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World's End Girlfriend (ワールズ・エンド・ガールフレンド) is the musical project of Katsuhiko Maeda, whose work blends elements of electronica, classical music, and post-rock.
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World's End Girlfriend is a solo project by Katsuhiko Maeda, who hails from Nagasaki, Kyushu in Japan, and currently resides in Tokyo. At the age of 10, he was inspired by his father's collection of classical music. When he was 12 years old he started composing on keyboards, guitar, tape recorders and computers. To date he has composed more than 600 songs.
Maeda is the older brother of musician Ryoma Maeda, who is better known as Milky-Chu or Milch of Source.
World's End Girlfriend's music has been featured in the Go Shibata directed film "Late Bloomer" (2004). He also composed the soundtrack to "Air Doll", a 2009 movie by award-winning director Hirokazu Koreeda. He also scored the Taiwanese-Chinese film "Starry Starr Night"
World's End Girlfriend has performed live in Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Netherlands, Hong Kong, Italy, Korea, Macau, Spain (twice at Sonar festival), Switzerland, China, Taiwan, UK and the USA. He did a 32 date tour of North America with Mono in 2007, with whom he also made a collaborative CD. In 2010 World's End Girlfriend played shows in Taipei, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing.