Silica Gel encapsulates psychedelic kitsch.
Se So Neon brings lo-fi to blues rock and synth pop.
Kim Sarang loses all gimmicks and frills to return to the basics, showcasing unequivocally his persona.
John Apache commemorates the origins of Korean indie rock in his self-titled album.
Jeon Jin Hee proves less is more by offering solace with a piano and a voice.
O.O.O knows what it is good at, but wants to do more.
R&B meets techno and trap to paint a darker picture of youth.