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post #751 of 1564

Kiss - Because I Am A Girl - one of those songs that spread like virus through the internet that came so popular! the mv pretty sad. I really like this song.

post #752 of 1564
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Originally Posted by KyungMin View Post


Yes I'd have to agree with him.. not because I'm Korean but because it is in fact the best music video of the year...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bZkp7q19f0

Haha, yes! Btw, take a look on for an article on web, this song may look plain silly, but it has a lot of social commentary embedded in it by Psy. Though the Hyuna version is just silly :P
post #753 of 1564

Ali Okapov ( Kazakhstan)

 

 

Orda ( Kazakhstan)

 

post #754 of 1564

Speaking of Korean, the 3rd Line Butterfly are very good.

post #755 of 1564
This song makes me want to gag, ugh....it's almost as infectious as "fus ro dah", "arrow to the knee", or "brony" jokes around the internet. Seriously, I hear it way too often. frown.gif

post #756 of 1564

Shame this thread died, a lot of solid recommendations here.

 

Here's what I've been listening to these days:

 

 

 

 

post #757 of 1564

yoshino kishino

post #758 of 1564
Yosi Horikawa's first Bandcamp album is really good in my opinion. Very ambient-like and peaceful. smily_headphones1.gif

Bubbles


Wandering (dat bass)


Letter (makes me curious if she used a binaural recording technique)



And I did not know of this before I bought her album on Bandcamp.

Edited by miceblue - 10/5/12 at 12:00pm
post #759 of 1564

Japanese hardcore. Pretty powerful stuff IMO.

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Yosi Horikawa's first Bandcamp album is really good in my opinion. Very ambient-like and peaceful. smily_headphones1.gif

Letter (makes me curious if she used a binaural recording technique)
And I did not know of this before I bought her album on Bandcamp.

 

Thank for adding Horikawa Yoshi to this thread. Very nice. Yoshi is a guy's name, BTW, so it's "he," not "she." :) (Those photos of the bearded guy didn't tip you off? The only time an average-looking bearded man is used to promote a producer/composer's music is if he's actually the composer. If it's a hot chick, then there's at least a 50% possibility she just a model they used for the album cover. :D )

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Thank for adding Horikawa Yoshi to this thread. Very nice. Yoshi is a guy's name, BTW, so it's "he," not "she." smily_headphones1.gif (Those photos of the bearded guy didn't tip you off? The only time an average-looking bearded man is used to promote a producer/composer's music is if he's actually the composer. If it's a hot chick, then there's at least a 50% possibility she just a model they used for the album cover. biggrin.gif )

Oh my bad. I thought Yosi was a woman's name, according to my brother. >.>
post #762 of 1564

Have no idea why so many people love Kangnam style. confused.gif

post #763 of 1564
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Have no idea why so many people love Kangnam style. confused.gif

It annoys the heck out of me. YouTube, public radio, clubs at school, TV stations, and friends all talk about it. It kind of makes me sick...
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I keep a healthy(atleast imo) dose of kpop/jrock everyday. Mainly after listening to hard rock/metal, I tend to ease my ears with the soft sounds of kpop. Kpop is probably the only pop right now i can stand, no materialism/sexual inuendo, just plain dance soft songs that remind of the 90's.

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Originally Posted by KamijoIsMyHero View Post

I keep a healthy(atleast imo) dose of kpop/jrock everyday. Mainly after listening to hard rock/metal, I tend to ease my ears with the soft sounds of kpop. Kpop is probably the only pop right now i can stand, no materialism/sexual inuendo, just plain dance soft songs that remind of the 90's.

Ahh, the 90's...

 

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