Wikipedia:WikiProject Japan/Music task force
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Founded: 18 March 2006
Welcome to the WikiProject Japan Music taskforce! The objective of this taskforce is to improve all of the Japanese music-related and "music in Japan"-related articles on Wikipedia. This includes traditional Japanese music as well as more recent additions to the field (enka, rock, J-pop, etc.) Our goal is to bring as many as possible of these articles up to Featured Article status, and you can help! Even if you can only spend a short time here and there working on the articles, your assistance is greatly appreciated.
The main article of this taskforce is Music of Japan. Everything else branches off from there.
This taskforce aims primarily at having a standard guidelines for Japanese music and related articles, categories, and templates.
|Participant||Primary areas of expertise||Secondary areas of expertise||Will help in other areas?|
|CurryTime7-24||Ryūkōka, gunka, shin min'yō, Japanese jazz, and Western-style classical music of the late Taishō and early Shōwa eras (1920 - 1945).||Postwar kayōkyoku, enka, and rōkyoku (1945 - 1960-ish); video game and computer music from the 1980s - mid-1990s.||Yes|
|JanderVK||Visual Kei 1st, 2nd, and 3rd wave (late 1980's - late 2000's)||Japanoise electronic noise music; ie. Merzbow||Yes|
|Nihonjoe||1980s Jpop and Jrock||?||Yes|
|TafelAnatomie||Visual kei 2nd & 3rd waves||Miscellaneous modern genres||Yes|
|xfansd||Metal, Rock, Punk, Visual kei||?||?|
|dissident93||Video game music||Anime music||No|
|Victor Lopes||Rock/metal bands and their respective releases. Mainly Dir en grey, X Japan, B'z, Glay, Babymetal, Galneryus, Malice Mizer, Moi dix Mois.||Pop music, anime music.||Yes|
|SymmetricalMegalomania||J-Rock||Shibuya-Kei, City Pop||Yes|
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