Korean Music Interview: Common Ground

It is a well-known fact that a lot of groups outside of the idol market are more often than not bypassed by fans, not because they are talented but simply because they did not fit into the mainstream market. One such group is Common Ground. Mention their name to…

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BH Playlist: Best New Releases 10/03/2014

Starting this week we will be bringing you regular playlists with our pick of what we think are some of the best newly released songs of the past month. Regardless of the genre, artist or length of the song, if we like a song you may well see it right…

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Korean Indie Interview: Peterpan Complex

With their first UK performances coming up in less than a fortnight we felt it only right that we find out a little about about the group that all Korean indie fans are currently talking about, Peterpan Complex. Debuting in 2002 as a indie rock band the group you hear…

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BH Playlist - Growing Pains

The Coming-of-Age film is a great staple of the Hollywood film canon with films that explore, investigate and celebrate the experience of growing up becoming some of the most respected and loved movies of all time. While it is not nearly as established as a film genre within…

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Chilled Out K-Music New Year's Eve

It’s chilly in London and I’m awaiting the turning of a New Year whilst looking back over the one we are about to leave behind – all the comebacks, the concepts, the departures for military services, the failed hairstyles (seriously Taeyang you got asked to change it up a…

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The 8 Best K-pop Music Videos of 2013

Last week we looked at some of the most disappointing K-pop music videos of 2013. However this week we’re going to be focussing more on the positive side and exploring the some of the best video releases of the year. So without futher ado let’s have a…

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Korean Indie Interview: Tripper Sound’s Javo Island

So far Beyond Hallyu has brought you 3 interviews from the amazing line up that alternative label Tripper Sound have to offer. Firstly it was Coreyah, the talented folk group mixing lesser known international sounds and blending it together with the traditional tones of pansori. Then it was Phonebooth, the…

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