On September 1st, New York City was all hustle and bustle with summer parades and street festivals clogging the avenues in midtown, but turn down 43rd street and there you found a small crowd of people quietly lined up outside of The Town Hall for The Rose’s “We Rose You” tour. It has been over […]
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Irving Plaza in New York City is no stranger to international acts gracing their stage. Just within the past two month, two different Korean acts were able to sell out the 1,000 capacity venue; not an easy feat even for accomplished domestic artists. This month, South Korean indie band Hyukoh played a sold out show […]
Taking advantage of the long Fourth of July holiday weekend, 7000Miles (a New York based concert production company) hosted a show at (le) Poisson Rouge, a small downtown venue. The night’s headliner for the “Night of Soul” was non-other than singer Kim Tae Woo. Known mostly as being the lead singer of g.o.d (a first-generation […]
Ladies and Gentlemen, the time of all things dark, spooky, and strange is upon us. With Halloween just around the corner, whether you want to party till the sun chases away the monsters or curl up in a dark corner watching a horror movie marathon, here are a few Korean music videos to help awaken […]
I still remember sitting in the passenger seat of a friend’s car while on winter break from our sophomore year of college, catching up on the past semester when a song began to play through the speakers. The song was unfamiliar, yet refreshing, and even though it was in a foreign language that I did […]
After four years of hearing the question “Why not New York?” CJ E&M and MNET America answered our prayers. KCON 2015 graced the New York metro area (The Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey to be precise) with its presence for one day; a far cry from the three day extravaganza that Los Angeles was […]
New York City is no stranger to top K-pop acts, but it is pretty rare for Korean indie acts to make the long trip to the east coast of the United States. Despite the distance, popular indie duos Oksangdalbit (Okdal for short) and 10cm shared their music at the concert Hall in the New York […]
Traveling overseas is hard enough for an artist, but how about a whole record label? Well, that’s exactly what Amoeba Culture, a South Korean record label, did with several of their more prominent artists for the Amoeba Culture Tour 2015. Dynamic Duo, Zion. T, Crush, Primary, and DJ Friz, brought to the East Coast of the […]