Sponsored Idiotape, Jambinai & more: Meet the bands heading up the K-Music Festival

Idiotape, Jambinai & more: Meet the bands heading up the K-Music Festival

They’ll be playing the Korean music event, which runs in London from 15th September to 25th October.

Mention Korean music and K-Pop and ‘Gangnam Style’ may well be the first things to spring to mind. But there’s so much more to their rich, musical scene right now and the forthcoming K-Music Festival is proving just that.

This year’s K-Music Festival is an introduction to the country’s music, and will showcase distinct and electrifying events from all across the musical spectrum. Each performer explores new boundaries within their particular genre, and although the artists share a common culture and identity, they certainly aren’t bound by this. 

Taking place from 15th September and going on until 25th October, the festival will be hosting events at various venues across London. With so many rare shows in this year’s programme, the festival promises to be a month-long musical treat.

Below, we’ve picked out some of the best songs of the artists coming to this year’s K-Music Festival to give you a flavour of what’s to come.

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Idiotape - ‘Don’t Go’

Idiotape play at London’s Rich Mix on 27th September.

Jambinai - ‘They Keep Silence’

Jambinai play at London’s Oslo on 3rd October.

Danpyunsun and The Sailors - ‘High and Low’

Danpyunsun and The Sailors play at London’s Rich Mix on 21st October.

A special festival pass can be purchased for £70 and grants access to seven performances - every show in K-Music 2016, with a special discount and no booking fees. For full details on all the shows of K-Music Festival, including individual ticket sales, head here.