Not all music that comes from South Korea is “K-Pop”

A new way of undermining and minimizing the diverse music coming from South Korea has been accepted as the norm - and it doesn't seem like it's going to change any time soon. The impact of Korean music in today's music scene is undeniable. This may be the reason why it doesn't sound shocking that…

[Review] The story of “Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino” by Arctic Monkeys | ★★★★☆

The Sheffield group has always been associated with the concept of "timeless hits." Ever since their debut album "Whatever people say I am that's what I'm not" (2006), they have proven to be one of the best acts nowadays, not only in terms of their sound (which has changed and evolved throughout the years) but…

BTS shares teasers for “Life Goes On” MV, directed by Jungkook

The date of release for the group’s upcoming album BE (Deluxe Edition) is approaching, and BTS have shared two teasers for the MV of the title track “Life goes On”. BTS is known for actively participating in the song-making process, meaning that all have continuously participated in the production and songwriting aspects of their music…

BTS perform for NPR’s ‘Tiny Desk Concert’

The group performed "Dynamite," "Save Me" and "Spring Day" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFYAXsa7pe8&feature=emb_title BTS: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert, September 21st, 2020. BTS performed three of their songs on "NPR's Tiny Desk (Home) Concert" series on September 21st. The performance took place in Seoul, in the record store VINYL & PLASTIC, a place that reflected the basis of these…

Jackson Wang and Galantis collaborate in “Pretty Please”

Jackson Wang of GOT7 has returned with a new single named "Pretty Please", a collaboration with the Swedish electronic duo Galantis. After the stunning release of "100 ways" back in March, Jackson unveiled another addictive and upbeat song, accompanied by a cinematic Music Video inspired by Hong Kong and Chinese romance films from the 90s.…

The confession of an Artist: “Black Swan” by BTS

“A dancer dies twice — once when they stop dancing, and this first death is the more painful.” - Martha Graham This quote served as an introduction to the Art Film that marked the release of the single Black Swan, which showcased a beautiful and touching performance by the contemporary dancers of “MN Dance Company.”…