This article listing Anna’s favorite releases of 2008 was originally edited by Philip Gowman and first posted on London Korean Links The Invisible Fish – Through The Glass Wall For last year’s critics’ choice Bluedawn’s goodbye album was one of my picks. Though it still saddens me that Bluedawn is no more, the two members are… Continue reading
This article written after an interview with The Invisible Fish was edited by Philip Gowman and first published on London Korean Links. When only a few days remained of 2006, Korea’s most distinguished indie folk duo said “goodbye” with the release of their second full album. We were many that didn’t quite want to believe it – of course… Continue reading
The Invisible Fish man, also known as slowzz, continues to expand his Fuzzpop short sleeved shirt series: April 18 was the release date of the Argentinian baseball inspired Chaco Hornero t-shirt. Pictures here.
You might recall the EP related The Invisible Fish T-shirts we posted on a couple of months ago. Recently another T-shirt was added to the Fuzzpop Short Sleeved Shirt series: Pamplona Toros. Details here. I got myself the Loss/Sleepless tee with my latest order from mrkwang (expecting Through The Glass Wall with my next) and… Continue reading
This just in from mrkwang: Breathless won the VPRO Tiger Awards Competition 2009 of this year’s International Film Festival Rotterdam! More on that here. As you might recall, The Invisible Fish made the music for this film, and some of the songs were re-arranged for the Loss/Sleepless EP (which happens to still be available from… Continue reading
It’s February 5 and so the launching day for the Fuzzpop short sleeved shirt series has arrived. Both The Invisible Fish EPs are represented and the handprinted t-shirts are sold in those Loss/Sleepless type boxes, accompanied by a data CD. See the blog of slowzz for details and more pictures.
The Invisible Fish has not only just released his second solo EP, but he has also done music for Breathless (똥파리) – an autobiographical drama directed by his close actor friend Yang Ik June. The movie is headed for theaters in Europe for a bunch of festivals, including Göteborg International Film Festival 2009 (Sweden) and… Continue reading
I know there’s been a lot of The Invisible Fish on this blog already, but after hearing Through The Glass Wall (available from mrkwang) I do think he deserves it. In fact I liked it so much that I had mrkwang help me perform an interview with him (and who isn’t curious to know what… Continue reading
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