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Mothfly adds the visual element to “Pure” with a music video directed by Sharon Choi.
JU+DY’s first single “1,2,3,4” introduces the duo and their mixed hybrid sound of folk, indie, Midwestern rock, and more
An excellent single for the summer, Acid Rescues’ “Try Again” checks off all the boxes for a great indie pop track
Inventory is a debut EP by eeri that sounds like it should have been the third or fourth EP because it how great these songs are
Electriceels return as a solo project, but don’t lose any of the indie rock core that made the band so enjoyable
London Fuzz offer another taste of their British rock-influenced style but only include two songs with two versions this time around
zzzaam re-released their debut album siesta and showcase South Korea’s rock music of the past
A good addition to her discography, Moth shows how comfortable SOMA is within the R&B genre
Korean Indie circles back with Dongchan and gets an update on Kernelstrip, FFRD, and his plans for the coming year
Get to know Big Violin Player. Her start with cello, inspirations, and her dream collaboration. Listen to Big! and hear her versatility.
Billy Carter talks about their favorite songs off Don’t Push Me, feminism, and their hopes and plans for the future.
Jade talks about her latest single release, connecting with her fans via music, and announces her upcoming full-length album.
Dajung isn’t a reboot of j,knife, but the birth of an artist about to forge her path
Zuza highlights her five favorite releases for 2021
Chris takes a look at his favorite Korean indie albums from 2011 to 2020 with some added mentions that didn’t hit number one
St. Lenox discusses the term “Asian-American Music” and what an Asian-American music genre is in the mainstream.
Here’s a selection of Korean artists from around the world
Western mainstream media wants to be the only tastemaker, but it isn’t relevant anymore.