Best of Weekly Tune Shows: 6/20 – 6/26

Best of Weekly Tune Shows: 6/20 – 6/26

20160626_seoulbeats_sistarHighest of Weekly Song Shows: 6/20 6/26Written through Lo On June 27, 2016Welcome back to the maximum productive of Weekly Music Shows! The relative slowness of remaining week persevered this week, with debuts from O21 and Lee Jin Ah, whilst Sistar made their necessary comeback. Exo once back swept the music display wins, yet thats rather less impressive this week, as The Show did no longer air, and Music Bank held their mid-year special. Those are some of my favourite stages of the week.

CLCs No Oh Oh, MBC Show Champion, June 22, 2016

No Oh Oh is a wonderful summer jam, the mix of jazzy soul at therefrain with 90s RB giving it a little bit more bite than the common seasonal bop. CLC nail eachside of this functionality the vocals are flawless, the start is fun, the choreography is quirky without being odd. Yet what won me over is simply how 90s this degree is. The styling, the dance, the song itself; No Oh Oh practically out-90s the 90s itself. This has surpassed homage and long pastimmediately to nostalgia bomb, in the most effective style possible.

U-KISS Stalker, Mnet M!Countdown, June 23, 2016

If I had to describe this stage of Stalker in one word, it can be clean. The vocals are perfectly clean, no stumbling, no warbling, just finely tuned harmonies killing each note. The choreography is similarly clean, every one step and circulate is exact and purposeful. The formation adjustments and moves in rounds are crisp and sharp, precisely on beat. Even the all black styling provides a blank look, marking U-KISS as cohesive while now not dressing them identically.

Soyou x Shownus My Ears Candy, KBS Music Bank Half-Year Special, June 24, 2016

This list can havewithout difficulty been constituted ofnot anything but the special stages from Music Banks mid-year special episode, and I dont think somebody would have blamed me. Still, this cap of Baek Ji-youngs My Ears Sweet is amazing. Soyou gets the risk to in reality utilize and flaunt her breathy, authentic vocals, with Shownu offering the contrasting male edge. Yet its the little touches that give this performance such power, equivalent to Soyou loaning Shownu her microphone 44 seconds in. Your complete phase has this natural, effortless charm that lesser performers would kill for.

Hani x Jihuns Hassle Maker, KBS Music Bank Half-Year Special, June 24, 2016

My other variety from Music Bank is EXIDs Hani and KNKs Jihuns quilt of Trouble Maker. Its not as excellent every bit Soyou and Shownu the camerawork is questionable, and Hanis more than a little stiff and stilted but its on here for one reason: Jihun. That kid is on hearth here. His incredibly flirtatious performance more than covers for Hanis stiffness as he charms the target audience with his suave, self-assured aura. Its as though Jihun is making an attempt to woo all the audience, and he succeeds.

Lunas Loose Somebody, SBS Inkigayo, June 26, 2016

Luna is an phenomenally talented performer, and this performance of Free Somebody perfectly captures why: nothing ever turns outdemanding for her. A dance regimen that puts emphasis on quick, actual movements appears as herbal to her as walking, the annoying vocals of Free Somebody as effortless as breathing. She is owning this stage, having the time of her life, blowing her festival out of the water, and Luna looks as calm and untroubled as if she was oncemendacity on a beach. Making appearingglancesimple is impressive, but what Lunas doing is making it appearance natural, which seems impossible. . . tillyou notice her sing.

Those are my favorite stages of the week! Think I ignored any? Link them in the comments!

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Best of Weekly Tune Shows: 2/22 – 2/28

Best of Weekly Tune Shows: 2/22 – 2/28

20160228_seoulbeats_bap_mnetAbsolute best of Weekly Tune Shows: 2/22 2/28Written by capability of Willis On February 29, 2016Welcome back to the newest edition of Best of Weekly Music Shows. The comeback season is in complete swing with the returns of 4TEN, B.A.P, Big Brain, Jung Joon-young, Ladies Code, Mamamoo, and Taemin. Making their debuts this week were ASTRO, Voisper, and WSJN. GFriend continues their winning streak with Rough picking up 3 trophies on Show Champion, Music Bank, and Inkigayo. SS301 on first position on The Show and Winner took peak honors on M!Countdown with Sentimental.

There were a massive number offantastic performances this week, so without additional ado, here are my selections for the week.

B.A.Ps Feel So Good, Mnet M!Countdown, February 25, 2016

Feel So Just right is B.A.P naturally picking up where they left off. In the past, they would trade between their heavier, angst-filled identify tracks and brighter pop ones. After their long-awaited comeback remaining fall, the song Feel free from their mini-album stood out as one who pairs funky pop with a message that B.A.P have carried through to this comeback: which is regardless of hardships, embodythe existing and choose to take the outlook of happiness. While, the cuter leanings of beyond songs Crash and forestallIt can exist downplayed by humor, the ones songs didnt come in combination every bit cohesively as Feel So Smart does. Feel So Good has the lads all gambling up their quirk, and they actuallyappear to love the stage. The rap portions slot in very easily and the groovy base is a satisfied medium for the group. I like that Jongup gets more vocal lines, and either Daehyun and Youngjaes vocals seem more potent here than they did for their reside performances of Young, Wild, and Free. (Side note, those womenthroughout Yongguks verse were killing the dance!)

Ladies Codes Galaxy, SBS Inkigayo, February 28, 2016

I in reality dear the set at the Inkigayo degreeof girls Codes Galaxy. The stained glass, candles, and redcoloured galactic background displays all give a contribution to this intimate feeling amidst the expansive international set upat the back of them. There's arefinedmeansthat girls Code take with their dance moves, even if doing pair work. This is a timid elegance that puts more emphasis on their controlled vocal color. Girls Code are measured in their performance, and Galaxy is a slow burner with those ladies abilities guiding the way.

Jo Kwons solo edition of 2ams This Song, KBS Yoo Hee-yeols Sketchbook, February 26, 2016

While Jo Kwon has been magnificent with his performances of Crosswalk, I couldnt lend a handyetcome with this solo functionality of 2ams This Song. It's far a song with quite a few meaning, being their teams debut song in 2008. The song is massive, and Jo Kwons solo version of it imbues a other sensibility. Whilst the long-establishedused to be spilling with tough emotion, Jo Kwons has a melancholic sentiment that underlies his delivery. When he hits that last note, his strength and adulthood as a vocalist comes via triumphantly.

Mamamoos Youre the Best, MBC Show! Music Core, February 27, 2016

Mamamoo wearlots ofsuper stages this week, from their concert of I Omit You on M!Countdown to their Immortal Song 2 stage, they were bringing it. Those stages showed the strength of Mamamoo as a vocal group, harmonies and all. While Youre the maximum productive isnt my favourite song from the quartet, I suspect the performance is indicative of the allure of the group. They every are robust vocalists and boast aura for miles. They arent afraid to improvise on stage and understand how build a rapport with the target audience with memorable moments, portray a full palette of colours amongst their performance that even outdoes their bright-colored clothing.

Taemins Drip Drop, Mnet M!Countdown, February 25, 2016

Choosing one Taemin performance to spotlight this week become a struggle. I practically went with the Music Bank performance of Press Your Number since thevery good staging and the explosion of lighting in the backdrop perfectly highlighted the rhythm of the track, but since I in my viewexperience Drip Drop more, I went with it, instead. Drip Drop is modern and has so much of intensity in its production. The pairing of the better voice with Taemins deeper one is sensibleas itlets in Taemin the liberty to perform, and boy does he deliver. He doesnt do exactly steps to the beat. He breathes dance via his body, appearing a herbal fluidity to his movements. Taemins solo dance at the finish of Drip Drop is an absolute masterclass of movement, every otherpoint to which even he is taking a bow for executing to perfection.

Stephanies quilt of Min Hae-kyungs I Would like to See Your Face, KBS Immortal Song 2, February 27, 2016

I was split between Mamamoos Immortal Song 2 performance and Stephanies, but just like the audience that night, I gave the threshold to Stephanie for her all around stage. She really demonstrated why she is thought about as the dance queen. Stephanie donned her pointe shoes and put on a show. Between her chic lines, outstandingspouse work, fan dance, and live band behind her, Stephanie was dazzling.

Readers, what were your favorite performances this past week?

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Best of Weekly Tune Shows: 1/4 – 1/10

Best of Weekly Tune Shows: 1/4 – 1/10

20160110_seoulbeats_twiceEasiest of Weekly Track Shows: 1/4 1/10Written by ability of Lo On January 11, 2016Welcome back to the maximum efficient of Weekly Shows, readers. As the year has grew to become and iciness has set in, the once a year slowing of the music scene has commenced, with few debuts, and comebacks from Dal Shabet, Anda, and Lucky J. Show Champion and The Show were still off the air, whilst the winners for the remainder were in each and everyunmarried place the map. Psy took M!Countdown, BTS claimed Music Bank, and Inkigayo went to Gary. Yet while the speed has lessened, the quality has not, and those are my most sensible stages of the week.

Up10tions So, Dangerous, MBC Show! Music Core, January 9, 2016

An open secret of the music global is that while finish of the year pageant is insanely tough, once the calendar flips over, each person vanishes. Comebacks and debuts are rare, and suddenly, music shows run short of acts, letting smaller teams like Up10tion have more time, and will even resurrect older songs. And thank god, because I by some meansignored So, Unhealthythe primary fourth dimension around. Here is a masterpiece of choreography. The moves are so crisp and defined, it's essential slice a finger open on them. Even more impressive is the flawless unison of posture and position, where everyones heads tilt to exactlythe similar angle, and sway preciselyan analogous amount; all of which is insanely difficult.

Twices Like Ohh-Ahh, SBS Inkigayo, January 10, 2016

Twices greatest strength has at all times been their residefunctionality skills, what with their boundless power and bounciness, so swapping them into cheerleader costumes was oncea truly perfect move. That on my ownmay have gotten them here. Yet eve more impressive than the simplest costumes in theirwhole go alongside Like Ohh-Ahh is the choreography. Which is totallyother than their fashioned choreography; the only they were the usage of up thru yesterday. Yet just one member has a mixup, which she briefly recovers from and is most commonly unnoticeable. That takes serious skill.

iKons Dumb Dumber, Mnet M!Countdown, January 7, 2016

Dumb Dumber is without difficultythe correct track iKon has released, either musically and performance-wise. iKon are performers in position of technicians, and this is ideal up their alley. Its wild, its crazy, its chaotic, but mostly, Dumb Dumber is alive. There's a definite sloppiness to this stage. Hitting the moves cleanly is obviouslyno longer a priority, with everybody opting for close sufficient instead, but it works so smartly with the madness of the song. All iKon cares about is letting loose, and its hard to observe this without following suit.

BTSs Butterfly Run, KBS Music Bank, January 8, 2016

BTSs Music Bank appearance this week won me over by placing two contrarykinds of functioning back-to-back, and knocking both out of the park. Butterfly is a poignant ballad, done with the participants all status stock-still. And they'reenthralling with not anything but voice and natural presence, tough in the simplicity of the stage. Run, of course, is the opposite, a exactly choreographed, heavily stylized performance. But BTS  have  just as much vitality and vocal emotion here as in Butterfly, hitting their marks so gracefully, itd be not possible to believe them still if I hadnt just observed it.

Dal Shabets Any individual Like U, SBS Inkigayo, January 10, 2016

Someone Like U is a degree that has undeniable choreography, but is numerousa laugh to watch. It is dependent on Dal Shabets skill to assignmentinstead of to dance, which is regularly harder, but done fabulously. The casual, mocking edge of somebody Like U is amplified by the attitudes of the members, each one hair toss and hip pop stuffed with disdain and insincere wishes.

Those are my peakalternatives for the week. Once you think I missed any, upload them in the comments!

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Best of Weekly Tune Shows: 12/21 — 12/27

Best of Weekly Tune Shows: 12/21 — 12/27

20151227_seoulbeats_infiniteHighest of Weekly Tune Shows: 12/21 12/27Written through Elaine On December 28, 2015Welcome to the overall edition of Most sensible of Weekly Music Displays of 2015! It’s the final week of December, this manner that that broadcasting stations are airing the year-end specials in their music shows, from Christmas specials (KBS Music Bank), to Good-bye 2015 (MBC Music Core), to the grand Gayo Daejun (SBS). The massivenumber of performances yielded as a result makes narrowing them down to multiple the “best” a tedious task, and those performances underneath are some of yetno longer limited to these I enjoyed most this week.

Infinite’s “Joy to the sector Love Letter,” KBS Music Bank, December 25, 2015

While it's mileswidely recognized that Limitless are good are living singers, a cappella is interestingly anything they haven’t attempted often. This rendition of “Joy to the World” thus got here every bitan excessivelydelightfulwonderit'sfantastically executed, applyingthe original vocal colors of every member to create a relaxing harmony. The song selection of “Love Letter” was once too a commendable one. It’s one of my favorite B-sides off their most fresh album, and transitioned flawlessly from their intro; who knew that with the addition of a couple of sleigh bells and chimes, the song may just sound so Christmas-y? Finally, with Sunggyu’s smiles, Woohyun’s hearts and Sungjong’s wink, the degreebecamea laughto observe evening alongside the participants merelystatus there.

Exos “Love Me Right,” KBS Music Bank, December 25, 2015

It’s been some time since we’ve noticed “Love Me Right” on music shows, but if nosotros are given the danger it’s at all times a treat to watch. I’m inspired by how lively and bright they still are on stage regardless of their irritating schedules. The purple outfits can have looked out fairly out of position amidst the red and white given the Christmas theme of that distinctive Music Bank special, but at the similar time, it offers off a brand new and activeaffect that fits the temper of the song (and this isstrangelyother from whatever SM was doing with their outfits all through that promotion period). Finally, a remark about their styling can'tcross without a unique mention to the go back of Baekhyun’s dark hair and heavy eye-makeup smartly done, stylists.

Shinee’s “View,” MBC Show! Music Core, December 26, 2015

Shinee is every otherstaff that made a comeback early this year, who has returned to praise US with some otherfunctionality of “View.” With an identicalcolorful sets and mismatched outfits, this performance had a form of throwback appeal, and the members also lift out the stages with the same capability and synchronization as they did in May. Music Core attempted to upload approximately fanciness with their flashing lighting fixtures and swiveling cameras regardless that whether it was important is up to interpretation. The spotlight of the performance is unquestionably the fanchants their loudness and their close accompaniment with the refrain gave the stage even more power than it already had, and is a smarttestomony to the recognition of the song.

IU‘s “Twenty-Three,” SBS Gayo Daejun, December 27, 2015

Ever because the sneak peek of choreography in the music video for “Twenty-Three,” I’ve been taking a lookahead to a live stage of the song, and IU didn’t disappoint with her performance at the Gayo Daejun. The setup was well-done, with the throwback to the cake in her MV, and IU carried out well too. She survived the awful sound machine with blank vocals, and her dancing was similarly as sharp and refined. Above all, her self belief is what makes the stage coupled with the lyrics of the song, it sounds like a noisy and transparent message to her antis and a pleasing return to Television on her part.

Wonder Girls‘s “I Feel You,” SBS Gayo Daejun, December 27, 2015

Everything about this stage was on-point, from the vocals, to the styling , to the set; it in reality gave off the impression of a performance made for a large festival. The bright lighting and graceful costumes were a greatcirculate in converting up the darker sets and go well withpermutations of their normal music show performances, without wasting the long-established subject of the song, and up toI like their new band concept, the striking on of a dance-centered performance for once was more than welcome. And just for the ones whooverlooked seeing the members on instruments, Yoobin did well with her drum spoil as well.

2PM‘s “My House,” SBS Gayo Daejun, December 27, 2015

Speaking of surprising stages, 2PM’s was yet anotherperson who captured my attention with its grandeur (well done JYP). With the MV having the idea that of a ball, their performance for the Gayo Daejun was the most ball-like yet with waltzing couples in lieu of the standard backup dancers, elaborate suits a step up from their usual classy outfits, and a wealthy sounding orchestral instrumental that sets the entire mood. The styling and theme also play to 2PM’s largest strengths their mature idea and exceptional visuals at the facet of the members’ private talents, which was the case with Nichkhun and Jun.K’s quick piano interlude. Overall, the performance made up for showcasing the fantastic song that's My Area where the hasty promotions fell short, and reinforces 2PMs statuses as experienced seniors in the industry. 

Readers, what performances were your favourite? Let us know in the comments below!

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Best of Weekly Tune Shows: 12/14 — 12/20

Best of Weekly Tune Shows: 12/14 — 12/20

20151220_seoulbeats_bapAbsolute best of Weekly Tune Shows: 12/14 12/20Written through Cjontai On December 21, 2015Welcome to any other edition of the maximum efficient of Weekly Music Shows! Many teams are in the vacation spirit, so the stages were covered in tinsel and snowflakes galore. There were a lot of idols decked for excellent cheer as Santas, elves and reindeer, much to the satisfaction of fans. For the ones of you who dont take care of the festivities, there were also many performances that didnt take pleasure in all of that ho-ho-hoing.

Exo took house their first trophy for Sing for You on KBS Music Bank whilst BTS picked up a 2nd consecutive win for Run on MBC Show Champion. Psy was once also victorious with wins on SBS Inkigayo and Mnet M!Countdown. Congrats to everyone!

There werent a huge number of new faces on the music shows, yet Im never disappointed at seeing familiar ones again. Clutch a snack and get able to revel in some of my alternatives for favourite performances of the week!

Lee Ye-joons StunningWoman featuring Boys Republics Sungjun, MBC Show Champion, December 16, 2015

A lot of enthusiastsrange in reviews or so what makes an excellent singer, but I agree with its no longerat all times about who can hit the top or longest note. I truly like vocalists who notice their variety and understand how to keep an eye on their voices for the song. Lee Ye-joon won't be the most neatly liked soloist out there, but I appreciate her command on stage. Shes an example of a singer who gets her message across in song without the use of over the top runs and exaggerated facial expressions.

Royal Pirates Run Away, MBC Show Champion, December 16, 2015

What isnt there to like about bands? Not anythingopposed to the copious idol groups who sing and dance for entertainment, but I applaud people who sack play tools because that takes just as much paintings and dedication. The gangactually loses themselves on stage, increasing their herbal charisma. James is adjusting well to the keyboard after his hand damagebrought about him to surrender his bass. Im thankful that it didnt change the sound of workforce drastically. This only proves how talented and pro they are to triumph overanything that wouldve derailed other groups.

Exos Sing For You, KBS Music Bank, December 18, 2015

Normally, Im wary of Exos ballad tracks since the imbalance in line distribution disappoints me. I am willing on a harmonious blend of voices when I concentrateto very large groups, and Sing For You after all gave me what I had tolisten from Exo. I like that the oppositeindividuals becomea possibility to end up that theyre now not but background fillers on stage. Thats truthfully been my biggest grievancebecause the beginning, and its greatto grasp the others do have more attributes beyond dancing and being attractive. I hope SM continues giving the group more songs that allow everyone to shine.

9Muses Sleepless Night, SBS Inkigayo, December 20, 2015

Ironically, the song puts me to sleep as it sounds like a lullaby, which isnt a bad thing. I like tunes that chill me. 9Muses is one of these groups that dont get credits when its due many times. They show offan interesting presence that transcends beyond the superficiality in their beauty. I love the intricacies in their choreography and how the straightforward movements work well with the temper of the song. The reality that they still remain synchronized with a slow-paced dance merits accolades alone.

B.A.Ps Be Happy, SBS Inkigayo, December 20, 2015

There are some groups who lose me when they opt for upbeat tunes because their performances come off furthertacky and contrived. I prefer groups to naturally let their charms show instead of force expressions of cuteness. B.A.P does that here, showing the aspect of them that isnt hard-edged and stuffed with angst. Bonus issues for the person fan provider break close to the finish which gave every member a opportunityto expose his playful qualities.

Those were my height picks, but youre welcomed to incorporate yours in the comments below. Let us know which performances entertained you this beyond week.

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Taemin To accomplish Korean Rendition Of Sayonara Hitori On Tune Shows

Taemin To accomplish Korean Rendition Of Sayonara Hitori On Tune Shows

Taemin To accomplish Korean Rendition Of “Sayonara Hitori” On TuneDisplays jun2yng August 1, 2016 0 Taemin To Operate Korean Rendition Of “Sayonara Hitori” On Music Shows At nighttime on August 3, SHINees Taemin might beliberating the Korean edition of the name track for his first Eastern mini album, Sayonara Hitori. The Korean version of the song will be called Goodbye.

You can see the visual banquet of a music video for the customary Japanese version below, which, consistent withthe numerous comments that say the song belongs in an anime, functionsgorgeous fantastical landscapes and Taemin taking a lookrather like an anime personality himself.

Following the free up of the Korean version, Taemin will be making special performances of Goodbye on Music Bank on August 5, Music Core on August 6, and Inkigayo on August 7. Taemin may also beacting the song on Mnets dance pageantdisplay make the Stage, along his choreographer for the song, Koharu Sugawara.

Watch the preview for Hit the Degree and Taemins dance prepare for Sayonara Hitori below:

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Best of Weekly Song Shows: 7/11  7/17

Best of Weekly Song Shows: 7/11 7/17

20160717_seoulbeats_sixflyingdragonsBest possible of Weekly Tune Shows: 7/11 – 7/17Written via Willis On July 18, 2016Welcome back to Most sensible of Weekly Music Shows, where we recap our favourite performances of the beyond week. Quite so much of artists held their comeback stages this week including, Eric Nam, GFriend, and Snuper. Vromance, Mamamoo’s brother group, made their debut on music shows. Beast and the Wonder Girls split the wins this week. Beast took house trophies from Show Champion and Music Bank – the latter of which featured Dongwoon webhosting for the primary fourth dimensionwhilstthe sweetnessLadies were the massive winners on The Show, M! Countdown, and Inkigayo.

Here are my selections for the week, yet please do come with yours in the comments below!

Vromances She, MBC Show! Music Core, July 16, 2016

Vromance made their long awaited debut this week. The foursome are a vocal powerhouse workforce in the similar vein as their sister group. They started out a bit tentatively on music shows but trulydiscovered close to range, degree confidence, and more potent footing later on in the week. While their personalities dont pop as vivaciously as Mamamoos did all over their debut, they do have this undercurrent of soulfulness and charm, brimming with talented potential.

Lee Eun-mis I Have A Lover, KBS Yoo Hee-yeols Sketchbook, July 15, 2016

This week’s Sketchbook featured an all famous person collective as they hosted their height karaoke songs special. Noel, Davichi, and Buzz were probably the most few some of the list of stars guesting at the episode. My favorite and of route the pick of the week  would need to be Lee Eun-mi. Her songs were covered by many idols including, SNSDTaeyeon and JYJJunsu. Lee Eun-mi sings her most well known song I Have a Lover, and she still kills it a decade after its initial release. It’s no longerdifficult to fail to remember why this song has turn into a standard. She bears her lifestyles in this song. You still feel the pain and grittiness in the back ofeach and every note. It's far a joyous instancewhilst you can hear her sing.

Seventeens Very Nice, Mnet M! Countdown, July 14, 2016

While I can havemost popular the outfit colours of their Inkigayo stage, I found the camera paintingsand effortpoint of this functionality to be stronger. I believe Seventeen are the epitome of what there is to like about K-pop. They have gotsuch much ofamusing moments, like when Jun exclaims whoa at some stage in his phase at the front of the formation. While the pelvis thrusting choreo isnt exciting to me, the crowd makes the most in their formation and circulation to build dynamics on stage. They incorporate lovable follow-along motions and also contain sharper dance cuts to create a polished but lighthearted time on stage. The song itself could also be very catchy, and this period adds onto Seventeens streak of relaxing singles.

Wonder Ladies Why So Lonely, KBS Music Bank, July 15, 2016

I am actually loving Why So Lonely. The song hits all of thecorrect notes for me and the girls are striking the gladheart between sensuality and yearning. They've gotdeterminedto head amongst the dance edition this week, which is a good move since most shows aren't instrument-friendly. The dance flows smartly and makes excellent use of arm movements. I also love the colourful colors of their outfits set to the washed out blues, pinks, and orange of the backdrop at the back of them. One of the only real qualms I have, though, is with Hyerim being the only one no longerdressed in a Powerpuff Girls revealed outfit.

Beasts Ribbon, Dingo Music, July 16, 2016

I love those stripped down renditions of K-pop. I believe “Ribbon” lends itself to fewer accompaniments. When teams can just sit back and sing to an acoustic guitar, it should favorable as the strength of the melody sticks out. For one, Junhyung shocked me with all his adlibs. Yoseob and Dongwoon are eitherfantasticall through their falsettos. Kikwang proves himself steady with his performance, and Doojoon really gets some crowd participation issues after inspiring the other table to register fortogether with waving their arms. All in all, it used to be an incredibly fun  and drunken version of “Ribbon.”

Stephanie, Stellars Gayoung, VIXXs N, Lovelyz Yein, Snupers Woosung, WJSNs Cheng Xiao dancing to Lemaitre feat. Jennie As Closer, SBS Inkigayo, July 17, 2016

Anyone else loving these ultra dance festival special stages? It provides idols a chanceto turn their skill out of doors of their normal choreography. This week the trendy and fresh folks, dubbed Six Flying Dragons, were givena possibility to strut their stuff and they delivered. Stephanie become fantastic, really leading the fee first with her duet with N, prior to dancing in tune with the remainder of the ladies. N’s gaze and motion exactly exudes charisma. The extensions and quality of movement from everybody was excellent. They were grounded, there were numerous dynamics, and it was ultimately beautiful to watch.

G.Souls Where Do We Go From Here, Naver On Stage, July 14, 2016

G.Soul’s On Stage performances were all highlights this week. The band versions of all 3 songs were worthy of being in this list. Of specific note, the renditions of “Crazy For You” and “Where Do We Go From Here” felt more dynamic than the recorded versions, with the band backing G.Soul adding some oomph to the minimum production of the original. It is a testomony to the strength of the songs as they translated so fantastically with the band. The electric guitar is more pronounced here, drawing out the wonderfully complex feelings stirring underneath his tunes. G.Soul is a rockstar, and he meritsyour entirecompliment for always staying true to himself and permitting his authenticity to translate over to his music.

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Best of Weekly Song Shows: 7/4 – 7/10

Best of Weekly Song Shows: 7/4 – 7/10

160710_seoubeats_seventeenVery best of Weekly Song Shows: 7/4 7/10Written by way of Elaine On July 11, 2016Welcome back, readers! This week we are entering intothe 2d one week in July, and music shows are heating up with the go back of lots oflargecall idol teamssimilar to Wonder Girls and Beast. To upload to the fun, this week saw debuts and comebacks from one or more rookie and rather rookie groups, adding NCT 127, Seventeen and parody staff C.I.V.A from the God of Music. This week’s winners showed some appealing variety, with EXID beginning off by taking the trophy for The Show, then passing the primarypositionrole to Sistar on Show Champion and M! Countdown, and sooner or laterfinishing amongst Taeyeon, who won awards for either “Starlight” and “Why” on Music Bank and Inkigayo respectively. There were many wonderful performances this week, and it’s not possibleto incorporate them all, so let me know what I’ve ignored in the comments below!

Wonder Girls’ “Why So Lonely,” MBC Show! Music Core, July 9, 2016

This comeback has in point of fact opened my eyes to how amazing Wonder Women is as a long running womancommunity – since ultimate year, the gang has effectivelycontrolled to reboot their symbol equally a band, and experimented with more than a fewforms of music that experiencegainedexcellent responses from the public. “Why So Lonely,” with its reggae influence, differs from the standard bright girl organization summer releases; instead, it gives a more laid-back jam that is goingneatly with a slow day in the hot weather. The coastline setup indubitablyis helpingto awaken this temper of the song, with both the day and night timelights suiting the music incredibly well. The individuals as wellcarry out the song with an ease very equivalent to the vibe the music conveys, and the tiara on Yoobin is a fascinating touch styling-wise.

Beast’s “Ribbon” KBS Music Bank, July 8, 2016

Beast has selectedan eventhought for this comeback – the sophisticated, classy tastematches the members’ maturity, and this, in turn, permits the group to execute it exceptionally well in the performances of the song. Whilst the choreography looks a lot more restrained in comparison to their outdated releases, the formations and main pointsreason information technology to if reality exist told be quite intricate, and as a result entertaining to watch. In addition, even supposing the emotional vocals of Hyunseung can be missed in this new 5-membered Beast, “Ribbon” makes smart use of the members’ vocal colours, with Yoseob and Dongwoon being allowed to sing their own praises their skillful falsettos, and Junhyung’s flat-sounding “Tie up a ribbon” being one of the vitalmaximum memorable lines of the song.

Sistar’s “I Like That,” SBS Inkigayo, July 10, 2016

Everything about Sistar’s comeback is so well done this year. Not just is the song addictive and other from what the group has been hanging out for the last two releases, the performances also are incredibly well thought-out – the swishing of the curtains and the detachable skirts are eye-catching, and make allowance Sistar to turna polished sexiness this is alluring to watch. On the topic of styling, the members also glancestunning in the black outfits, and blended with Soyou’s coiffure and the set design, the group seemsundoubtedly royal in this performance.

Seventeen’s “A Midsummer Night’s Sweetness Ice Cream Cake Overwhelm Patbingsu,” KBS Yoo Hui Yeol’s Sketchbook, July 6, 2016

If there is an idol group name along the lines of “best at medleys,” Seventeen would indeed be one of the front runners. After impressing with their girl group medley on Show! Music Core last year, the group continues to drag off a compilation of summer songs in this functionality on Sketchbook. The herbal transitions are one of the specialties of the group, as is their skillto exploit their massive numbers to their advantage, viatwiddling with formations and splitting into groups in acting the choreography. Finally, what is most probablythe most productivea phase of their performances is that the members easily exude playfulness, making their stages entertaining to watch.

Five Ws’ “Ultra Dance Festival,” SBS Inkigayo, July 10, 2016

For enthusiasts of the ones dance collaborations that take place at year-end music festivals, Inkigayo has readya distinctlevel consisting of six girl group members – Seulgi from Red Velvet, Mijoo from Lovelyz, Euijin from Sonamoo, Yooa from Oh My Girl, Eunjin from Dia, and Mina from Twice. The choice of performers is one of the standards of good fortune for this stage – major dancers aside, lots of the members also have that robust and attractivepictureinside of their groups, making them in a position to pulling off this concept. When it got here to the solo stages, they every owned their parts, yet the girls also showed consistency as a team. Now if only Inkigayo had captured the performance with greater camerawork…

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Best of Weekly Track Shows: 5/23 — 5/29

Best of Weekly Track Shows: 5/23 — 5/29

20160530_seoulbeats_OhMyGirlPerfect of Weekly Tune Shows: 5/23 5/29Written via Lo On Might 31, 2016Welcome back, readers, to the maximum efficient of Weekly Music Shows! Whilst things were slow at the debut front,  the summer comebacks are proceedingcomplete speed ahead. We saw comebacks from Map6, Giant Brain, Tahiti, Oh My Girl, and Jonghyun, plus even more. The awards this week were women choice, or rather a number of ladies, with AOA and Twice as our frontrunners. AOA took Show Champion, The Show, and Music Bank, while Two timeswere given M!Countdown and Inkigayo. Yet with Twice winning a triple crown on M!Countdown and Jonghyun on the horizon, who knows how next week will turn out.

Journey To Atlantis, Laboum, Show Champion, MBC, May just 25, 2016

Journey To Atlantis is the easiest song for the turn to summer. Its bright, its catchy, its lighthearted. What makes this degree stand out is the camera work, which is going for the whole lot from long shots to close-ups to overhead shots. No longersimplest does this assistthe easy choreography glance fresh, yet ITsupplies a lightheartedness that fits the song.

Tinkerbell, April, The Show, SBS MTV, Might also 24, 2016

No, youre now not miscounting the members; there are just4 girls on stage. Hyunjoo has had to head on hiatus for fitness reasons, and I wish her a fast recovery. However, the four lastparticipantsduvet for her without lacking a step or skipping a beat. Seriously, having to transform choreography thats already been committed to reminiscence is hard, and I admire April for buying their new choreography correctimmediately out of the gate.

White T-Shirt , Jonghyun,  M!Countdown, Mnet, May also 26, 2016

No disrespect to She Is, but this stage of White T-Shirt is glorious. The playful song is matched by Jonghyuns playful functionality for a wonderful summer jam. What in reality makes White T-shirt, though, are the back-up dancers. The flirty interaction between Jonghyun and the dancers elevates them from living props to performers whose role in White T-Shirt is simply equallyessential in making the performance click.

Windy Day, Oh My Girl,  Show! Music Core, Might 28, 2016

The song could be derivative, the MV can be an airy mess, but the choreography for Windy Day is banging. Its fast-paced and intense, stuffed with unison flailing and rubber legs. Yet, Windy Day never loses the grace and gentleness of the song, developing a hypnotic performance. The styling wishes a mention too: the ruffled dresses, shorts and cuts sleeves are stunning, matching the song and flattering each girls body. Whoever their stylists are, they deserve a raise.

How Other people Move, AkMu, Inkigayo, SBS, May 29, 2016

How People Cross is silly, childish, and amusing to wait forexactlythe ones reasons. We do take things way to seriously as we get older, and AkMu serve as a 3-minute reminder that increasing old is also required, but growing up is optional. The straightforward steps and buoyant music assistance emphasize that AkMu are having the time in their lives on that stage, and it just makes me smile.

Those were my favourite performances of the week. Any you trust you studied ane missed? Leave a comment!

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Best of Weekly Song Shows: 4/4 – 4/10

Best of Weekly Song Shows: 4/4 – 4/10

20160411_seoulbeats_laboumBest possible of Weekly Track Shows: 4/4 4/10Written via Cjontai On April 11, 2016Top of Weekly Music Presentations is back for some othercircular of entertaining performances! Spring is in complete swing as more teamstools up for comebacks. Laboum and CNBlue are just more than one names who returned to the scene. At the other hand, Mamamoo is wrapping up their promotions with good-bye stages after a a hit run.

Got7 took house their 5th win for Fly on SBS MTV The Show whilst BtoB scored 3 trophies for Take under consideration that on Mnet M!Countdown, MBC Show Champion, and KBS Music Bank. The SBS Inkigayo victory went to Block B for their song, A Few Years Later. Congratulations to all!

Readers, you know the way this goes. I proportionsome of my favourite performances of the week, and you're welcomed to enjoy/disagree with my selection. Thosealternatives makenow notconstitute the musical tastes of the opposite writers, nor does it mean I hate your bias groups. Actually, its nice when our readers link their favorites in the comments, so please let us know what you enjoyed this week!

CNBlues Youre So Fine, KBS Music Bank, April 8, 2016

I love the setup for the start of the song. It starts off with the band gambling under strategically placed spotlights till the refrain hits. Thats when all of thedegreelighting fixtures up at the aspect of the contributors faces. The stage design isnt the maximum original, yet the compact spacing lends itself to a feeling of intimacy. The most efficienta phase of this functionality has to be the members expressions. They are actuallyplaying themselves on stage, which is at all timesanythingenthusiasts beloved to see. In a week where it felt like other groups were plowing via fatigue, it was oncefantastic to be injected with power by CNBlues smiles.

Laboums Adventure to Atlantis, SBS Inkigayo, April 10, 2016

Cheers to any team that isnt doing some othercollege uniform concept! Listen, its not that I hate the ones concepts, but it becomes so monotonous after a while. The blameless tropes dont want to involve a college theme, as noticed here with Laboum rocking a nautical one. The stage is as bright and colorful as the women themselves who are giving delightful expressions. I know its element of the choreography, but it becomeaccomplished without me cringing over exaggerated aegyo. Talking of the choreography, it looks as if more woman groups are popping out amongst intricate routines that make full use of the groups size. Thank goodness for this trend!

Oh My Girls Liar Liar, MBC Show! Music Core, April 9, 2016

Although I prefer the nostalgic whimsy of Closer over this, there is still an exquisite charm about Liar Liar. The choreography is stillwithout difficultya laugh equally the girls have interaction playfully with each and every other. Now, if something looks just a littlepeculiar in their attire, it may smartly be their shoes. In the beginning glance, one may mistake them for curler skates, but theyre just normal shoes painted to appear that way. Its a artfulconcept that adds to the youthfulness of this performance by growing an phantasm of them dancing with skates. It really matches their cheerful image.

Astros Hide Seek, MBC Show! Music Core, April 9, 2016

What more am i ready to say about this group? They are surely one of my favorite learners of 2016 so far. We dont frequently come across male groups going for the harmless concept, and when they do, its typically saturated in aegyo that reasons slight nausea. The usage of their formative years to their advantage, they come off spunky and approachable on stage. Im not uninterested inlooking at them because they never glance tired of performing. This neighborhood understands the significance of playing to the audience, which turns out to be gaining them more young fans and perhaps a few older ones as well.

Boys Republics Get Down, MBC Show! Music Core, April 9, 2016

Once in a while, a collection comes along to slap you off the bed for snoozing on their talents. For me, Boys Republic is any such group. Dont question me how I lost sight of them all this time; it occurs to everyone, so dont act additional hipster once you were a fan since their debut. Point is, I really like what Im seeing here now. Their dance is actually ambitious and dynamic, but more importantly, Im feeling this song. When I pressed play initially, I dont even recall taking a look at the screen, but the instant the video started, I used to be hooked. Obviously, theres just one thing left to do now select a bias.

What performances stuck your eye this beyond week? Did you find any gems? Please share them in the comments!

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