Album Review: TXT – minisode 2: Thursday’s Child

Although I’ll primarily be reviewing singles, there are some albums that are too influential, notable or strong to not cover. In this segment, I will be spotlighting those albums and giving my thoughts on each and every track. As my current favourite boy group, I approach every TXT release with a sense of optimism and curiosity. … Continue reading Album Review: TXT – minisode 2: Thursday’s Child

RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW: TXT – minisode1: Blue Hour

I've written many reviews since the conception of this blog and sometimes my thoughts on certain tracks or albums change drastically. Other times, I want to revisit some albums or tracks that I missed reviewing upon their release. Looking back can really change your perspective on projects and with this segment, i will be highlighting … Continue reading RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW: TXT – minisode1: Blue Hour

ALBUM REVIEW: GFRIEND – 回:Song Of The Sirens

Although I’ll primarily be reviewing singles, there are some albums that are too influential or strong to not cover. In this segment, I will be spotlighting those standout albums and giving my thoughts on each and every track After being acquired by Bighit Entertainment, Gfriend have embarked on a new album series that can only be … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: GFRIEND – 回:Song Of The Sirens

ALBUM REVIEW: Dreamcatcher – Dystopia: The Tree Of Language

Although I’ll primarily be reviewing singles, there are some albums that are too influential or strong to not cover. In this segment, I will be spotlighting those standout albums and giving my thoughts on each and every track Probably my favourite album of the year so far, Dreamcatcher's first full length album is an absolute triumph. … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Dreamcatcher – Dystopia: The Tree Of Language

Genre Classics: KARD – 1st Mini Album ‘Hola Hola’

Though the Korean music industry is one of the most fruitful, I've always found myself in constant search and admiration for albums that adhere strongly to a single genre or concept. Though K-pop is big on concept, very rarely does it manage to carry over from the teaser pictures or mv into the actual album. … Continue reading Genre Classics: KARD – 1st Mini Album ‘Hola Hola’