Caitlin is an American expat who fell in love with the Korean Indie music scene and will share about this world by interviewing bands and people involved, talking about shows and venues and of course THE MUSIC! Warning not a site for K-pop music.

Caitlin had no idea, she would be involved with the Korean Indie Music scene when she came to Korea four years ago. It all started when she started taking guitar lessons in her city and her guitar teacher invited her to a show and she was hooked! Currently, she lives in Dongtan teaching kindergarten during the day and works on music at night. She is the owner of her company, Gillespie Events & PR, organizer of the charity, Little Travellers Korea, and helps promote shows and bands. You can find her in venues around Seoul on the weekend listening to live music.

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Zandari Festa, a Weekend Festival “Bridging” Together People and Music

  This weekend marks the fifth year of the Zandari Festa in Hongdae. From Friday, September 30th through Monday, October 3rd, people of all sorts, musically and cultural, […]

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The Band,…Whatever That Means…. is Taking their Music Back to the States for a Second Tour

It is interesting how one side project can turn into something bigger as it did for the band, …Whatever That Means…. Seoul-based melodic punk band, Whatever That Means […]

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Rubber Seoul: Music and Charity Rolled into One Event

Little Travellers Korea once again holds Rubber Seoul, one of the biggest annual club nights of the year on Saturday, November 28th  to support an amazing cause and […]

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Galaxy Express, a Band that Rocks it out of this World

I got really excited when I was asked if I would like to interview Galaxy Express, one of the legendary bands of the Seoul indie scene. Some bands […]

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Three Overseas Bands Ready for Zandari Festa

I was really excited to talk to three bands that came from abroad to play at Zandari Festa. I think it is one of the cool ideas of […]

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Three Korean Bands That You Can Fall in Love with at Zandari Festa

 I had the lovely opportunity to talk to three Korean bands that have played multiple years at Zandari Festa and are pillars of the Seoul indie scene. I […]

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Zandari Festa, a Festival Bridging Together Music

In the summer and fall of 2013, was my real introduction to the music festivals of Korea. I hit many festivals like the Ansan Music festival, Seoul Jazz […]

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Band Juck Juck Grunzie Takes Their Psychedelic Sound to World Famous Music Festival Glastonbury

In the Seoul indie scene, there has been some exciting news! Juck Juck Grunzie, a Korean psychedelic noise-rock band will be performing at the world famous music festival, […]

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Rock ‘N’ Roll Radio Rocking Their Way to France’s Midem Festival

I remember hearing Rock ‘N’ Roll Radio for the first time. It was 2013 at a club in Seoul for a St. Paddy’s show. My friend, who is […]

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April Showers Bring May Festivals

Remember the saying, April showers bring May flowers but in the case of the Korean music scene May brings the festivals. The weather in Korea is beautiful in […]

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