It released at the end of January this year, "Inside Llewyn Davis" directed by the Coen brothers take the largest share in the country's diversity film part, and it is causing a wave. This film got both commercial and critic success in Korea.
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Photos by Beck.com Since Beck’s last glorious LP, Modern Guilt, so much has occurred in the 43 year olds life. Incurring a back injury that made simple pleasures like strumming on his guitar a painful process, the American musician set about launching various projects. One of these ventures included the opening of a rather impressive art gallery. 2008′s Modern Guilt was […]
William Fitzsimmons is an unorthodox singer-songwriter, a non-conforming, 21st century poet. Lions, his fifth LP, is an undeviating example of this heretical nature that underlines the creative prowess in his possession.
Korean rock band, ‘3rd Line Butterfly’ and Belgier modern rock singer, ‘Sioen’ presents ‘Collabo concert’ as a new performance in 22th February 2014 at Lottecard Art Hall, Seoul.
A Japanese jazz singer, Morikawa Natsuki is back with the fourth regular album, ‘4EVER’. In this album, Morikawa Natsuki sings a songs with deep and blue feeling with a real jazz soul.
Quite simply, “Her” works on every level, Phoenix is as dazzling visually as Johansson is audibly. A truly exceptional movie, this is Jonze’s finest moment, his ultramodern magnum opus.
Bombay Bicycle Club aspire to deliver a more pulsating sound than any other UK band around, the four piece seem to approach every new album with the idea of reinvention very much at the fore.
Hanbok art, ‘Yeobaek’ claims to Hanbok art performance and presents the stage for only Korea traditional costume ‘Hanbok’ for the first time in Korea.
The Pompidou Center in Paris recognized as the one of modern art Mecca is the ambitious cultural space project planned by French President Georges Pompidou time in 1977.
Text by John Glynn This is a last article about the best 20 rappers and hiphop songs in 2013 by contributor John Glynn. 14. J. Cole Feat Nas: Let Nas Down (Remix) As hip-hop edges closer to middle age (let’s not forget that rap is well into its mid 30s), the metaphorical lyrical torch is passed from a true great to […]