I was commissioned to write a piece on K-pop for Sorbet, a Dubai-based conceptual fashion magazine. Never would have done it if they hadn’t asked, but glad they did. It’s print only, but a PDF of the result is below.
My second article for Paste, on the best places to see live music in Seoul. Check it out here!
The Toasters come to Korea! (And I won’t be here.) Check out my interview with the 2Tone legends at Groove.
A profile of Canadian-born, Korean-based comic book writer and publisher Shawn Morrissey. Read it at Groove!
The second time I’ve done a round up of the Korean punk scene, this time for Groove. A lot of effort went into this feature, which was nominated for Groove Music and Arts Story of the Year 2014. Read it at Groove.
My preview of the New Generation of Ska Festival, an annual ska fest held in Sinchon, Seoul. Check it out at Groove.
My feature on legendary London Oi! band The Business, the month before they came to Korea for the first time. Check it out in Broke in Korea (page 5).
My profile of Korea-based British artist Martyn Thompson, one of Korea’s top artistic talents today. Read it at Groove.
My first feature for the Korea Herald, on White Lies, Seoul’s expat-run burlesque troupe. It was republished in the UK’s This is Cabaret website. Read it at the KH.
My first feature for Broke in Korea, Seoul’s premier punk magazine, about Kids On The Move, a hardcore band from Kuala Lumpur who were touring Korea. Read it at BiK. (Go to page 7.)