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Men on a Mission (Knowing Brothers) E242 200801 Uhm Jung-hwa, Park Sung-woong, Lee Sang-yoon, Lee Sun-bin

2020.08.09 12:27 eaforlife Men on a Mission (Knowing Brothers) E242 200801 Uhm Jung-hwa, Park Sung-woong, Lee Sang-yoon, Lee Sun-bin

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The members of Men on a Mission are able to answer all the questions of the world in their own way. There may be questions that seem so trivial while living a life. However, those are the exact questions that really need to be questioned and answered at times. If the curiosity does not stop you from questioning, just simply ask the members for the answer. All the personal background information is not of importance but only the solution to genuine questions of the guests is valued.
 

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2020.08.01 11:55 alleybetwixt This Week In KPOP - August 1, 2020

Welcome to This Week In KPOP, a collection of everything you may have missed during the past week on kpop.

July 25, 2020 - July 31, 2020

TOP 10 STORIES

# Votes Thread Comments
1 (+3678) Happy 6th Anniversary to Red Velvet! 106 comments
2 (+2340) MBC will produce a documentary about Sulli for the anniversary of her passing. It will tell the story of Sulli and include interviews from her family members and SM Entertainment 69 comments
3 (+2223) Lee Hyori, Uhm Jung Hwa, Jessi, and MAMAMOO's Hwasa to hold their first meeting to discuss their project girl group 134 comments
4 (+2107) MAMAMOO Hwasa has taken her first win for "Maria" on SBS Inkigayo (200726) 56 comments
5 (+1620) X1's "Flash" Becomes Fastest Boy Group Debut MV To Surpass 100 Million Views 115 comments
6 (+1567) Youtube currently planning to remove community captions feature. Will make it much harder to have fan subbed content. 167 comments
7 (+1062) BTOB's Changsub discharged from military base early per COVID19 protocol, officially returning next month 27 comments
8 (+988) BTS announced on Jijinjung Radio that they will release an English single on August 21 104 comments
9 (+945) Jo Kwon Opens Up About His Gender Identity And Shares How Bang Si Hyuk Accepted His Views 138 comments
10 (+907) Selena Gomez to feature on upcoming BLACKPINK pre-release single 280 comments

TOP 10 PERFORMANCES

# Votes Thread Comments
1 (+1499) [Song Cover] Mamamoo Wheein - Candy (orig. Baekhyun) (Special video) 51 comments
2 (+1074) [Performance] GFriend - Apple (Witch ver.) 26 comments
3 (+889) [Live] Debut Stage: SSAK3 (U-do-ragon / Yoo Jaesuk, Linda G / Lee Hyori, B-ryong / Rain) - 여름 안에서 (In the Summer) (orig. DEUX) + 다시 여기 바닷가 (Beach Again) @ MBC Show! Music Core (200725) 53 comments
4 (+695) [Dance Practice] Red Velvet - IRENE & SEULGI - Naughty (놀이) (Choreography Video) 36 comments
5 (+426) [Dance Cover] Girls' Generation (SNSD) Hyoyeon and Red Velvet's Seulgi - "DESSERT" Dance Cover (200729) 22 comments
6 (+360) [Performance] CLC Seunghee & Sorn - Pepe (Jazz Version) 16 comments
7 (+345) [Dance Cover] Girls' Generation (SNSD) Hyoyeon and Sunny - "DESSERT" (200725) 17 comments
8 (+302) [Dance Cover] Girls' Generation (SNSD) Hyoyeon and Sooyoung - "DESSERT" (200726) 20 comments
9 (+249) [Dance Cover] Somi - How You Like That (BLACKPINK), Summer Hate (Zico & Rain), Nonstop (Oh My Girl), Apple (GFriend), What You Waiting For @ Idol Radio (200729) 31 comments
10 (+244) [Live] BoA - Dance Medley: Only One + ID; Peace B + Atlantis Princess + My Name + No. 1 (with Kim Youngchul) @ Knowing Bros Episode 240 (200725) 8 comments

TOP 5 DISCUSSIONS

# Votes Thread Comments
1 (+530) Had a chat with an SM-Choreographer, thought the things he/she shared would be interesting to you guys! 42 comments
2 (+219) What are some fun or interesting old threads to read about here on kpop? 79 comments
3 (+171) the future of choreography 52 comments
4 (+130) taking a look at pre-2010 debuts which have remained active, relevant and 'successful' as a group: the reality of kpop groups' career longevity 28 comments
5 (+103) What idol-centered variety show would you bring back if you could? 94 comments

MUSIC SHOWS

Date Performances Discussion Thread Winner
20200725 Music Core Thread BLACKPINK
20200726 Inkigayo Thread HwaSa
20200728 The Show No Broadcast. No Winner.
20200729 Show Champion Summer Highlight Special BLACKPINK
20200730 M!Countdown Thread SSAK3
20200731 Music Bank Thread BLACKPINK
 

NEW RELEASES

Day Artist Album Title Type Music Video Streaming
25th SSAK3 (U-do-ragon / Yoo Jaesuk, Linda G / Lee Hyori, B-ryong / Rain) Play the Summer digital single Play the Summer Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
26th BOYHOOD (Nam Donghyun) Retro Love debut single Retro Love Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
Song Ji Eun (Secret) Dream mini album MIL (Make It Love) Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
27th Kang Daniel Waves pre-release single Waves (feat. Simon Dominic, Jamie) Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
The ADE RE: CORD digital single Cheer Up Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
YOON DU JUN (Highlight) Daybreak debut mini album Lonely Night Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
28th JUNE (PLT) Ending mini album Anywhere Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
RAVI (VIXX) Paradise Summer EP Paradise (feat. Ha Sungwoon) Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
RIO Dream No.24 digital single Dream No.24 Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
SOYOU (ex-SISTAR) Gotta Go digital single Gotta Go Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
zai.ro (JTBC SuperBand / I Can See Your Voice) Lonesome digital single Lonesome Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
29th DKB Youth – 1st Mini Album in Japan Japanese debut mini album Sorry Mama (Japanese Ver.)
APRIL Hello Summer special album Now or Never Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
ATEEZ ZERO: FEVER PART.1 mini album INCEPTION Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
Boramiyu Like Summer digital single Like Summer Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
U SUNG EUN (유성은) Right on Time digital single Right on Time Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
WayV Bad Alive (English Version) digital single Bad Alive (English Version) Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
Yoon Jong Shin Leave Me Alone (Feat. Kingo Hamada) (Monthly Project 2020 July Yoon Jong Shin) digital single Leave Me Alone (Feat. Kingo Hamada) (Monthly Project 2020 July Yoon Jong Shin) Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
30th Ailee, RAVI (VIXX), NewKidd ME ME WE (feat. Aizat Amdan, Chillies, PAAM, Quest & Rahmania Astrini) digital single ME ME WE (feat. Aizat Amdan, Chillies, PAAM, Quest & Rahmania Astrini) Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
Eric Nam The Other Side mini album Paradise Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
Jessi NUNA mini album NUNU NANA Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
31st BLASTAR ONE WAY debut single ONE WAY YouTube Music
M.O.N.T AQUATAPE single album Lethargy / Boom Bang Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
Red Velvet - Irene & Seulgi iScreaM Vol.3 : Naughty Remix remix single Naughty - Demicat Remix Spotify / Apple Music
S.I.S Don't Wait single album Don't Wait Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
Baekhyun (EXO) Our Beloved BoA #1 - SM STATION remake single Garden in the Air Spotify / Apple Music
KEEMBO (ex-SPICA Bohyung & BoA) 99 single album 99 Apple Music / YouTube Music
NELL Crash digital single Crash Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
Niel (Teen Top), Kim Namjoo (Apink), Nam Dohyon (H&D) Destiny (Cool Remake) remake project single Destiny - Cool Remake Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
The full chart of all releases including OSTs and indie artists can be found here or in the sidebar. The chart is updated regularly and a new one is published every month.

"This Week in KPOP" Archive

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2020.03.31 19:15 myweithisway 2020 March News Roundup

Casting Confirmations

Production Updates

Broadcast Updates

Drama Premieres

15 new dramas premiered in this month. Source
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2020.03.04 16:58 Ghost-Quartet 28 Albums You May Have Missed From The 2010s

The far less exciting followup to Monday’s 28+ Albums You May Have Missed In 2019, here's a compilation of the decade writeups so I can have full closure on the series. I curated these writeups in conjunction to the 2019 ones as a way to spice it up, there’s no theme to them really I just selected albums on a day to day basis that I felt were a nice contrast to the 2019 album I was writing about, but now that they aren’t paired that’s a moot point so here they’ve been presented chronologically. These albums (and in many cases these artists) were super underrated/ignored by pop fans and I’m here to tell you why.
Yes, I didn't have anything from 2010.

2011:

Made4TV by Little Jackie (Motown + Rap)

  • For Fans Of: Amy Winehouse, Motown, Old-school alternative pop girls (Tori Amos, Regina Spektor, etc.)
Description: In the pantheon of weird, alternative pop/rap/r&b girls I’ve never seen Imani Coppola mentioned, which is a shame because she’s such an outspoken weirdo. (She portrayed herself as a black cowgirl literally before Lil Nas X was even conceived.) She has a huge discography that’s ripe for reevaluation, but a good place for pop fans to start would be her work as Little Jackie. Imani teamed up with producer Adam Pallin to release some more straightfoward pop music, and the blend of his lively throwback instrumentals with her fiery vocals and unusual lyrics was a winning one. Their music is loud and in-your-face, but there’s solid “older sisterly” advice underneath all the noise, and though they didn’t get a lot of commercial success they put out a few great albums. Made4TV in particular does a good job of balancing that classic Motown sound with rap, as well as her sardonic attitude with genuine heart.
Positives: Great nostalgia factor, good introduction to a fascinating artist, a fun “retro/urban” aesthetic
Potential Barriers: It’s loud and the production can be overwhelming, the lyrics are potentially obnoxious, somewhat dated
Sample Track: “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” showcases the album's fun melodies, sardonic attitude, and... unique lyricism.

Summer Of The Soda Fountain Girls by Blue Bottle Collection: (Theatre Pop)

  • For Fans Of: MIKA, Broadway, summers by the lake
Description: More of a vocal collective than a traditional band, front man Daniel Zaitchik centers the group around himself but he’s joined by a chorus of sweet voiced men and women who, with the help of spectacular musical and vocal arrangements, give the album a dreamy, fantastical feel. The songs wander through a summer’s day, bouncing between whimsical stories, lackadaisical musings, and moments of vulnerable self-reflection, all set to some of the best theatrical folk-pop around. There’s such joy and life in this album but it’s bittersweet, undercut by a sense of pathos brought about by the knowledge that every summer’s day has to end. Simultaneously an album about youth and growing up, it’s an attempt to capture something in music that’s otherwise entirely ephemeral; and, what’s more, it works. To me this album stirs up feelings of wanderlust and nostalgia, memories of a childhood I didn’t (and will never) have, but the false memories are still warm. Hopefully it can do the same for you.
Positives: Lush sonics, haunting vocals, some absolutely thrilling songs
Potential Barriers: A bit long, unconventional sounding, theatrical
Sample Track: “Chocolate Malt” is a great display of the unique, almost fairy-like energy of the album, and features lovely vocals.

What Otters Do by Shaina Taub: (Soul-Pop)

  • For Fans Of: Carole King, Sara Bareilles, songs that feel like they’re from your childhood
Description: There’s just so much heart and intelligence in everything Shaina Taub does. Her lyrics are filled with unusual imagery and wisdom, her melodies are lively, and her harmonies are always on point. If I ever get around to doing my writeup on her I’ll gush about all of her albums but I’m presenting What Otters Do here because it’s her first ever release and it’s fascinating. There’s electricity and heat on this EP, a young artist flexing her talents to see how much she can do. It draws a lot from the soulful stylings of artists like Carole King, Billy Joel, and Aretha Franklin but her unique artistic voice pushes through it all and creates some songs that feel truly one of a kind. Even her own later works aren’t quite like this explosion of color and light; albums like this are rare.
Positives: It’s endlessly creative and full of life, all of the songs are huge, it’s short.
Potential Barriers: It’s kind of a weird sounding album, these are “event” songs that might not be suited for casual listening.
Sample Track: “Make A Mess” never fails to put a smile on my face, one of my favorite songs, full stop.

2012:

All Of Me by Estelle (R&B + Rap)

  • For Fans Of: Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera, overlooked r&b gems
Description: This album opens with a few truly heinous tracks where Estelle tries to establish herself as some kind of swaggering hip-hop bad girl, but these are a Trojan Horse because the rest of the album leans into a much more wholesome r&b sound. Danceable beats are combined with almost theatrical doo-wop influences and it’s a combination that’s aged surprisingly well. It’s very much an album about growing in to yourself and learning to be grateful, with wholesome messages and good vibes abound. Estelle’s husky voice is as buttery as ever and even if she tries a bit too hard some times, she manages to craft a lot of great lyrics and hooks that keep me coming back to some of the songs.This is a very ambitious project with tons of features (including a fresh faced Janelle Monáe!) and interludes, and while it’s a bit all over the place Estelle’s sheer talent makes it worth a listen.
Positives: Charisma, some super cute/uplifting songs, some old school r&b bangers
Potential Barriers: Some tracks are dated (and one song features Chr*s Br0wn), sound is rather all over the place, kinda long
Sample Track: “Love The Way We Used To” is a sweet love song.

Make Me Breakfast (2012) & Natural Disaster (2015) by Grace McLean & Them Apples (Singer-Songwriter)

  • For Fans Of: Bridgit Mendler, Fiona Apple, intimate friendship moments with your female bestie
Description: Grace McLean is one of those artists with such a magnetic presence that if you encounter her in basically any capacity, you like her. She’s got charisma for days, a sharp sense of humor, she’s gorgeous, and her brassy voice is immediately ear catching. And as if that wasn’t enough she’s a talented songwriter as well, releasing music with her trusty band Them Apples. Their first EP Make Me Breakfast is such a fun record, just five sunny, slightly humorous pop songs that show off her voice and the band’s great orchestrations. Their second EP Natural Disaster is much more experimental, LITERALLY taking us for a loop since much of the album is constructed via vocal looping. Several of the songs on the album are created using just samples of her voice, and it’s astounding that she makes fully fleshed out compositions from them. Beyond just the novelty value these are solid pop songs, with slightly darker subject matter and off-kilter but romantic lyrics.
Positives: Fun energy, great vocals, creative arrangements
Potential Barriers: Weird lyrics, both EPs are different
Sample Tracks: “My Friend’s Roommate” is funny but still catchy / “Natural Disaster” is such a weird but clever pop song

Synthetica by Metric (Synth-Rock)

  • For Fans Of: Blondie, Sleigh Bells, the emo bands of the ’00s/’10s
Description: Metric are an indie rock band who are just edgy enough to have a pop sensibility, they’re likely more popular than I’m giving them credit for but I rarely see them mentioned so I thought it would be worth it to bring up this fantastic album. Some tracks are straightforward, some tracks are more experimental, but most fall somewhere in between. These are the kind of songs that fill a room with their cavernous production; insistent percussion, shredding guitar, and big synths keep things consistently exciting and provide a great playground for the lead singer’s spunky vocals. The themes of the songs remain ever-relevant, delving into topics like the disenfranchisement of the youth, the problems posed by technology, and overall feelings of isolation. It’s not depressing, but it does pack a great punch.
Positives: Sharp lyricism, great big production
Potential Barriers: Loud, a bit esoteric
Sample Track: “Nothing But Time” is a sweeping synthpop song that still has their rock edge.

2013:

Children Of The Stars by The Orion Experience (Pop)

  • For Fans Of: Electric Light Orchestra, Marianas Trench, that period of time in the ‘10s where random indie bands kept getting huge hits
Description: Based in that beloved mid-2010s indie rock sound but with a dance-pop twist, this album overflows with energy. From the second the first track starts the album is a nonstop thrill ride of pure fun: every song has a huge melody and a ton of hooks. This album really believes that more is more, offering up disco beats, guitar solos, horn sections, and all sorts of fun tricks to keep the wave of energy going. This is a concept album with a story about love saving the universe, and so all of the songs have a campy sort of “space” aesthetic in the production and lyrics, with a cinematic feel to them that feels ripped from the Barbarella era of space operas. It would almost be too plastic if it didn’t still have a bit of that indie edge leftover, which keeps the album from being too overwhelming. This album is a forgotten time capsule of when music was painfully upbeat and optimistic.
Positives: Full of energy, fun pop perfection, great songs
Potential Barriers: Dated, kinda cheesy
Sample Track: “Children Of The Stars” is an immediate jolt of energy.

Go Back Home by Audra McDonald (Broadway)

  • For Fans Of: Joni Mitchell, Tori Kelly, healing music
Description: Audra McDonald is a master of her craft: her talents have made her one of the most awarded actresses working in theatre, and she brings all of that to this album. A collection of covers, she choses some established classics but more often than not opts for forward thinking songs from fresh composers, giving this album a very modern feeling. The simple arrangements allow the many shades of her voice to shine and create a relaxed, cabaret-esque feeling. Her soprano voice is beautiful but what really sells this album is the storytelling she does; she can fill a concert hall with her voice (and she does a few times on this album) but this album is so intimate. Few people can connect to a text quite like Audra McDonald can. Her performances on this album are stunning, and with each track it really feels like she’s right there with you telling you about love, life, and happiness.
Positives: Amazing vocals, soft thoughtful aesthetic, smart songwriting
Potential Barriers: It’s Broadway stuff which isn’t everyone’s thing
Sample Track: “Go Back Home” is touching and a little melancholy.

2014:

Femm-Isation by FEMM (EDM + Jpop)

  • For Fans Of: Charli XCX, Kesha, the pre-rock stages of the Poppy project
Description: Looking for something really commercial and plastic? This album was made by mannequins. FEMM (short for Far East Mention Mannequins) have a bizarre backstory about being leaders of an agency fighting to liberate sentient mannequins, and while this is strange it does accurately reflect this album: stylized and artificial sounding, but with messages of freedom and adventure. Drenched in autotune and #girlpower, wearing maximalist electronic production like armor, these pounding club songs capture the unapologetically fun spirit of the early 2010s perfectly while still managing to sound unique thanks to the subtle cyberpunk aesthetic. Pair all that with some fantastic visuals and we end up with a bombastic celebration of pop music from one of the most painfully underrated Jpop acts around.
Positives: HUGE pop songs, deceptively smart songwriting/production, it’s Jpop in English
Potential Barriers: It’s trashy and pretty dated
Sample Track: “Whiplash” is my favorite, a really smooth club banger.

Have Faith by Mary Testa & Michael Starobin (Artsy-Pop)

  • For Fans Of: Bjork, Tom Waits, thinking
Description: A collection of covers of everyone from Rodgers & Hammerstein to Shakespeare to Prince to Bjork to people you’ve never even heard of, this album is an avant-garde fusion of theatre and pop that’s full of surprises. Theatre legend Mary Testa’s nasal head voice and hard belt are polarizing and not conventionally “pretty,” but she’s a spellbinding performer who can bring a song to life like no other. She forms an electric center of this album, effortlessly bringing soul and humor to classic songs. Her collaborator Michael Starobin is a Broadway musical director who provides off-kilter arrangements that seem to detach the album from reality; there are so many interesting choices made on this album. It’s a phantasmagoria of music, with tracks fading in to each other to create a cohesive listening experience from front to back.
Positives: Heartfelt and thoughtful, sounds very different, lush music
Potential Barriers: It’s very out there, it’s meant to be a full listening experience rather than individual tracks
Sample Track: Her cover of Michael Smith’s “Sister Clarissa” is really sweet.

2015:

Adventures From The Ocean Of The Dead by Michelle Cross (Singer-Songwriter)

  • For Fans Of: Regina Spektor, Tori Amos, musical theatre
Description: This album is epic in the classical sense of the word in that it’s a sprawling piece of poetry telling a story, and Michelle brings out some slammin’ tunes that really bring the story to life. These songs are very memorable and deceptively catchy, Michelle knows her stuff as a composer and loads the songs with melodies from every direction; if you like piano riffs, this is the album for you. Michelle herself plays all of the characters (many of whom are male) but she’s a talented enough vocalist to pull it off; in particular she brings out a husky part of her voice that’s very appealing. Though the album gets off to something of a slow start, once the action hits the high seas it kicks into high gear and we’re treated to this wonderful phantasmagoria of crazy characters and situations, all brought to life by the magic of Michelle’s catchy melodies, lush piano arrangements, and paper doll art.
Positives: The songs are beautiful, there’s a wonderful sense of adventure to the album.
Potential Barriers: The album tells a cohesive story, all of the parts are played by the same singer
Sample Track: “Leucade’s Rock” is a haunting ballad for a mermaid.

Love Stuff by Elle King (Country + Rock)

  • For Fans Of: Pistol Annies, early Lana del Rey, dark “witchy” energy
Description: Elle King’s one-hit “Ex’s and Oh’s” has a bit of an edge to it but the saucy, flirty little number doesn’t quite prepare you for how surprisingly dark Love Stuff is. The album is gritty and moody, leaning into blues and a really cool southern gothic aesthetic that I'd describe as "a witch in the old west.". Elle has a fantastic voice that’s really evocative, able to bring both unbridled joy and intense yearning. Backed by heavy guitars and drums she paints a picture of a harsh and desolate world, which she responds to in equal parts with ferocity and pathos. In a lot of ways she follows the Lana Del Rey moody pop girl blueprint in how she toys with American iconography and the ways women cope and survive in this world, except with country guitars and fiery belts.
Positives: Great vocals, gothic aesthetic, strong collection of songs
Potential Barriers: This kind of country isn’t for everyone, maybe a few too many blues tunes
Sample Track: “Ain’t Gonna Drown” is an eerie, surprisingly haunting track.

Mickey Guyton by Mickey Guyton (Country)

  • For Fans Of: Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris, Hallmark movies
Description: There’s just four songs on here, but each of them fires off at full capacity. It’s pleasantly old-school country, which in a strange way makes it feel really fresh. There’s still a pop sensibility in the huge melodies/vocals, but the somewhat twangy arrangements call to mind country music at its very best. Mickey has a huge, expressive voice and her stellar performances on these songs are a major part of why they work so well. The songs are all about moving on from an ex-boyfriend and she belts it out with such fire that you have to root for her. There’s not much to say about it really, it’s just four great country bops. We’re still waiting for the followup!
Positives: Quick listen, accessible country songs, fun and catchy
Potential Barriers: It’s short, she might oversing at times
Sample Track: “Better Than You Left Me” broke the record for “the highest one-week add total of a country artist’s debut single in Country Aircheck history.”

Zanaka by Jain (World-Pop)

  • For Fans Of: Stromae, Shakira, the sun
Description: Though she’s French Jain spent much of her youth in Africa and the Middle East, marinating in the music and culture. The album wears these influences on its sleeve, but rather than simple imitation sounds and styles melt together and blend into something that feels fresh and exciting. There’s also traces of funk, reggae, and dance pop here, giving this album an even broader appeal and pretty unique sound that nobody else in the mainstream is quite doing, based in heavy percussion/beats with world music influences layered on top. Her distinctive accent and quirky lyrical style give this album a campy–but delightful–feeing. But most importantly this album is rich and warm, like listening to sunlight. Everything here, from the sound to the lyrics to the visuals, indicates that Jain thinks we live in a beautiful world and we should all appreciate it and love each other. And she makes it so damn good you can’t help but agree.
Positives: Brimming with energy, fresh and different
Potential Barriers: The album can get a little samey
Sample Track: “Makeba” is a massive bop with an amazing (Grammy nominated) music video.

2016:

Astrodreams by Polartropica (Dream-Pop)

  • For Fans Of: Oh Wonder, GFRIEND, Sailor Moon
Description: Polartropica are unknown but delightful. They claim their goal is to take their listeners to another, more magical world, and while your mileage may vary on that front they definitely serve up s fun electropop experience. Their whimsical viewpoint influences the sound of this album, which is very dreamy and leans into a spacey, aesthetic; it sort of sounds like the soundtrack to an adventure you might have dreamed up as a kid. There solid melodies and some great synths that add some kick, and I love the lead singer’s voice. There’s a solid message beneath all the style too, with the songs exploring themes of confronting and overcoming your past. The songs manage to feel strange and familiar at the same time, drawing from recognizable references but emerging as unique entities well worth the 15 minute runtime.
Positives: Short and sweet, cute energy
Potential Barriers: Might be too frothy for some
Sample Track: “Light Up The Sky” could be an anime theme song.

Catharsis by Jake Zyrus (Pop-Rock)

  • For Fans Of: Avril Lavigne, male rock stars whose names I don’t know so I can’t list them
Description: “Catharsis” describes the purgation of emotions, essentially the experience of “letting it all out” so you can grow and move on; it’s fitting then that this was the title for Jake Zyrus’s final album under the stage name Charice before publicly transitioning. There’s something of a loose concept to this album thematically, tracking the journey of a relationship that begins happy then grows painful until he comes out the other side happy and free. The album itself seems to transition as it goes along from the cheerful pop sound sung in light soprano that defined his early works into songs with a grittier rock sound sung with huskier vocals, transforming him for an album into a full fledged rock star pouring his soul out over wailing guitars. It’s a role he pulls off well, and it’s really cool to hear a pop star pull off an act like this so convincingly.
Positives: It’s that angsty pop-rock sound we all love
Potential Barriers: The writing can be amateurish, this was released before he transitioned so that might be a bit weird
Sample Track: “Killing Myself To Sleep” is a sprawling Nirvana influenced rock jam.

Disappear Here by Bad Suns (Alt-Rock)

  • For Fans Of: Walk The Moon, Misterwives, mildly successful but not quite mainstream indie bands
Description: This album feels fresh and exciting like the old glory days of the mid 2010s indie boom. While they didn’t have any towering hits Bad Suns emerged and saw some success during this period, and while it very much sounds like this era there’s a hint of some old school in there as well. It’s uptempo, sunny, slightly-synth/slightly-punk/really-pop alternative rock, with massive appeal and some real crowdpleaser songs. Bad Suns have a knack for catchy melodies and hot guitar licks, and they come up with memorable lyrics/song titles as well. This is the kind of album you blast while you’re riding down the coast with the top down, and if you can’t do that, it’ll help you feel like you’re there.
Positives: Fun, catchy, very bright energy
Potential Barriers: It’s got guitars and men
Sample Track: “Off She Goes” is super smooth and has some great guitar work

Leo Rising by Karmin (Pop)

  • For Fan Of: Katy Perry, Natalia Kills, impossibly pretty people
Description: Karmin were signed to a major label for a bit but left it when they realized that they weren’t being allowed to make the kind of music that they wanted (and because their album flopped but w/e) and since the first album they dropped after going independent was this good, it’s hard to fault them for their decision. They were allowed to flex their skills to the fullest and the result is a diverse album full of quality songs that touch on basically every genre you can think of. There’s touches of bubblegum, synthpop, hip-hop, rap, even vaudeville on here, and it’s all cohesive and interesting to listen to. The huge melodies, fun production, and agile vocals that made songs like “Brokenhearted” a hit are still there but they’re presented with a new maturity that keeps them from becoming grating. Each song on the album is loosely based on an astrological sign, a fun little gimmick that lets them explore a range of topics and moods.
Positives: A super solid straight-up-pop album, consistent from start to finish
Potential Barriers: Variety of styles means you might like some tracks more than others, white rap
Sample Track: “Easy Money” is my favorite.

WE ARE KING by (We Are) King (R&B + Dream-Pop)

  • For Fans Of: Blood Orange, Solange, opening your mind and feeling one with the universe
Description: We Are King belong to that special class of perfectionist auteurs who only drop music once in a blue moon but nobody cares because it’s always incredible. This is their only album and if they never released another they’d still be legends, peep the “Accolades” section for this album on Wikipedia. Their harmonies are literally heavenly, they sound like a choir of angels, and the dreamy music billows around them like clouds. The songs are a bit slow but that’s an asset: rather than immediate gratification they hit you with slow burns that take you on a journey. They gently guide us through stories about love and discovery that take us to another, softer world. This is the kind of album that can always calm you down and make your day a little bit better.
Positives: Lush sonics, amazing harmonies, gorgeous vibes
Potential Barriers: The songs are slow and long
Sample Tracks: “Hey” is the longest song on the album but it’s perfect.

2017:

The Cloud Dream Of The Nine by Uhm Jung Hwa (Dance-Pop)

  • For Fans Of: Madonna, Robyn, pop divas with huge legacies
Description: Having debuted in 1993, almost literally at the start of the Kpop industry, Uhm Jung Hwa dominated the scene in the ’90s/‘00s and established herself as the industry’s original “sexy girl.” She’s a legend, and her comeback album (released after almost a decade away from music) is an album befitting a legend. Based in disco/techno sounds, although it toys with a throwback sound it’s a very forward thinking album. It has an icy, almost cyberpunk sound that weaves together crisp percussion and intricate synth work with her cooly detached vocals that sound mature and regal. The whole project just feels tight and focused, oozing in charisma and confidence that these eager to please youngsters can only dream of projecting. A shot of star power from one of Kpop's truest legacy acts.
Positives: Short, legendary artist, crisp dance pop
Potential Barriers: It’s in Korean, a little different than the usual Kpop
Sample Track: “Ending Credit” is my favorite song, a mid tempo synth slow burn with a stunning music video.

Communicating by Hundred Waters (Indie + Electronic)

  • For Fans Of: Chairlift/Caroline Polachek, Be The Cowboy, #mood
Description: Hundred Waters aren’t exactly huge but they have made a small name for themselves in the music scene thanks to their somewhat quiet, thoughtful indie music, and with this record they pepper in some ever enticing pop influences to create captivating songs. Their music is like a duck paddling on water: smooth and calm on the surface, but a storm of activity beneath. Listen for the sonic tapestries they create if nothing else; the songs here feel somehow sparse and lush at the same time, every element blending together as if we’re listening to pure music rather than a collection of instruments. It’s soothing while still being engaging, which is fitting because much of the album is devoted to reflecting on love and loneliness. An album to lie in bed and listen to while staring at the ceiling.
Positives: Wonderful to listen to, engaging without being overwhelming
Potential Barriers: Songs can get a little samey
Sample Track: “Wave To Anchor” is a transcendent work of swirling synths and vocals, I’m still shocked it wasn’t a hit.

Rush by RIRI (Bubblegum)

  • For Fans Of: Yours Truly by Ariana Grande, the wave of blonde pop stars in the ’90s
Description: This is old school bubblegum, without a hint of irony to it. RIRI’s music is so bright and fun; the references and inspirations are very obvious but they’re made to sound so good they feel fresh all over again. Like, watch this clip of her dancing and tell me you don’t see at least a little bit of classic pop star in her. She has a great voice and she uses it to the fullest, if you’ve been missing huge pop choruses and dramatic ballads she has some for you.
Positives: Short, feel good music, tons of great pop music energy
Potential Barriers: Large parts of her songs are in Japanese, it’s not groundbreaking, kinda loud
Sample Track: “Rush” is a colossal pop song with an amazing chorus.

Tears On The Dance Floor by Steps (Dance-Pop)

  • For Fans Of: Kylie Minogue, Scissor Sisters, standing on top of a mountain in a fabulous gown as the wind blows
Description: Steps are a UK co-ed teen pop group who were HUGE around the turn of the millennium and after the usual messy breakup and middling solo careers they managed to actually have a proper reunion and start releasing albums almost a decade after breaking up. They make the jump from teen pop to adult(?) pop with surprising dignity, managing to bring maturity to their original sound without losing too much of its danceable appeal. It’s still just as cheesy, but in a more grown up kind of way. The chipper Y2K production is traded out for an orchestral disco sound that has more of a “club” vibe to it; the lyrics are melodramatic, but they belt them out with such conviction and the arrangements are so theatrical that it just works. Like the title implies it’s a lot of romantic songs, with huge beats and choruses that match the huge emotions they’re singing about.
Positives: Unapologetically big pop, nostalgia factor, danceable
Potential Barriers: Melodramatic, might get repetitive
Sample Track: “Scared Of The Dark” is dramatic in the best way possible.

Woman Titles by Hot Dad (’80s Synthpop)

  • For Fans Of: Weird Al Yankovich, Bleachers, ’80s movies without the problematic stuff
Description: Hot Dad is a comedy YouTuber who mostly makes joke music (you might recognize this video), but that doesn’t mean he’s lacking in musical talent. For this album he sets his sights on parodying the melodramatic try-hard pop of the ‘80s, and what results is a collection of surprisingly touching songs that slap harder than you’d expect. This album aggressively respects women, and while it’s played for comedic effect there is something sweet about the earnestness of it; this level of sincerity is so powerful it has to be filtered through a lens of irony. It helps that the synth-drenched production is genuinely fantastic, offering up some of the hard hitting synth-rock that would make the era proud. It really adds gravity to the lyrics, making things like “sharing a meal” and “having your parents meet” sound truly epic.
Positives: Hardcore ‘80s vibes, smart songwriting
Potential Barriers: Potentially obnoxious vocals/lyrics
Sample Track: “Girl Touch” is a swirling dance tune about the magic of… bumping a girl’s hand.

2018:

A Bnny Nghtmr II by Bnny Rbbt (Horror Pop)

  • For Fans Of: Lemon Demon, Halloween (as in, the holiday), eccentric high concept artists
Description: This album is a haunted house: “spooky” and grimy, but in such a plastic, campy way that’s kind of charming. It’s pop music viewed through the filter of funhouse mirrors, with genres being warped and twisted into unnatural forms. There’s a steadfast commitment to a horror movie aesthetic with broken down sounding instruments and dark themes, but the songs beneath the style are always listenable and memorable. The Bnny Rbbt character has a distinct voice characterized by inhuman growls and angelic (autotuned) falsetto, which is in some ways grating but in a lot of ways mesmerizing. It’s an “ugly-pretty” album of contradictions but the end result is a very unique project, and a possible Halloween classic. (Side note: It’s also a visual album, with an elaborate alternate reality game attached, if that’s your thing.)
Positives: An interesting aesthetic, spooky, songs can be addictive
Potential Barriers: The weirdness can be off-putting, polarizing vocals, might take a few listens to appreciate
Sample Track: “Guillotine” is subtly catchy and showcases many of the album's "gimmicks"

Coloured by Priscilla Renea (Country + R&B)

  • For Fans Of: Kacey Musgraves, Lil Nas X, modern historical dramas about black women
Description: You’ve definitely heard Priscilla Renea’s work before because she’s a prolific songwriter who’s worked with just about everybody, but she’s an amazing singer in her own right who’s dropped some far too underrated solo music. She’s spent years writing hits for pop/r&b artists, but unexpectedly it’s her country roots that most inform this album. She captures the storytelling spirit of country music on many of the songs with talk of boots, denim, and broken families abound. A rootsy country twang blends with modern sounding trap and 808s, and she brings further influences into the mix depending on the track. It’s a boldly genre blending album that preaches messages of acceptance, at times romantic and at times political.
Positives: Very fresh, good for country fans and pop fans, great vocals
Potential Barriers: Slower songs might drag
Sample Track: “Jonjo” is a funny little song that shows off her country/trap sound.

The Much Much How How And I by Cosmo Sheldrake (Folktronica + Indie-Folk)

  • For Fans Of: Surfjan Stevens, Hozier, Disney’s Fantasia movies
Description: Remember that one episode of SpongeBob where SpongeBob had to lure the jellyfish out of his house and back into the fields by playing a tune with just Gary’s eyeballs, and then the sounds of nature combined to make a song? That’s the best way I can describe what’s happening here on this album. The production on this album seems to have a life of its own, it bubbles up naturally as the songs wear on almost like it’s playing with us. There’s a quirky sound palate that sounds carnivalesque, but also medieval, but also somewhat electronic? It’s always boldly cinematic though, constantly evoking something even if you aren’t sure what it is. With his earthy voice he sings us folksy tales as if we’re kids around his campfire, giving the songs a solid indie-pop backbone underneath all of the pizazz. This is a wholly unique album that doesn’t quite sound like anyone else on the scene.
Positives: It’s different, colorful, songs are surprisingly catchy
Potential Barriers: It’s weird, might be too far from pop music
Sample Track: “Wriggle” shows off quirky sound of the album.

Seen It All by Shea Diamond (Soul + Blues)

  • For Fans Of: Alabama Shakes, Tina Turner, strutting down hallways
Description: With her unique voice and powerful songwriting Shea Diamond feels like a breath of fresh air. This EP is a scant five tracks but each one of them sounds like a hit! Offering up blues tinged songs about her experiences as a black trans woman in America, she brings a sound and perspective that’s sorely lacking in the mainstream pop scene. Her music is unapologetically sexual and political, but still bright and upbeat, which makes for a very interesting combination. There’s a foot stomping energy to her music that makes the songs feel anthemic, fully living up to the straightforward strength of her lyrics. Her voice is rich and gritty but has a warm tone, and her somewhat unpolished vocals are really fun to listen to over wailing guitars and slamming percussion. Her music brings light out in dark times, and it’s catchy to boot.
Positives: Strong vocals and songwriting
Potential Barriers: Political themes
Sample Track: She was signed after Justin Tranter heard her sing “I Am Her” at a rally.
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2017.12.25 06:30 SirBuckeye SBS 가요대전 Gayo Daejun 2017 Live Thread

2017 SBS Gayo Daejun / 2017 SBS 가요대전
Date: Monday, December 25, 2017 5:50pm KST
Local Time: [5.50pm KST/ 12.50am PST/ 8.50am GMT]
*Main Show Stream Link: KGP SKPB AQ Stream *
*Twitter: KGP SKPB *
MC: Yoo Hee Yeol and IU
Artists: EXO, BTS, Wanna One, Heize, BLACKPINK, BTOB, GFRIEND, Sunmi, WINNER, Bolbbalgan4, TWICE, IU, Uhm Jung Hwa, GOT7, NCT 127
Website: SBS Gayo
Please add performances to the wiki page when they are uploaded.
Thanks to chatterboxkpop for the above info.
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2017.12.23 08:46 chatterboxkpop [Live] KBS + SBS + MBC Gayo 2017

2017 KBS Gayo Daechukje / 2017 KBS 가요대축제
Date: Friday, December 29, 2017 8:30pm KST
Local Time: [8:30pm KST/ 3.30am PST/ 11.30am GMT]
Main Show Stream Link: KGP SKPB AQ Stream KBS World Youtube
Twitter: KGP SKPB
MC: 1st part: Irene, Jin, ChanYeol & Sana; 2nd part: Kang Daniel, YeRin, Solar & MinGyu
Artists: BTS, EXO, Wanna One, Red Velvet, MAMAMOO, Seventeen, G-Friend, TWICE, HyunA, Hwang Chi Yeol, The Unit
Website: KBS Gayo
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2017 MBC Gayo Daejaejun / 2017 MBC 가요대제전
Date: Sunday, December 31, 2017 8:35pm KST
Local Time: [8.35pm KST/ 3.35am PST/ 11.35am GMT]
Main Show Stream Link: KGP SKPB AQ Stream
Twitter: KGP SKPB
MC: SNSD YoonA, EXO Suho, ASTRO Cha Eun Woo
Artists: BTS, EXO, Wanna One, B.A.P, BTOB, GOT7, NCT 127, Teen Top, VIXX, WINNER, MONSTA X, SEVENTEEN, ASTRO, SECHSKIES, Apink, EXID, PRISTIN, TWICE, Lovelyz, Red Velvet, MAMAMOO, GFRIEND, Cosmic Girls, Zion.T, Sunmi, HyunA, Hwang Chi Yeol, No Brain, Bolbbalgan4, Shin Hyun Hee, Kim Root, Urban Zakapa
Website: MBC Gayo
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2017 SBS Gayo Daejun / 2017 SBS 가요대전
Date: Monday, December 25, 2017 5:50pm KST
Local Time: [5.50pm KST/ 12.50am PST/ 8.50am GMT]
*Main Show Stream Link: KGP SKPB AQ Stream *
Twitter: KGP SKPB
MC: Yoo Hee Yeol and IU
Artists: EXO, BTS, Wanna One, Heize, BLACKPINK, BTOB, GFRIEND, Sunmi, WINNER, Bolbbalgan4, TWICE, IU, Uhm Jung Hwa, GOT7, NCT 127
Website: SBS Gayo
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2017.10.09 10:44 Yonneveneration Hyena On Top of the Keyboard E01 + E02 171007 + 171008 Chuseok Special

KBS2 Hyena On Top of the Keyboard (건반위의 하이에나)

A reality show that will showcase the music production process and everyday life of music producers.

Cast:

Guests:

 
RAW + Softsubs
Episode Date Stream Subs Torrent
E01 171007 Kocowa Yes 720p-NEXT / 1080p HDTV
E02 171008 Kocowa Yes 720p-NEXT / 1080p HDTV
Kocowa: [US Only] A licensed pay-to-stream website, which leaves some of its content free-to-stream.
 
Music Videos:
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2016.12.24 09:48 chatterboxkpop [Live] KBS + SBS + MBC Gayo 2016

2016 MBC Gayo Daejaejun / 2016 MBC 가요대제전
Date: Saturday, December 31, 2016 8:55pm KST
Local Time: [8.55pm KST/ 3.55am PST/ 11.55am GMT]
Setlist Link
Stream Link: KGP 1 KGP 2 KGP 3 Youtube SKPB Ustream Kpop Stream AQ Stream
Twitter: Follow for stream updates
MC: SNSD YoonA, Kim Sung Joo
Artists: Taeyeon, SHINee, INFINITE, BTS, SISTAR, A Pink, B1A4, AOA, B.A.P, EXID, BTOB, VIXX, GOT7, CNBLUE, EXO, Red Velvet, MAMAMOO, Seventeen, G-Friend, TWICE, MONSTA X, UP10TION, Han Dong Geun, Tae jin ah, Hong Jin Yong, Turbo, Shinhwa, S.E.S.
Website: MBC Gayo ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
2016 SBS Gayo Daejun / 2016 SBS 가요대전
Full Show: Watch here)
Date: Monday, December 26, 2016 8:55pm KST
Local Time: [8.55pm KST/ 3.55am PST/ 11.55am GMT]
Red Carpet at 6.30p KST/ 1.30am PST/ 9.30am GMT: VLive Stream
Main Show Stream Link: KGP 1 KGP 2 KGP 3 V Live Kpop Stream AQ Stream SKPB Ustream
Twitter: Follow for stream updates
MC: SNSD Yuri, EXO's Baekhyun, and Yoo Hee-yeol
Artists: BIGBANG, Sechs Kies, Black Pink, EXO, BTS, SHINee, GOT7, SNSD Taeyeon, Lovelyz, Red Velvet, MAMAMOO, BTOB, VIXX, SEVENTEEN, CNBLUE, SISTAR, G-FRIEND, HyunA, AOA, Apink, Ailee, NCT, EXID, INFINITE, Uhm Jung-hwa, TWICE, 10CM
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2016 KBS Gayo Daechukje / 2016 KBS 가요대축제
Full Show: Watch here
Date: Thursday, December 29, 2016 8:30pm KST
Local Time: [8:30pm KST/ 3.30am PST/ 11.30am GMT]
Stream Link: KGP 1 KGP 2 KGP 3 KGP 4 KGP 5 Facebook Live Kpop Stream AQ Stream
Twitter: Follow for stream updates
MC: Park Bogum and AOA's Seolhyun
Artists: B.A.P, EXID, I.O.I, Davichi, Uhm Jumg Hwa, Laboum, ASTRO, UP10TION, Oh My Girl, NCT Dream, Red Velvet, MAMAMOO, MONSTA X, VIXX, SHINee, SEVENTEEN, CNBLUE, EXO, G-Friend, INFINITE, Jung Eunji, Taeyeon, TWICE, Han Dong Geun, AOA, SHINHWA, Jeon In Gwon, Hwang Chi Yeul, WJSN, GOT7, BTS, BTOB
Special Stages:
Website: KBS Gayo
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Identify The Partners of Fate Opening _ Running Man Episode 183 _ English Subtitle _ HD Quality [#XKisses] (ENG/SPA/IND) Uhm Jung Hwa♥Park Seo Jun Beer ... A Witch's LoveEp5 :mysterious atmosphere between Jiyeon(Uhm Junghwa) and Dongha(Park Seojun) You are too much  official trailer  Uhm Jung Hwa  Koo Hye Sun RM 183 #7 [You Are Too Much] 당신은 너무합니다 12회 - Uhm Jung-hwa' What kind of girl is your girlfriend? '20170409 [You Are Too Much] 당신은 너무합니다 8회 - Uhm Jung-hwa, 'I was not tempted first.' 20170326 Uhm Jung Hwa - Come 2 Me Live TVN Mad.com Oct 26 2006

Who is Uhm Jung-Hwa? Husband, Net Worth, Family – Wiki

  1. Identify The Partners of Fate Opening _ Running Man Episode 183 _ English Subtitle _ HD Quality
  2. [#XKisses] (ENG/SPA/IND) Uhm Jung Hwa♥Park Seo Jun Beer ...
  3. A Witch's LoveEp5 :mysterious atmosphere between Jiyeon(Uhm Junghwa) and Dongha(Park Seojun)
  4. You are too much official trailer Uhm Jung Hwa Koo Hye Sun
  5. RM 183 #7
  6. [You Are Too Much] 당신은 너무합니다 12회 - Uhm Jung-hwa' What kind of girl is your girlfriend? '20170409
  7. [You Are Too Much] 당신은 너무합니다 8회 - Uhm Jung-hwa, 'I was not tempted first.' 20170326
  8. Uhm Jung Hwa - Come 2 Me Live TVN Mad.com Oct 26 2006

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