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ANYANG, KOREA, August 08, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- MusicSpray (http://www.musicspray.net), which has introduced more than 2,000 Korean indie music songs to the world since 2010 will release a compilation album named INDIGO STAGE Must Have Emerging K-POP Vol.1, a collection of the most loved songs from the last 3 years.
The album contains the songs from the emerging artists Whowho, S2Project, Scottie Project, and Woori who all performed at INDIGO STAGE which was a concert held by MusicSpray on 17th December last year. It also includes competent duo Blue Marble's '7dayz', the OST of SBS drama 'Heritors', Growing Pains 2's original song 'Growing Pains' from 'Cold Cherry', 'First Love' from 'Modern Attic' which was ranked top on the melon indie chart after just 2 days on release, 'Pacific' from artist Glen Check who was awarded the 2013 Korean pop award 'The best dance electronic album' and so on.
The 15 songs in the first collection were selected from among 15,000 songs released through MusicSpray for the last 3 and a half years and some of the songs have been carefully chosen based on the number of fans, sales result, Youtube data etc. and others are the songs that appealed to fans especially through performances or the songs that are outstanding but couldn't get the attention they deserved.
"We will bring unique and brilliant Korean indie music not only to the Korean market, but to the world market, breaking out of the rather lame predictable Korean music market. To achieve this we will continuously publish and promote INDIGO STAGE albums and invest in our showcase performance business," Ho-seok Ryu, the CEO of Pison contents Inc. who is now in the US for the aggressive global marketing of MusicSpray said, emphasizing his strong will to promote the compilation album in the world market.
Pison contents Inc. operates the global digital music distribution service 'MusicSpray.' Pison plans to keep supporting bright indie artists with the brand 'INDIGO STAGE' through online and offline activities like organizing regular showcase concerts that promote them and publishing their compilation albums.
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