Well, the fact of the matter is that Japanese coverage is harder to come by for obvious reasons. I get handed a lot of stuff that is from American-based composers because it's easy for them to communicate with us and mail us stuff to review. Trust me, a lot of stuff comes in, and somebody has to cover it. Usually that ends up being me. I'd love to review all this Japanese VGM, and we're working on that. I got Jeriaska on board to assist us with that. I try my best to get Japanese material in between stuff that comes in from American composers. We have to import most of the Japanese stuff, which you all know can get expensive. We don't want to go back and review stuff that isn't relevant anymore, either, so we try to review items that have been released in the last year or so (sorry BoT, Alph Lyra, etc.).
As I've said, I stand by my review of VotL. I thought it was fantastic, and really, it may overwhelm a casual fan simply because nearly ever track is 5-6 minutes long (even if the source material was 30 seconds). It's just a lot of stuff to listen to if you want to casually browse it.
However, I apologize if I come off as some kind of PR machine. I'm pretty excited about what the site can become. I came on board as the only person knowing a lot about the Japanese side, and I've been trying to get coverage of it from the beginning (ask any forum members who live in Japan, I've been trying to get writeups of concerts in Japan for the site). I've personally only reviewed a few non-American items (Ragnarok Online, Granado Espada, Secret Online) mostly due to time constraints, but I have reviews pending for Alphabet Planet and Valkyrie Profile. Jeriaska has written reviews exclusively of Japanese releases. We have an Akira Yamaoka interview coming up, the Metroid audio journal, and a few other interviews that I want to keep a secret until they're back to us. We covered Destiny Reunion in Sydney. All I can say is that I'm trying to have more balanced coverage.
I've been visting STC since about 1999, and reading the forums (despite not posting until recent years) just as long. I only started writing for M4G in April, so I did post stuff before that time. I actually try to post in many places as possible because I think the material will actually be interesting to the community. It's not like I post random, irrelevant things. Only if a specific score comes up that we've reviewed will I post about it. I post about most of the features because I think everyone loves to read interviews and concert coverage. That's the kind of stuff I look for when I come here, at least. Of course I want the site to be more inclusive of what's going on around the world, and I want you guys to support that move.