|Genres||New wave, post-punk, folk|
The band was formed in 2008, with the members J.M. and Tadaomi Tōyama. J.M. was signed to an exclusive contract with Pinky fashion magazine, however the magazine disbanded in late 2009. Tōyama also works as a radio personality on Tokyo FM. Tadaomi Tōyama writes and produces the majority of the band's songs, with J.M. occasionally adding additional arrangement. Both members feature as vocalists, and Tōyama also performs guitar in the band.
Throughout 2008, the band entered music competitions, and applied to record company auditions. The band began performing lives in late August 2010, and released their debut single "Postman John" in September. The band's debut album, Zoo & Lennon was released a month later in October 2010, under independent label Evol Records' sub-label, Actwise.
The band released an extended play, Ethnofunky Dostoyevsky Comecome Club EP, in August 2010, and at the same time Tōyama began writing a column for alternative magazine Skream!. The band's Ichi-bō Ni-bō San-bō Yon-bō Go-bō Roku-bō, Tōyō no Techno. was released in May 2011, preceded by the single "Machizō, Machiko, Hakai" in March 2011. These two releases were the first to chart on Oricon 's singles and albums chart, reaching numbers 72 and 80 respectively.
|2009||Zoo & Lennon||—||—|
|2011||Ichi-bō Ni-bō San-bō Yon-bō Go-bō Roku-bō, Tōyō no Techno. (1暴2暴3暴4暴5暴6暴、東洋のテクノ。?,
"Blast 1 Blast 2 Blast 3 Blast 4 Blast 5 Blast 6, Far East Techno.")
|2013||Denshi Ongaku no Shugoshin (【電子音楽の守護神】?, "Patron Deity of Electric Music")
|2010||Ethnofunky Dostoyevsky Comecome Club EP (エスノファンキードストエフスキーカムカムクラブEP Esunofankī Dosuroefusukī Kamukamu Kurabu Ī Pī?)
|2012||Vertical JM Yayayard EP (バーティカルJ.M.ヤーヤーヤードEP Bātikaru Jei Em Yāyāyādo Ī Pī?)
|Oricon Singles Charts
|Billboard Japan Hot 100
|2009||"Postman John"||Released exclusively at Tower Records, Disk Union and indiesmusic.com||—||—||—||Zoo & Lennon|
|2011||"Machizō, Machiko, Hakai" (「町蔵・町子・破壊」?, "Town Storage, Town Kid, Destruction")||Limited 2,000 copy production run||80||—||1,200||Ichi-bō Ni-bō San-bō Yon-bō Go-bō Roku-bō, Tōyō no Techno.|
- 噂の2人組ロック・ユニット"0.8秒と衝撃。"、初公式音源をリリース! [Talked-about two member rock unit "0.8Syooogeki," first official release!]. CDJournal (in Japanese). October 5, 2009. Retrieved May 25, 2011.
- 噂の男女ユニット"0.8秒と衝撃。"、ミニ・アルバムを衝撃の先行配信！ [Talked-about man and woman unit "0.8Syooogeki"'s mini-album crashing preceding download!]. CDJournal (in Japanese). July 29, 2010. Retrieved May 25, 2011.
- 0.8秒と衝撃。デビュー・アルバム発売! [0.8Syooogeki release their first album!]. CDJournal (in Japanese). October 8, 2009. Retrieved May 29, 2011.
- 新型ロックウイルスを撒き散らす謎の2人組、0.8秒と衝撃。 [Mystery duo spreading a new strain of rock virus, 0.8Syooogeki.]. Barks (in Japanese). October 9, 2009. Retrieved May 25, 2011.
- 過去のライヴ [Past Lives]. 0.8Syooogeki (in Japanese). Archived from the original on May 25, 2011. Retrieved May 25, 2011.
- "0.8 秒と衝撃。 塔山忠臣 の「アホボケカスは俺か？」【第一回】" [0.8Syooogeki. Tadaomi Tōyama's "Is the Idiot Me?" (issue one)]. Tadaomi Tōyama (in Japanese). Skream!. Retrieved May 29, 2011.
- "0.8秒と衝撃。2ndは「1暴2暴3暴4暴5暴6暴、東洋のテクノ。」" [0.8Syooogeki, 2nd album is Ichi-bō Ni-bō San-bō Yon-bō Go-bō Roku-bō, Tōyō no Techno.]. Barks (in Japanese). May 16, 2011. Retrieved May 25, 2011.
- "オリコンランキング情報サービス「you大樹」". Oricon. Retrieved April 20, 2013. (subscription only)
- "アーティスト： ０．８秒と衝撃。". Oricon. Retrieved May 24, 2011.
- "Hot 100｜JAPAN Charts｜Billboard JAPAN" (in Japanese). Billboard. Retrieved 29 May 2011.
- 0.8Syooogeki official site (Japanese)
- 0.8Syooogeki on Myspace (Japanese)
- 0.8Syooogeki on Twitter (Japanese)
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