Secret Asian Men have proven themselves to be capable of drawing from a variety of genres and influences
BLVN’s The Sky in Seoul is a four track independent EP that is ostensibly pleasant, but fails to break out of a worn mold.
If you don’t buy the quirky premise of Ghosthouse, worry not. At its core are easily enjoyable songs with character and spirit.
The Black Skirts’ Team Baby is a closer match to Don’t You Worry Baby (I’m Only Swimming), and there’s a preference for melancholic ballads.
Telefonist’s Omnibus is fitting for those summer nights when you get a sudden urge to jam out.
No Reply’s Beautiful is an album that is enjoyable, but also not terribly memorable.
Heeseong’s Frii supports the maxim that less can be more.