On Windy City frontman Kim Ban Jang's new single "No More Sad-Mistake," released on Friday, the best minimalist production of the 1990s is sprinkled with distinctly Korean styles and sounds.
On their latest single "Tiramisu Cake," released on April 29, the reformed rockers of We Are The Night capture the bright sound of the future.
DAB19's "The Dream Is Not Different," would surely sound best with a burger in one hand and the cold beverage of your choice in the other.
The spirit of early electronic innovation is embodied in South Korean solo artist BoA's new single "Kiss My Lips," released on Tuesday.
"Just Do It," released on April 7 by the rapper-vocalist Gray and featuring rapper Loco is a hip hop soul hybrid that is at once melodic and banging, with something to offer for fans of several genres.
Jay Park threw the world a curveball on Thursday, with the release of his day dreamy new R&B ballad "Sex Trip."
On the raging 2004 musical missive "Forest Of Black Shadows" Korean one-man black metal band Infinite Hatred seek to destroy all good will, but create some compelling music in the process.
"I Want To Be Me," released on April 25 by Jessi of the hip-hop trio Lucky, has an emotional effect that is so powerful it seems to almost be beyond the listener's power to resist.
There is a fresh and arresting quality to 4Minute's 2014 track "I'll Teach You" from the album "4Minute World" that makes it a must to revisit even though it's been over a year since its release.
"The Color" featuring Beenzino, Yoon Jong Shin's latest installment of his "Monthly Project" of single releases, is a cauldron of disparate, yet complimentary flavors.
On their 2011 anthem "Radio Action," South Korean skate punk band The Strikers defy arbitrary categorization.
The production of Lim Kim's single "Awoo" shows how an entire pop song can be crafted around one simple idea.
What makes "WASSUP," released on Tuesday, is the fire that rappers C Jamm and Doplamingo bring on the mic. Their performances are coming straight from the heart and they hit you right in the gut.
Matching each other's intensity in equal measure, but with each MC adding their own unique style to the mix, on "Feedback" Bora, Jace, Kisum, Lil Cham prove themselves to be a hip-hop unit that can deliver.
On "Wait 4U," released on Wednesday, KOHO and frequent collaborator Lee Daheen channel the blockbuster 1990s collaboration between vocalist Aaliyah and producer-rapper Timbaland to great effect.
With its feet firmly planted in the lonesome twilight hours, the song "Tomorrow Is Every Day" from the "24Town" EP, released Tuesday by Korean electronic artist Xin Seha, evokes blissful inner visions.
Although it may have been recorded by a comedian, the groove on Yoo See Yoon's "Middle School Sick" featuring Jay Park And Niihwa, released on April 14, is no joke.
Swinging wildly for the fences, with a beat that defies categorization, "Cupid," released on Monday by Oh My Girl is a daring debut single.
With their feet firmly planted in early 1980s electro pop, Moonshine and Giriboy create a highly evocative and rejuvenating mood on the new single "Cliché," released on Wednesday.