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Nothing new to keep track of and as many k-indie related songs out of the top 200 as remains is what the latest Korean digital chart from Gaon has to offer.
k-indie @ Gaon Digital Chart – March 17, 2012
44. 10cm – 애상 [MV]
55. Skull – 쓰레기 (feat. Oksang Dalbit) [MV]
118. Two Months – The Romantic [MV]
136. Noblesse & Acoustic Collabo – Love Diary
184. 10cm – 안아줘요 [MV]
188. Verbal Jint – 좋아보여 (feat. The Black Skirts) [MV]
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It’s a new week but still the Bugs indie chart is more about the old songs than about the new. Happy to see one of my own favorites from last week making it to spot 4. Also somewhat interesting to see rookies Hi To Him fare better than Annyeongbada (aka Bye Bye Sea) in spite of me thinking Annyeongbada was one of the biggest names right now. Since the album is already a few weeks old and 악마 did make it into Gaon’s digital top 200, perhaps it was just labeled something different from indie by Bugs those first couple of weeks.
Bugs Indie TOP10 – March 17, 2012
1. Hi To Him – 봄 [@ Bbang]
2. Annyeongbada – 악마 [MV]
3. Taru – 봄이왔다 [MV]
4. Hanumpa – 재촉 [MV]
5. Linus’ Blanket – Picnic [@ Sketchbook]
6. 10cm – 안아줘요 [MV]
7. Oksang Dalbit – 빨주노초파남보
8. Autumn Vacation – 속아도 꿈결 [@ EBS 공감]
9. Taru – Summer Day
10. Nell – Stay [MV]
The new additions to the TOP100 list are the following:
33. Copymachine – 헬로 키위새
53. SwingChair – 바람이 분다 (feat. World HO) [MV]
60. Hi To Him – 고백 [live]
72. Annyeongbada – 야광별 [sketch video]
74. Annyeongbada – 어젯밤 [@ V-Hall]
75. Hi To Him – I’m So Sorry
90. eAeon – 나의 기념일 [@ CJ azit]
AKA: Harishchandrachi Factory
Runtime: 1 hours 43 min
Genre: Comedy, History, Drama
Director: Paresh Mokashi
Cast: Nandu Madhav, Vibhawari Deshpande, Mohit Gokhale, Atharva Karve, Dilip Joglekar, Ketan Karande, Dhiresh Joshi
Harishchandrachi Factory is that rare thing – a delightful film that makes its point with charm, simplicity and a wonderful lightness of being.
The film, which starts in 1911, is about Dadasaheb Phalke, the pioneer who made India’s first feature film “Raja Harishchandra” in 1913. Director Paresh Mokashi’s triumph is that instead of predictably eulogizing this extra-ordinary man, the film humanizes him and celebrates his utterly mad and ferocious passion for cinema.
Phalke, played by Nandu Madhav, wanders into a cinema tent quite by chance but he is hooked after experiencing his first moving pictures. He watches them repeatedly until he almost goes blind. At one point, his close friends fear for his sanity and take him to a mental hospital. Undeterred, Phalke collects money and leaves his pregnant wife and two children to go to England to learn the art of filmmaking. As he leaves, he instructs a friend not to notify him even if someone dies since he cannot come back before his training is over. The struggle to make Raja Harishchandra provides ample comedy and chaos. Even prostitutes refuse to work in a film because it would ruin their reputation so Phalke fakes boys for girls. At one point, the entire unit is arrested because the police mistake them for bandits. And when Raja Harishchandra premieres on May 3, 1913, only a stray dog shows up causing Phalke to remark: well, at least no one can say even a stray dog didn’t show up. Mokashi’s portrays Phalke as a Chaplinesque figure who can make you laugh and cry in a heartbeat. This movie won lot of national & international awards.
Harishchandrachi Factory  (with Subtitles[Eng])+Extras
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Working from home has a lot of perks–not only do I save a 2 hours I would’ve otherwise spent commuting but I’m also by far more efficient than my office environment allows. As an added benefit it makes it possible to have a coffee break in the middle of the day with a bit of blogging thrown in. I wish I had more days like this. Before I get back to work, here’s the latest Korean digital chart from Gaon. (I’m now writing “Oksang Dalbit” instead of “Dalmoon” after seeing the joint 10cm concert poster some time ago)
k-indie @ Gaon Digital Chart – March 10, 2012
32. 10cm – 애상 [MV]
50. Skull – 쓰레기 (feat. Oksang Dalbit) [MV]
83. Noblesse & Acoustic Collabo – Love Diary
84. Two Months – The Romantic [MV]
129. Annyeongbada – 악마 [MV]
131. Standing Eggs – 둘이 아닌가 봐 (with Christina Love Lee) [audio]
134. Goonamguayeoridingstella – 서울사람
137. 10cm – 안아줘요 [MV]
156. Taru – 봄이 왔다 [MV]
169. Verbal Jint – 좋아보여 (feat. The Black Skirts) [MV]
181. Park Jiyoon – 나무가 되는 꿈 [MV]
184. Peterpan Complex – 첫사랑
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