Tanu I. Raj

‘Our Blues’ review: people can be unhappy in the happiest of places

With a star-studded cast and evocative stories, ‘Our Blues’ is poised to be an understated winner

Dreamcatcher – ‘Apocalypse: Save Us’ review: a refreshing, albeit naive take on the world

While Dreamcatcher tackle climate change on their second studio offering, the effort does seem a tad misplaced in the face of the album’s youthful optimism

Every EXO song ranked in order of greatness

As EXO celebrate their 10th anniversary, we take a look back on one of K-pop’s greatest runs

Red Velvet – ‘The ReVe Festival 2022 – Feel My Rhythm’ review: this is a festival you’ve been to one too many times

Despite being one of K-pop’s most imaginative groups, their latest offering falls short on allure and excitement

(G)I-DLE – ‘I Never Die’ review: these are not wide-eyed girls anymore

On their first full-length album, (G)I-DLE celebrate their growth and delight in their rebellious phase

NMIXX try to transcend genres on their debut single ‘O.O’, but the effort doesn’t quite land

A surprisingly inconsistent, choppy debut offering from JYP Entertainment’s new girl group

Taeyeon – ‘INVU’ review: one of K-pop’s brightest stars delivers a poignant, revelatory experience

On her third studio album, Taeyeon dives deep into love and cements her legacy as one of K-pop’s most profound artists

‘Forecasting Love And Weather’ review: a heartwarmingly poetic romance in the making

Park Min-young and Song Kang usher in the changing seasons with a refreshing office romance of their own

Epik High’s Tablo talks ‘Epik High Is Here 下, Part 2’: “I’m still exactly where I started”

The Korean-Canadian musician also talks to NME about the group’s illustrious career and why the new album is their most personal work yet

‘Snowdrop’ review: a bastardisation of the struggle of a nation

A forgettable K-drama that falls prey to inconsistent writing, needless sub-plots and drawn-out melodrama
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