In present times, Gods and Demons coexist together with Humans after the door between each of these worlds had opened. Tsuchimi Rin is a normal young high school student attending Verbena Academy, spending his days living peacefully with his childhood friend Kaede. Unexpectedly, one day the King of Gods, the King of Demons and their families move into be Rin's next door neighbors. Apparently the daughter of the Gods, Sia, and the daughter of the demons, Nerine, are both deeply in love with Rin after having met him in the past. Along with his playful friendship with upperclassmen Asa and his encounter with the silent but cute Primula, Rin has much on his hands dealing with the affections of each of these girls. Based on the eroge by Navel.
Runtime: 25 minutes
Shuffle! - Shuffle dance - Netflix
The shuffle dance, also known as the Melbourne Shuffle, rocking or simply The Shuffle) is a rave and club dance that developed in the early 1990s. This shuffle style became known as the 'Melbourne Shuffle' in 1998. Many of the movements used in shuffling are typical jazz dance steps but with a contemporary twist. The style is also influenced by a Chicago based ghetto house dance called footwork and a style called the crip walk that originates in Compton LA. The basic movements in the dance are a fast heel-and-toe action with a style suitable for various types of electronic music. Most variants also incorporate arm movements. People who dance the shuffle have often been referred to as “rockers”, due in part to the popularity of shuffling to rock music in the early 1990s.
Shuffle! - 2009 - Netflix
In early to mid-2009 the popularity of the Melbourne Shuffle on YouTube began to calm, but not die, bringing on a new age of shufflers. The dance began to revert to what some people call “Oldschool”. This reversion of shuffling consisted mostly of wide variations of the “T-Step” and minimal running man, and is accented by glides and spins. Although this may be referred to as “Oldschool” this new age of style is still very different from the way rockers in the '90s danced. Many of the new wave of rockers perform in cypher. Some of the younger people of this new wave are referred to as teeny boppers (or 'TB(s)' for short). TBs are also generally described as being young people that are not old enough to attend raves, so they dance at school, in a street or in a park instead. Individuals who participate in those aspects of the dance argue that enough of the current Shuffle scene is influenced by Hip Hop (such as the now widespread inclusion of the 'Running Man') that these activities are justified.
Shuffle! - References - Netflix