Ed Sheeran: “Divide” Tour Experience

Gingers rejoice! Singer-songwriter and recent “Game of Thrones” guest star Ed Sheeran brought a taste of England to Tulsa, OK, in August 2017 and we loved it. During the last month of a blazing summer, the heavily tattooed 26-year-old Grammy winner performed at the Tulsa BOK Center on one of many stops for his “Divide” (also read “÷”) tour. The singer, who was recently forced to cancel … Continue reading Ed Sheeran: “Divide” Tour Experience

G.Soul ‘Circles’ Album Review

Two years after his debut — a time filled with infrequent singles and smaller EP releases, Insta-stories about his work in the studio, the passing of his father and moving from JYP’s neglected daughter label Studio J to friend Jay Park’s latest endeavor H1GHR MUSIC — G.Soul returns with his latest EP “Circles.” From the work on this album, it’s obvious this was a project … Continue reading G.Soul ‘Circles’ Album Review

Entertainment Weekly Reveals the First Look at Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury

On Tuesday, Sep. 5, Entertainment Weekly revealed the first image of actor Rami Malek in his portrayal of the enigmatic and deeply loved Queen frontman, the late Freddie Mercury. Malek’s turn as the singer, songwriter, composer, activist, and all-around tour de force has already sparked a great deal of conversation. Since it was first announced that director Bryan Singer was at the helm of the … Continue reading Entertainment Weekly Reveals the First Look at Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury

[Interview] Charli Taft: From Charlotte to Charli

Charli Taft is a name you’ll definitely want to remember if you are interested in K-pop. The singer/songwriter from Liverpool has written songs for some of your favorite idols like Red Velvet, LOONA and Taemin of SHINee. I had the chance to talk to Charli soon after she released her single “Love Like You“ for SM Station. Read on to find out how she got started writing … Continue reading [Interview] Charli Taft: From Charlotte to Charli

Drummer Darren King Leaves Mutemath [Announcement & Opinion]

On Aug. 8, 2017 Paul Meany of New Orleans alternative group Mutemath released a statement bearing sad news. Darren King, drummer and a founding group member, has parted ways with the band and will no longer participate in Mutemath performances for the time being. This news comes as a most unexpected shock. Mutemath is currently gearing up for their latest tour, “Play Dead Live,” which … Continue reading Drummer Darren King Leaves Mutemath [Announcement & Opinion]

Visual Kei Band SuG To Take Indefinite Hiatus

In July it was announced that Japanese visual kei rock group SuG will be going on an indefinite hiatus. The shocking announcement was posted on their official website and as a result caused high traffic and eventually led to the site crashing. It is unknown as to why the hiatus is happening, but the group posted their deepest apology through the website and Facebook. The group’s … Continue reading Visual Kei Band SuG To Take Indefinite Hiatus

It’s a Cole World After All

In the world of K-pop, there is a certain expectation that comes along with attending a concert. It’s an expectation to be “wowed,” to be dazzled, to be blown off your feet, to have an experience that could cause a fan to label it as the “best concert ever.” It is a mighty expectation to live up to. Sometimes fans forget that the same standard … Continue reading It’s a Cole World After All