The family heritage of the Fujimura brothers, along with their love of fusing delicious flavors in unexpected ways, pointed us in the direction of 1960s Japanese pop culture. The Group Sounds movement kicked off shortly after The Beatles played their first Tokyo gig, merging Japanese traditions with Western rock music. It was an explosive combination and one whose foundational ideas were integral in forming the brand’s identity. This would prove to be only the start of a delightfully unexpected adventure.
With the success of the Group Sounds packaged cocktails, and in partnership with Green Ideas and Wellness, collaborators in the cannabis category, Group Sounds leaped once again–into developing chef-driven edibles available in delicately-dosed varieties. The heady mixture of traditional flavors and radical pairings has created singular products that differentiate themselves through novelty and messaging.
Group Sounds have expanded even further by sponsoring events through Trinity Social Club, an event production alliance where food, cannabis, and music come together with innovators in the hip-hop, rock, and spoken word spaces. It’s anyone’s guess where the next turn will take us on this Group Sounds journey. But we can count on them continuing to collage one beautifully multi-dimensional entity with another.