In the literal sense, remix is mixing the certain musical record in a different way. But of course, there are much more possibility in remix.
Remix is the most direct way to unveil the musical color of one musician. Some remix enthusiastically introduces the new music, or old music in fresh way.
“KM” does both. Kirara, the most exuberant electronic producer from South Korea, remixes the tracks of grateful musicians in her life. And alike the album artwork, the mixes are full of Kirara’s signature sounds, such as colorful piano and shining fractured beats. Genres of original musicians are varied from electropop (Saebyeok, Yukari), rock (Danpyunsun and the Sailors, Pavlov), shoegaze (Shin Hae Gyeong), and you will become joyful if you know the original tracks. Or, you may want to check the original recordings after you listen to “KM”.
That is the point of this remix compilation. “KM” is the active curation of boiling South Korean indie scene by talented producer. It is interesting that this kind of introduction is more attractive than the mere selection of each track. If you need some advice to local music in South Korea, “KM” is one of the best way to meet them. Oh, and don’t forget to check the music of Kirara herself.