D4DJ First Mix Receives Early Simulcast on AnimeLab

With simulcasts typically being available a short period of time after first airing in Japan, one would expect it to be more likely that a new episode of a show would be delayed momentarily than available slightly earlier than normal. However the latter was the case today, with the AnimeLab video-on-demand streaming service from Madman Entertainment making D4DJ First Mix making its premiere on the service a little bit earlier today.

The first episode of D4DJ First Mix is now available for premium subscribers of the service in Australia and New Zealand to access. Those with standard, free memberships will be able to access the episode in standard-definition a week from today and future episodes with the same delay.

AnimeLab is an online anime streaming service managed by Madman Entertainment. It’s accessible only to those residing in Australia and New Zealand and offers a basic service free with video quality, dub and availability timeframe limitations. For those looking for access to no simulcast delays, no ads, full back-catalogue access and high definition video can take advantage of a premium subscription membership for $7.95AUD/month or $79.50AUD/year.

About D4DJ First Mix

Having moved back to Japan from abroad, Rinku transfers to Yoba Academy, where DJing is popular.

She is deeply moved by a DJ concert she sees there, and decides to form a unit of her own with Maho Akashi, Muni Ohnaruto, and Rei Togetsu.

While interacting with other DJ units like Peaky P-key and Photon Maiden, Rinku and her friends aim for the high stage!

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