Saebyeok : Division

Saebyeok : Division

Saebyeok‘s songs have never been upbeat electronic music and with her second release Division, she doesn’t change. I really liked Rise from the ashes, a five song EP that introduced her perspective. Division isn’t much longer with seven tracks...
GROSTO : Daily Food

GROSTO : Daily Food

I am continuously searching for music and I have come across a duo by the name of GROSTO (Grocery Store) which is made up of members Loky Beats (Seo Hyung-Rok) and Smoothjam (Kwon Sung-Keun). Daily Food is their debut album which was released earlier this week. Last...
A-FUZZ : Moonshine

A-FUZZ : Moonshine

I saw A-FUZZ through a Naver OnStage performance. Their blend of jazz and funk was interesting because it wasn’t something I really heard before. Jazz and funk as a genre isn’t something I’m connected with so it was a different experience hearing...
Laybricks (레이브릭스) : Take a Rest

Laybricks (레이브릭스) : Take a Rest

I’ve seen some YouTube videos of Laybricks, but it wasn’t until I saw them in a club during December that I really got into the duo. Consisting of Kwangmin Seo and HyeJin Yu, the duo play live with only guitar and drums, but there is a backing bass track...
The Veggers : Jazz Master

The Veggers : Jazz Master

Jazz Master by The Veggers is a daunting album. For punk and hardcore fans, you get an insane amount of music with 28 songs. For people simply interested in Korean music, The Veggers will probably blow your mind. What’s even more amazing is that these 28 songs...
Swiimers : Swiimers

Swiimers : Swiimers

Swiimers released their first EP after two singles, which are are also included, on January 12, 2016. It expands on the two previous songs with the band’s signature dreampop and shoegaze style. “Golden Roots of Your Tree” is a short introduction that...
Hologram Film : Cosmic Color

Hologram Film : Cosmic Color

It seems lately that bands who released full lengths last year are returning with EPs. Hologram Film is following the trend with Cosmic Color. Last year’s Into the Wild was a dance-friendly rock album. On Cosmic Color, the band presents a more subdued side of...