In a world without music, a young female cyborg uploads music into her body and brings about a revolution.








Series cast summary:
Jun Fukuyama ...  Jimi Stonefree 12 episodes, 2020
Banjô Ginga Banjô Ginga ...  Robert 12 episodes, 2020
Yôko Hikasa Yôko Hikasa ...  Stur Neubaten 12 episodes, 2020
Rina Satô Rina Satô ...  Sueru Rekku 12 episodes, 2020
Atsuko Tanaka ...  Kim 12 episodes, 2020
Reina Ueda ...  Janice 12 episodes, 2020


In a world where no music exists, humans are scared of mysterious lifeforms known as Miminashi (literally, no ears), and the only people who can stand up to the Miminashi are "Players" who can Plug In and pilot "Equipment" combat mecha. Echo, a boy living in a scrapheap town of Liverchester, admires Players ever since he witnessed the legendary Player Jimi Stonefree in a great battle against the Miminashi a decade ago. One day, he meets Myu, a girl with no memories and an empty audio input jack on her waist. She is also a Player. Before long, the two embark on a journey to uncover her origins, which may be tied to Jimi.

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Make up your own mind.
25 July 2020 | by cheathamgSee all my reviews

This series seems to be about something, things, ideas, symbols. The question is, what is it actually about. There's a lot going on. There are a lot of characters. There is a lot of action. Unfortunately, it's hard to tell what it all means. The art work is good. The story is involving and engrossing and a good waste of time, but after it's over, you have to ask yourself what just happened? It seems to be that it is important to be a part of something and to be in meaningful relationships with others. OK, that's not a world-shaking insight, but it's not bad. The only thing is, as you progress from the first to the last episode, you keep asking yourself, what is going on? It's a little disorienting but that's OK.

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4 April 2020 (Japan) See more »

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