Every once in a while I get notified about a video, then just forget about it within the next few hours. Unfortunately that was the case with this piece of melodic perfection. Luckily, I have friends who try to keep me informed of music they know will make a mark on my soul, and I… More Jaeney (재니) – Tell Me Why
One of the artists I consciously try to keep on my radar is elemental producer Sima Kim. I first became privy to his exceptional talent with his album Debris (available on his Bandcamp), then just kept digging into his discography. I discovered the man has a profound understanding of sound that reaches far beyond the limits… More Sima Kim – If You Feel Like Me
When I was in Austin for SXSW I got to see Guten Birds play live, and their label, Coolluck Music passed along some music from their other artists. Included in that mix was Howaho. I wasn’t sure to expect on this album, since I had not yet heard of Howaho – but I was pleasantly… More [M/V] Howaho – 13 Children
Jambinai is a band to be reckoned with. They effortlessly blend gugak with the twist and snarl of metal and have allowed those who may know absolutely nothing about Korean culture to experience what I truly believe is an amalgamation of the country’s rich musical history. With the band’s latest collaboration with the Bella Union,… More Jambinai – A Hermitage
Today I’m introducing a new feature here on Rock ‘N Seoul. Despite what our name suggests, we’re not all completely obsessed with Korean music to the detriment of enjoying anything from other countries. The truth is quite the opposite. Our mutual love of Korean music brought us all together – but we all really dig… More [Out of the Box] Yonige -Avocado
Every year, summer brings hundreds of music festivals rolling out all over the world, each with their own unique spin on bringing the best musicians it can to as many fans as they can. Zandari Festa is no different in that respect, but it has a few things that no other festivals do. Like being… More Zandari Festa is Coming!
One of the most pervasive sentiments among all the artists I got a chance to talk to at this year’s SXSW is a desire to bring the music back to the sounds that inspired them. One such artist was Neon Bunny. She’s always tried to inject her music with more of the jazz she grew… More [Review] Neon Bunny – Stay Gold