A musician ahead of his times: Sin Hae-cheol passes away 2014/11/02, Source,
A singer- and song-writer and an album producer, Sin Hae-cheol is one of the most influential figures in the field of modern Korean pop and rock music. Passing away at the age of 46, Sin was loved by youth in the 1990s with his string of hit songs. He wrote a new chapter in the history of Korean pop, stretching his musical world from rock N roll through to love songs, rap, dance and techno music, and even to a cappella.
Singer and song writer Sin Hae-cheol passed away on October 27 at the age of 46. Sin was planning to launch a new album and hold a series of concerts this December,...More
Juniel launches latest album 2014/10/01, Source,
Female singer-songwriter Juniel, 21, released a new album Monday, after showcasing the title track "I Think I'm in Love" earlier Sunday on a stage that was set up along Cheonggye Stream in central Seoul. The newest album, with the same name as the title track, is composed of three songs, including "Bug Off!" and "Please",...More
Seo Taiji announces release of record 2014/09/30, Source,
K-pop music icon Seo Taiji, 42, whose heyday was in the early 1990s, confirmed yesterday that he will release his next album on Oct. 20, according to local media. The precise date was revealed yesterday morning through a press statement released by Seo's agency, Seo Taiji Company,...More
Great expectations for High4's debut 2014/08/22, Source,
Boy group High4 will release its first mini-album on Wednesday. The new work, "Hi-High", includes the title song "Bang Bang Bang", which is inspired by urban, retro and funk music genres. Although the group has never released a song, local music listeners are already familiar with it because the members have worked with popular singers such as IU and Kim Ye-rim, also known as Lim Kim,...More
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