Category: Reviews

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[Spotlight] Lucite Tokki

This edition of Indie Spotlight features female indie pop duo Lucite Tokki. Their unusual name is characterised by the crystal clear voice of Cho Ye-jin, Lucite is a solid transparent plastic made of polymethyl methacrylate (like Perspex); Tokki...

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Korea Rocks @ Liverpool Sound City

Liverpool Sound City’s final day closed spectacularly, with Belle & Sebastian and Charlatans’ frontman Tim Burgess playing the main stages. Though it was the final set of acts to grace the stage belonging to rock...

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[ALT] RAINSTORM BY RAINSTONE

Alternate Listening Tuesday this week takes a look at a project production by RAINSTONE. Rainstone, who’s real name is Woo S. Rhee, is a producer, songwriter, and Senior Vice President of JYPE USA. After...

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[ALT] Epik High – Shoebox

ALT this week takes a look at the much anticipated return of Epik High, two years to the day after 99, with their Shoebox album. Shoebox features guest appearances from a whole host of...

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Review – Cassette Schwarzenegger

We’re bringing back the beauty of Indie to UnitedKpop and to kick off the segment, we have the funky and amazingly named Cassette Schwarzenegger to get us fired up.

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[Teaser Tuesday] 2PM & more

For MV Monday Chuseok means no mv releases at the beginning of this week, but for Teaser Tuesday it does mean a whole host of teasers, due to release after the Korean Thanksgiving holiday. Today...

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[MV] Jung Key

Composer and producer Jung Key has finally released his first full album after four years. The full album, Emotion, boasts fifteen tracks, with eleven participating vocalists, and an impressive six music videos. 

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[COVERAGE] Liverpool Sound City

Between the 1st and the 3rd of may Liverpool played home to the largest international music, digital and film festival and conference in the UK: Liverpool Sound City. The festival welcomes over 360 artists...