Tanu I. Raj

Yukika on the revival of city pop: “People that are into that niche genre will follow”

The Japanese K-pop star talks about how growing up with city pop shaped her artistry and how she continues to adapt the genre for the modern age

Kai: “To me what’s important is my feelings, my emotions”

The EXO member also opens up to NME about how he gets to know himself a little bit better and expanding his artistry on ‘Peaches’

ONF – ‘Goosebumps’ review: saying goodbye (for now) with a bang

On ‘Goosebumps’, ONF serve up a deliciously dark extravaganza, but not without showing us their soft sides

EVERGLOW – ‘Return Of The Girl’ review: K-pop’s femme-fatales return to their strengths

The six-member group set sail for richer pastures on their new mini-album, and we can’t help but watch in awe

Kai – ‘Peaches’ review: desire comes alive on the singer’s sophomore release

On his second solo mini-album, the EXO member positions himself as a master of desire, seduction and vulnerability

TWICE – ‘Formula Of Love: O+T=˂3’ review: a masterful win befitting their global expansion

The group’s third Korean studio album is unapologetic, free and confident – they give us “the feels” and we’re along for the ride

Every TWICE song ranked in order of greatness

Ahead of the group’s third full-length album ‘Formula of Love: O+T=<3’, we went and overdosed on TWICE’s Korean releases

IU’s ‘Strawberry Moon’ is a sublime offering by one of K-pop’s reigning queens

On her first release after ‘LILAC’, IU proves yet again that she is one of the most cohesive and expressive songwriters of her generation

ENHYPEN – ‘Dimension : Dilemma’ review: K-pop’s powerhouse rookies continue their upward climb

On their first full album, ENHYPEN tackle the complexity of choice with nuance and aplomb, proving themselves an act far beyond their years

ITZY – ‘Crazy In Love’ review: K-pop’s most exciting act falters on their full-length debut

Despite a strong start, the K-pop quintet’s first full-length album leaves an underwhelming impression