[Review] DreamNote switch up their concept and deliver one of the year’s best in “GHOST” IATFB 11/23/2021 Editorials, K-Entertainment, Reviews
The downside of me liking a release is I’ll review it on my own time, even if it’s a month later. The upside is that … well, you get a positive review on Asian Junkie Dot Com. Quite frankly, I’m not sure the wait is worth that, but hey, it’s something.
That all applies to DreamNote‘s “GHOST” especially, as a new group probably would benefit from any eyeballs much more than any blog’s review a month later, but I definitely wanted to write about this effort because it’ll likely be among 2021’s best.
DreamNote debuted late in 2018, and honestly they had not been on my radar at all since. Hell, even if I did like them, it’s been almost two years since we’ve heard from them at all. Well they used that pandemic time to switch things up, as they had previously gone with fresh and sporty girl group t..