Sorry, I believe we’re both slightly too busy in real life at the moment but at last a long overdue post on stuff that has already been released by now: Psych/Garage Pop/Rockers Nunco released their second album, Tales on April 25. A day earlier Peterpan Complex had put out their fourth album, Love, punkers Burning… Continue reading
Fans of Tearliner will be happy to learn that Embrace All (the intro previously posted on his blog in its Guide-1 version) is now available in full in a rich mix making it even better: Embrace All [Mixed-C].
K.O.A. Zine has interviewed bossa nova girl Sorri, talking about her solo work and time in ZzzAaM: Sorri: From Zzzaam to Bossa Nova
One of the suggestions for our competition so far was to write some reviews of our own. I do write album reviews every now and then already, but I post them on last.fm so I’ll just start posting those links too here. Not that I have time to write that many anymore, but tonight I… Continue reading
Korea Gig Guide has a report from the orgeltanz and Oriental Lucy performances at Club Ta a couple of weeks ago. You will find it accompanied by a set of pictures here.
koreanpop.org posted a piece on progressive/psych rockers The Mustangs’ second album today: Stud rhythm, masculine music: Mustangs, Acid Trip
According to hiphopplaya, a couple of my most anticipated Korean hip hop albums are coming out this month: The Quiett‘s Back On The Beats Mixtape Vol. 1 (April 17th) Loptimist‘s second album Mind-Expander (April 29). A good number of underground American rappers (like K-Otix and Army of The Pharaohs, to name a couple) have made… Continue reading
Modern folk duo Sogyumo Acacia Band has posted a downloadable song called Sogyumo MySpace Theme on their MySpace to celebrate the Korean launch of the site.
From Ruby Salon we learn that Birdy Bitz Alien released his first full album, Virtual Reality, in a digital version today. The 25 tracks rich album includes the remix mentioned below and the three songs from the digital Tomorrow single. The CD version will be out on April 21.
Ruby Salon posted the original and radio edit versions of Rubylight’s cover on The Hi-lights‘ Lost My Melody yesterday: 루비라이트 – Lost My Melody (cover ‘더 하이라이츠’). Birdy Bitz Alien, the “space travel alias” of the band’s guitarist Jelly Boy, has remixed it.