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D4DJ First Mix anime reveals new promo video

On the official site for the anime adaptation of Bushiroad’s D4DJ (Dig Delight Direct Drive DJ) project, which will be titled D4DJ First Mix, a new promotional video for the project was posted.

The video reveals that the first episode of the project will premiere through a live broadcast on YouTube on October 22, prior to its premiere scheduled for October 30 in Japan and streaming platforms. Additionally, a new promotional image was also revealed.

D4DJ First Mix

D4DJ First Mix

Prior to its premiere, a weekly special program entitled “D4DJ First Mix TV” has been broadcast since last October 2. Each episode will feature a special guest from the Virtual YouTubers agency, Hololive Production. These virtual talents will include Hoshimachi Suisei, Amane Kanata, Natsuiro Matsuri, and Omaru Polka.

Production team

Seiji Mizushima (Fullmetal Alchemist, Mobile Suit Gundam 00) will direct the D4DJ First Mix anime at Sanzigen Animation Studio (BanG Dream !, Monster Strike the Animation).
Bushiroad is credited with the original idea, and company founder and current president Takaaki Kidani serves as executive producer.
Ko Nakamura (BanG Dream!) Is credited with the original story.
Masahiro Nakayama is the production supervisor, and Shigero Saitou (Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu, Lucky Star) is in charge of composing the soundtrack.
The Happy Around! will perform the opening theme.

D4DJ First Mix Synopsis

We will never forget that moment. Rinku Aimoto has a habit of spending time saying “Happy Around!” every time you feel happy. After returning to Japan, she has transferred to Yoba Academy, where DJ activities are quite active.

Being impressed by the DJ activities, she decides to affiliate with the girls Maho Akashi, Muni Ohnaruto and Rei Togetsu to form a musical unit called Happy Around !, under the production of Saito Shigeru. As they hang out with other campus music units such as Peaky P-key and Photon Maiden, Rinku and her friends will have to prepare their performances on stage.

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