The time has come for another review roundup!
Chris Park has reviewed the 2003 compilation that got him into Korean music: We Are the Punx In Korea (펑크대잔치 3집) Review
Also reviewed is the second album of MOT. A great one indeed, although I personally prefer their first: Mot – 이상한 계절 (Strange Season) Review. Oh, and since I don’t think I’ve linked it before, here’s the result of an interview I made with them following the release of Strange Season: A meeting with MOT.
Pastel Music act Love & Pop too has gotten an album reviewed: Love & Pop – Self-titled Review. It’s their only album, release in 2005, and as I recall quite liking it myself (reminded me of why I liked Loveholic so much when they debuted) I’m quite curios to know what happened to them. Any idea?
In new Init_Music section OOPs, refresh_daemon expresses wishes to see re-releases from both Casker and 3rd Line Butterfly:
– OOPs: Casker – SkyLab
– OOPs: 3호산 Butterfly – Self-Titled Obsession
Init_Music also offers a review of the latest Plastic People album that pretty well sums up all I’d like to say about it myself, except I think exactly a third of the songs stand out a bit even though the effect of so many equally good tracks is the same: Inbox: Plastic People – Snap
And over at Hyunwoo Sun’s Send Me To Korea, new contributor James introduced the readers to Sister’s Barbershop: Great Vibes from this Barbershop