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.
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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.
SM’s Neo Culture Technology is a brave and interesting venture and one that is bound to bring plenty of questions.
Last night Manchester’s Northern Quarter played host to an impressive showcase of Korean indie talent. Night & Day Cafe on Oldham Street was the venue for Superheroes of Korean Rock, a showcase presented by Manchester-based record label Splitting the Atom.
I haven’t paid attention to Panic! since my high school years, the beginning of their career. I had no idea that the album I was stepping into now had P!atD embodying one of my music pet hates: one person with a band name.
I’m a big fan of Galaxy Express, and was lucky enough to see them play during their UK tour in 2013. The trio have recently released their Walking On Empty album, an album they brought to the UK to master, at Abbey Road Studios no less.
June 11th may have come to a close in Korea but we’re only at 5pm in the UK so why not add some HybReFine to your afternoon?
June 11th marks 300 days since hybrid hip hop group PHANTOM officially debuted. Here are just some of the reasons this group have kept me hooked for those 300 days, and the many they spent together before then, and just why they’ll keep me a PHANTOMISM for so many more days to come.
In terms of visual concept SJM have always been unusual. With the main unit we are delivered concepts that no matter how convoluted they are still consistent.