I know almost nothing about South Korean artist(s) Sunkyeol other than the fact that I very randomly stumbled across their tune “Songstress” on Milk Milk Lemonade the other day and dug what I heard. “Songstress” is a delicate little piece of low-fi dream pop, with hazy female vocals sung over a music box generated beat accompanied by all sorts of tinkly little bells and chimes. It’s a little slice of twee freak folk that could be in Korean or English, but its hard to tell. Comprehension of the lyrics isn’t entirely necessary though to enjoy the syrupy sweet atmosphere the tune creates.
— Jon Behm