Assorted links from the past couple of weeks!(I kinda dislike that this way of rounding up links has become a regular feature rather than me just posting links when I come across them like before – if you have any opinion on which way is the better please feel free to share it!) Not relating… Continue reading
Not just reviews, but interviews and other things that might be of interest has shown up online recently. Eshe has written a bit about her 10 favorite artists for Groove Korea: A Bellydancer’s Guide to Seoul Indie Music Philip Gowman of London Korean Links has finally had the chance to meet up with one of… Continue reading
Some of the many things I didn’t get around to post on sooner: Philip Gowman of London Korean Links got a chance to meet up with pop/rock trio Biuret for an interview the other day.and among other things learned a bit about their next album: A meeting with Biuret. If you happen to be in… Continue reading
Some links I never got around to sharing during the week: Janet has done another couple of overviews over at make-shift cartology:– group overview: Deafening Street [데프닝 스트리트 ]– group overview: Pink Elephant [핑크 엘리펀트] On the same theme, a new profile has been posted over at Luminosity, introducing the members of rock band Kite:–… Continue reading
As usual, this week Chris Park over at wakesidevision has reviewed plenty of kindie releases: This week he’s reviewed the debut efforts of Robbin and izi.– 로빈이 토끼란 사실을 알고 있었나 – Self-Titled Review– IzI – Vol. 1 – Modern Life…and…With Izi Review Finding the right words, Chris notes that there’s a lot of complexity… Continue reading
It seems acid jazz band CrystalRain is getting ready to release a second full length album this spring. Meanwhile, Janet at make-shift cartology has had a listen to their 2007 debut album Eternal Love over the last few days: Crystal Rain – vol.1 Eternal Love She’s also been writing a couple of new group overviews,… Continue reading
This morning I found two lengthy posts on jazz quartet Winterplay in my feed reader: the first one a lengthy artist profile from Dramabeans, and the other a track-by-track review of Winterplay’s recently released Hot Summerplay posted on LiveJournal community ongoingmelody.
If you take the slightest interest in Jang Ki Ha & The Faces, it’s a very good idea to read their artist profile at Dramabeans. No doubt one of the best artist profiles I’ve ever had the pleasure of reading, and at the end of it there are translated parts of a Jang Ki Ha… Continue reading