Seven months since their debut and five months after their last single, Red Velvet are back with a new sound on "Ice Cream Cake" that might stop your heart, but not because of the sugar content.
Zion. T and Crush focus on musicianship over digital production techniques on "Just," the first single off their new collaborative album "Young," released last month.
On this obscure punk track, all-female band Rule Destroyer brought enough energy to power a small nation.
After a year hiatus the anticipation is finally over as solo artist and Brown Eyed Girl's member Ga In released her newest mini album "Hawwah" and comes back with an even more tasty image to stimulate everyone's imagination.
With the gothic sound of a pipe organ driving "Paradise Lost" and Gain alternating between slinky crooning and a confident delivery on the hook, the single, released Thursday, has a power that is impossible to ignore.
Listening to "Drive," released on Tuesday by Seoul-based band Virgo, is like stepping onto the silver screen.
With a stabbing horn riff reminiscent of classic '90s hip-hop melting into a somber keyboard figure recalling '80s electro acts like Pet Shop Boys or Tears For Fears, Boyfriend's single "Bounce," released on Monday, packs a punch.
When the three-member K-pop girl group Purfles debuted back in October with their first single "1,2,3" they had so confidence right out of the gate, you'd think they'd been making hits for years.
MC Mong's tongue-in-cheek lyrics and style are similar to those of Psy but thanks to the crushworthy vocals of Mikey of Chancellor Of The Channels, "Love Mash" sounds just like an American top 40 hit.
On their crushing 2013 single "Horongbul," power trio Galaxy Express prove that you don't need any fancy electronic gadgetry to get the job done.
On "You're Pitiful," the new single from the group's first album "Black Label," released on Tuesday, Fiestar prove that a song doesn't need to be all sunshine and rainbows to propel you to the dance floor.
Like a master chef, on "Hold Me," G-Flow combines seemingly random ingredients, a mellow Fender Rhodes chord progression, a gritty synth bass, a Dirty South drum loop, and turns them into something daringly divine.
On "Mastering," released on Thursday, the singer has once again done a full 180, Andamiro has returned with a new name (Anda) and a new sound, a sultry Wurlitzer-driven R&B that is nothing short of intoxicating.
"Sniper" could be Shinhwa's most sonically daring offering to date.
On Tuesday, the South Korean girl group GI (an acronym for "Global Icon"), seemed poised for a major comeback in the world of K-pop, with their third single "Echo" scheduled for release the following day.
Though "Crazy" may be a more well polished pop song, the nasty synthesizer sounds and unrelenting drum groove of 4Minute's "Tickle Tickle Tickle" push the song to even greater heights.
On the 2012 Girls' Generation-TTS track "Checkmate," songwriter and producer Hitchhiker jumps through musical idioms with ease.
On the Billy Carter song "Love and Hatred" the band members show their reluctance to take themselves too seriously, except where the music is concerned.
Recorded live in one take and filmed with a single unedited camera shot, Daeho and Banseok perform an a capella cover of JYP's "You're The One" that far surpasses the original in vocal greatness.