Through ten songs, Sagong manages to transport us to his safe bottle universe in which the only important figures are nature and himself.
eAeon keeps his unique brand of music thanks to multi-layered and innovative beats inspired by synth-pop
imugi’s Dragonfruit excels in blending R&B, hip-hop with trippy beats, and synth to make us close our eyes and imagine a lazy summer day.
Loi’s EP leaves a lasting impression, an impressive feat considering the length of it.
Hwang Puha offers us a modest piece of work that will make you hum the melodies long after you’ve finished listening.
Short but memorable could be the perfect description when one talks about Lacuna’s discography.
It’s clear that Seoul Magic Club will surprise us in their next work