HOHYUN has a solid foundation, but has some growth as an artist to do. Stage Fright is a good debut, highlighting his composition skills alongside work-in-progress vocals
“glitch” is a wonderful EP that is, a bit sad but also shows how in tune min.a is with her emotions and perception even as she struggles to define herself as an adult.
Shiro combine influences and present a new combination of electronic, R&B, post-punk, and shoegaze
Formerly Chicago-based Sue Reon Kim may only have one album, but 우리들은 (Oorideuren)’s folk-inspired tracks show maturity, grace, and a balance which makes her an artist to keep an eye on.
ESAE returns with a very personal perspective on mental health during tumultuous times.
Run River North return and present an evolved sound with a new direction
Joyce Kwon has an album that speaks to any 2nd gen Korean searching for identity