Beat Culture – Tokyo Dreamer [Album]

It’s out! *exhale* I was fortunate enough to get a preview of this album a few days ago and I’ve had to hold back my excitement. Tokyo Dreamer is Beat Culture‘s second full-length album and it’s all sorts of awesome. It’s got your staggering synths and some fuckin’ percussion that gets the music running at 1.5 gazillion MPH. Though, the 10 track beat parade (40 mins … Continue reading Beat Culture – Tokyo Dreamer [Album]

Dose – Moments EP

I Double Dare you to listen to this EP. Step into “All The Beauty and Wonder” and enter a world of skewed ’90s radio hits. Moments EP is like the closet in Chronicles of Narnia. Except, instead of Turkish Delights and strange creatures it’s a hip-hop atmosphere that samples Sinaed O’Connor’s “Nothing Compares 2 U” and Color Me Badd’s “The Earth, The Sun, The Rain”. It’s chill, it … Continue reading Dose – Moments EP

Beat Culture – Goldenbacked Weaver

                       When I was 16 I got my driver’s license and became a threat to drivers everywhere. Sunik Kim, a.k.a. Beat Culture, at 16 has released Goldenbacked Weaver and become a threat to electronic/chillwave/experimental artists everywhere. Reinventing several Beyonce tracks from “Halo” on “Westminster” to “Naughty Girl” on “Hesitate” they’re no longer pop, smooth radio hits, … Continue reading Beat Culture – Goldenbacked Weaver