Green Groove’s don’t miss
Following is a selection of Green Groove’s don’t miss acts. Green Groove run along side the Boryeong Mud Festival on July 21 to July 22.
The nine-piece band Kingston Rudieska will be at Green Groove this year. An exciting, energetic band that fills any stage — literally and metaphorically — Kingston Rudieska are stepping up to represent ska in Korea.
His unique musical signature, with influences from his West African upbringing, has been a huge hit with Korean fans.
The electronic band from Israel fascinates clubbers all over the world with its Arabic melodies, sophisticated beats and passionate performances.
The Korean duo presents delightful folk rhythms and straightforward lyrics. They have been extremely popular in Korea for the last few years.
This three-member electronic/acid jazz band debuted in 2007. They’re also famous for having no lead vocalist. Notable album: Blood Type Love Story.
This icon of modern Korean rock is a balance of indie and mass-market music. Their first album is ranked in the top 10 of most people’s lists of Korea’s top 100 albums of all time.
Mighty Mouse is a Korean alternative hip hop duo that formed in 2005. Sang-chu and Shorry J have made 12 music videos together.
Punk News calls the hardcore band The Geeks Korea’s only straight-edge band. They’ve been together since 2005 and belong to the record label Think Fast! Records / Townhall Records.