This documentary follows the adventures of popular indie rocker Lee Gyu-young. When he gets his girlfriend pregnant and moves to Incheon, where he establishes a live club called Ruby Salon. Meanwhile,... More
Korean indie bands head to North America 2012/02/28, Source,
Above picture: Galaxy Express in Jeonja Salon, February 25, 2012
March is a big month for four of Korea's top indie bands, who will be touring North America on two separate, overlapping tours. Galaxy Express is playing several shows mainly in Texas, and three more bands are visiting the U.S. and Canada as part of the Seoulsonic tour.
Galaxy Express, known for their blend of punk, psychedelic, and garage rock, will be performing at the SXSW Music Festival, one of the largest music festivals in the U.S,...More
Korean Music - Reporting From Abroad 2011/04/01, Source, By: Mark Russell
Apollo 18 being interviewed during SXSW
As I mentioned a few months ago, 2011 is shaping up to be a pretty good year for Korean indie music. Although not as famous as K-pop, and not receiving the institutional support that traditional music does, Korean rock music is one of the most dynamic and interesting parts of Korean culture (in my humble opinion). And at last, some of the best bands from Korea are getting recognition from abroad,...More
This documentary follows the adventures of popular indie rocker Lee Gyu-young. When he gets his girlfriend pregnant and moves to Incheon, where he establishes a live club called Ruby Salon. Meanwhile, other rock bands, Tobacco Juice and Galaxy Express, join him.
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