I finished this book just hours ago. I bought Rainbow Rowell’s Carry On the day after I finished Eleanor & Park, over a year ago. I fell in love with Eleanor & Park, and something about it made me not want to read anything else, for fear of losing the magic I had found in that book. Since, I have read only two books (High Rise by JG Ballard, and The Profession of Violence: The Rise and Fall of the Kray Twins by John Pearson) and have not been particularly hooked by either. Less than a week ago Rowell tweeted the cover of the paperback edition of Carry On, due for release May 2017.
I took my sister to see Busted when they reunited, back in June. I was firmly of the opinion that the music of Busted was best left in 2005, especially as I hadn’t rated anything the Busted/McFly collaboration McBusted had produced. I left the live show thinking much the same, Busted probably didn’t need to come back.
A month has passed since I returned from Seoul, and time has flown, so a review of Zandari Festa is more than overdue.
With over one hundred and fifty acts on offer across Hongdae over the three-day weekend I, alongside Jeong Eun, began with a plan of who we knew we wanted to see at Zandari, but as the saying goes the best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry and our timetable was met with the occasional change. Here are the highlights of our Zandari adventure.
Just over forty-eight hours ago male idol group B.A.P released their second studio album NOIR, as well as the music video for the title-track Skydive.
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Last week Jay Park released his much anticipated Everything You Wanted album. Featuring an impressive nineteen tracks the album showcases the best of Jay Park’s musical skills.
Jay Park has been preparing an English language album (Everything You Wanted) for some time now, and today has released another of his English offerings to the music world: Aquaman.
2PM’s JUN.K debuted his solo project just hours ago with the single Think About You, and it showcases a great vocal talent.
Born of a fossilised egg discovered on a Korean mountainside during a heavy thunderstorm! Tirikilatops mash up de place with a combination of kimchi beats, offbeat lyrics, dayglo colours, hacked keyboards, rice wine, halloween attitudes and earworm melodies. Boogie down Seoul central!
SM’s Neo Culture Technology is a brave and interesting venture and one that is bound to bring plenty of questions.
XIA Junsu is back with his fourth solo album XIGNATURE; XIA has this time collaborated with artists such as Jung Key and Sunwoo Jung Ah to write a collection of impressive tracks. Alongside this album comes a music video for title track Rock The World.