4th Seoul Record Fair Vinyl Specials Announced

The first instance of the annual Seoul Record Fair took place at Platoon Kunsthalle in November 2011. The event has been expanding with every year since at the same location and this year it is set to take place as a 2 day affair between June 28-29.


Last year’s record fair saw success with vinyl re-issues of albums from Broccoli, you too? (1/10 EP), eAeon (Guilt-Free), Joe Won Sun (Swallow), Lee Sang Eun (Gongmudohaga), Misuni (Drifting) and Seoul Electric Band (Life is Strange). Each was limited to 300-500 copies at the fair, but became available from record stores in small quantities in August the same year. The Seoul Record Fair of 2014 will see more vinyl re-issues and the first three titles were announced a couple of days ago.


No Brain – 청년폭도맹진가


The first album from punk band No Brain, 청년폭도맹진가, was originally released in 2000 as a 2CD set. This year it’ll instead be a 2LP set pressed on 150g vinyl in red. It is considered the pioneer album of ‘chosun punk’ and ranks at number 26 on gaseum’s 100 Best Korean Albums list, compiled by music experts in 2007.


Sister’s Barbershop – 가장 보통의 존재


Sister’s Barbershop‘s celebrated 5th full-length album 가장 보통의 존재 first came out in 2008. At the 6th Korean Music Awards it won Album of the Year and Best Modern Rock Album whereas album track “아름다운 것” won Best Modern Rock Song. End of June the album will become available on white vinyl, 180g.


Kim Mokin – 음악가 자신의 노래


Cabinet Singalongs guitarist Kim Mokin released his first solo album Song of Musician’s-Self in December 2011. In time for this year’s Seoul Record Fair it will become available as a 180g LP.

2 Comments 4th Seoul Record Fair Vinyl Specials Announced

    1. Anna

      Hi, As far as I know there haven’t been any vinyl release of bleu yet. Although I wouldn’t be surprised if that’ll be one of the special releases for the next Seoul Record Fair :)


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