't be a Hawaii: Part I or Hawaii: Part III or whatever, so please stop asking, but we might further explore the themes of ミラクルミュージカル in some form"[17] Following up by answering a similar question with: "There will not be another "Hawaii: Part" anything for ミラクルミュージカル"[18]

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