Catching up on the link posting:
While sharing the rumors that there’s a Raspberry Field single in the works, wassereis posted a translated sweet clip on Violet Sweets from MBC’s High Kick Through The Roof (지붕 뚫고 하이킥) where the band’s vocalist Soy sings a bit and shows her English skills: [Rasperry Field] Soy’s Acting Career.
Violet Sweets has also got a post on the album release plans of Midnight Stitch: [Midnight Stitch] Homepage Open. Turns out the duo released a new digital single called Broken Ear yesterday, December 3, and this time they’re featuring a couple of DJs leading to a more electronic sound. Sample both new tracks and everything form the first single at MySpace.
Word has spread on girl rock group Nia as they released their second single, Good Bye, on December 2:
– K Bites: Watch out for new girlgroup Nia, hailed as the ‘2nd Brown Eyed Girls’
– omonatheydidnt: Nia’s 2nd Single: “Goodbye” MV
Chris Park has reviewed yet another album for wakesidevision: Nell – The Trace Review
Through an email this morning I was alerted that noisy Korean American band Kite Operations has released a music video for the song Islands. Turns out their album release party in November was quite the success – review and videos at YellowBuzz: Kite Operations Blew My Mind: Reflections and Media from Brooklyn.
Another Korean American act but of the more melodic kind, Maggie Kim, was recently interviewed by Korean Beacon: Maggie Kim has “Love Like Everyone”. I had never heard of her until allkpop retweeted the interview link yesterday, but from what little I’ve heard now I think I find her music quite agreeable.