Tokyo’s Boyish have been one of those indie-level bands that are hard to keep track of. Since 2012, the indie-pop-leaning outfit has released a lot of songs onto the Internet, and a handful of EPs and albums along the way too. Likes Boys Age…or, honestly, most rock groups existing under the radar in Tokyo…a lot of good music zips by just because of how haphazardly they seem to chuck it out there. Dead Funny Records…who released Boyish’s “proper” debut album Sketch For 8000 Days Of Moratorium last year…have compiled a lot of Boyish’s music into one place, and will release it on April 1 as the Lalalu cassette tape. It is a 25-track collection hitting on a lot of their highlights — “The Hidden Secrets,” nice — and to give you a taste of it they’ve shared a special video for the 2013 fuzz-pop cut “Down By The Garden.” Check it out above.