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Powered by Audioscrobbler™BimBamBoom (ビンバンブーン) is a japanese all-female jazz rock/jazz fusion band formed in 2016 from Tokyo, Japan. The members are Miyoko Yamaguchi (drums), Aiko Oka (guitar), Maryne (bass), Ayumi Tanaka (keyboards) and Sara "Misaking Arrow" Maeda (saxophone). They are inspired from the origin of funk music and offers the unique music with massive groove that made of keen senses, always switching off the wall of the genres and the styles.

Miyoko Yamaguchi, japanese most famous female drummer (former member of punk band detroit7 and tour/studio drummer for the math rockers tricot), has initially started the band project with s-ken, who is a legendary music producer. They later got the young talented players, Ayumi, Maryne, Aiko and Misaking to complete their formation. The band had many gigs at FUJI ROCK and other Japanese big music festivals.
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