Chris lists his favorite releases of 2020.
COREMAGAZINE’s return is an evolution of their synth-pop rock origins
This year in Korean indie music was a wide one. So many releases this year that grabbed my attention ranged in styles from R&B, rock, acoustic pop, Korean traditional, jazz, balladry, so on and so on and so on. It was also a year of firsts, with many artists releasing their first full length albums after a year or more in the business, as you’ll see here.
I’ve been a fan of CoreMagaZinE since they first released Peep. The re-release featured some songs in English as well and that EP was also enjoyable. But the band seemed to disappear for a while until they reemerged when the band was crowdfunding for their first full length album.