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OnlyOneOf ‘Dot Point Jump’ Album Review

Reading Time: 5 minutes A dark horse remains in the shadows until they find the perfect moment to burst onto the scene and showcase what they have — and OnlyOneOf seems to be the dark horse of the new generation’s rookies. They have proven to be quite a capable group, as well as distinct from the rest of their…

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SuperM “Jopping” Single Review

Reading Time: 3 minutes SuperM is a consolidation, a diverse and strong one, spanning members across several SM Entertainment boy groups, from the veteran SHINee to the relatively new WayV. It consists of SHINee’s Taemin, the resident dance god of K-Pop; EXO’s Baekhyun, famed for his vocal belting; EXO’s Kai, known for his sharp moves; NCT127’s Mark and Taeyong,…

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ONEUS ‘Fly with Us’ Album Review

Reading Time: 5 minutes The 6-member boy group ONEUS has gained quite a bit of attention since their debut, surprising more people with each comeback. With neither a cute concept nor a bad boy concept, ONEUS thus far have filled a niche that seemed to be missing for many. After “Valkyrie,” an EDM-heavy dance track, and “Twilight,” with an…

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Leellamarz X GroovyRoom ‘Room Service’ Album Review

Reading Time: 7 minutes One of the most recognized producer duos in Korea and a talented rapper doing an entire collaboration album? Sign me up! Leellamarz’s previous album Marz 2 Ambition was one of the best K-Hip Hop albums of the year, released only four months ago. It really shows how hard he works on his albums; he rarely…

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Dreamcatcher ‘Raid of Dream’ Album Review

Reading Time: 4 minutes Dreamcatchers catch and conceal nightmares, protecting us from all the horror, but the girls of Dreamcatcher don’t do the same—they are the nightmares themselves. With the concept of escaping nightmares being the sole Sol around which everything revolves, Dreamcatcher have always presented us with their signature horror concept—Gothic and Victorian, fierce martial art-flavoured choreographies, and…

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Twice ‘Feel Special’ Album Review

Reading Time: 5 minutes Did someone say Twice? After waiting for 5 months for a Korean release, Twice are finally back with a long-anticipated comeback. Teasing Onces with individual teasers, they showcased different parts of the song and many fans jumped to discover the song before it was even released! This was a comeback everyone, even non-Onces, were looking…

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Kim Dong Han’s ‘D-Hours AM 7:03’ Album Review

Reading Time: 4 minutes The ex-member of JBJ has grown out of his group days and shown through his past few comeback a completely new side—a sexier side is the best way to describe it. With D-Hours AM 7:03, Kim Donghan once again impresses with his dancing and singing abilities. 01. “Bebe” Unlike most albums, “Bebe” is not necessarily…

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GWSN’s ‘The Park in the Night, Part Two’ Album Review

Reading Time: 4 minutes GWSN, or Gongwon Sonyeo, have already adopted a certain sound in the two albums they have dropped. Their music is especially magical and fantasy-like with enough eclecticism, drawing influences from genres like Deep House, R&B, Dance, and Electronic. Conceptual consistency is very visible in GWSN’s music, as their concept plays an important role, and they…

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A.C.E’s ‘Under Cover’ Album Review

Reading Time: 6 minutes Even as a boy group that doesn’t have a big discography yet A.C.E has always impressed their fans and newcomers with their different music styles and variety of genres. With this newest album “Under Cover” they are continuing to go out of their way and create something new for fans to listen to. They aren’t…

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ATEEZ’s ‘Treasure EP.2: Zero to One’ Album Review

Reading Time: 6 minutes This album was their second outing after coming out with their stellar debut album that shocked many and brought them a lot of fans, after this second album, they got so popular they even had a world tour, this in itself shocked them as well as they weren’t expecting such a thing anytime soon. I…

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Oh My Girl’s ‘The Fifth Season’ Album Review

Reading Time: 6 minutes Oh My Girl are famed for their signature fairytale sound and aesthetic, which is supported by their extravagant shimmering instrumentals and saccharine, airy, lucid vocals which almost seems as if a real group of fairies descended upon this planet. In this age of EPs and singles, coming back with a full album after only four…