I'm always searching for music that comes out of Korea that isn't littered with the title 'k-pop,' although Korean pop music has reached global status after Psy's Gangnam Style. The so-called 'indie' music genre in Korea has also reached popularity and their music videos pop with candy-like colors and almost overwhelming visuals. With my tangent aside, there has been one musician that has been on my radar for the past few years. 나잠 수(Nahzam Sue), the leader of the Korean disco band Sultan of the Disco, is releasing his new solo album called "Till the Sun Goes Up," releasing October 27, 2016.
He recently posted a music video for one of his songs, ZomB-Boy, and has influences of Rick James, Tina Turner, and all the memorable synth sounds that marked 80's of post-disco music. Go check it out by clicking on the video down below, and watch flesh eating zombies duke it out by break dancing and choreographing dance moves in an abandoned and derelict mall.