This week’s recommendation is a three piece band self-described as Emo Pop called Adios Audio. Adios Audio’s sound is a combination of pop rock with yodelling highs, soft lows and emotive melodies. Adios Audio came to my attention through a gig poster from a band I follow on instagram. I was zooming in at the … More Mir Recommends – Adios Audio (아디오스 오디오)
The Monday Feeling is a four piece rock band from South Korea touring Southern California this summer. Earlier this year marked a new beginning for the band when they had to recruit a new guitarist and drummer. Since then, they have recorded a new album which includes eleven songs. “Can I Be Yours” is a sneak … More The Monday Feeling in the U.S.
As you all recently found out, I’ve got an immense amount of love and adoration for SPACECOWBOY. His brand of electronica is more than just the sum of its parts, really. There’s always a story there, always something deeper nestling under the surface. With his latest track, “Rain,” he bridges the gap between his electronic … More SPACECOWBOY Returns with Moody Track “Rain”
No, it’s not the iconic Jamiroquai symbol I’m talking about — though truth be told that’s exactly why I actually began listening to this artist. No, Space Cowboy is an artist that penetrates the psyche with a brand of electronic music that isn’t exactly commonplace in Korea. I came to SPACECOWBOY a little bit earlier … More Cy Recommends — SPACECOWBOY
Damn! It’s great to be a woman! Sometimes you come across an anthem that just makes you wanna go out in the streets, take off your bra, and slap a dude that dares try to cross you. In 2016, that was “Formation.” Last year it was “Bodak Yellow.” It may very well be that YESEO‘s … More Yeseo Knows Bad “Bitches Rule”
The wait is over! Hyukoh dropped their latest EP: “How to Find True Love and Happiness” and it has made my cold black heart beat again! Seriously…I might be open to love and marriage just so I can play “Love Ya!” at my wedding. Admittedly, Hyukoh can do no wrong with me. They have consistently … More Love Wins with Hyukoh’s “Love Ya!”
As everyone here knows I’ve got a soft spot in my heart for one Dumbfouneaded. His unabashed honesty and undeniable ability to build a story with ferocious lyricism are attributes of his style that I thought were unmatched. Oh, how wrong I was. So… so very wrong. Year of the Ox came on my radar … More Cy Recommends — Year of the Ox (YOX)