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Club Nokia will feature a live performance by the popular indie band 10cm belonging to South Korea on 31st of January. With its 2,300 seating capacity, it is expected to be a sold out event as the CM tickets have already started selling. In case you plan on attending it, now will be the right time to book your tickets with us. In four years of its existence, the band has gained a lot of fame worldwide. Now they will be in the spotlight as they make their way to the Live L.A. The lively crowd of Los Angeles is looking forward to catching a live performance by these young Koreans.
10cm was formed in 2009 and consists of Yoon Cheol Jong and Kwon Jung Yeol. The name of the band comes from the height difference between the two band members. The duo is known as the rookie of the Korean bands. They were also winners of 2010 Mnet Asian Music Award for “This Year’s Discovery”. The next year they were honored with “Best Pop Song” Korean Music Award. They have won several other accolades over the years as well, leading to their worldwide fame. Now they travel across the world and have got a dedicated fan base within the United States as well.
10cm’s main vocalist is Kwon and he also plays jembe. Jembe is a sort of a percussion which the instrumentalist plays with bare hands. Yoon is the guitarist. The journey of the band into the music world started off like it usually does for new artists, by playing at gigs within Hongdae. The band found mainstream success after the release of their single I’m Scared of the Dark Tonight, which led to the release of their first EP. Six months later in October of 2011, the band’s debut studio album titled “1.0” hit the market as well.
10cm’s 1.0 had Not That as its title track. The album was received very well by the fans, however one of its track “Americano” was banned due to lyrics that involved what was considered as promotion of “unhealthy” relationships. MOGEF claimed it “hazardous” for the younger crowd. However, this ban was put on the song a year after its release, and by then it had become one of the hits of the day. Several other songs from the album made it to mainstream as well, and hit the airways.
1.0 was followed by 10cm’s second studio album by the name of “2.0”. It was released in 2012, and it clearly did well in picking up from where 1.0 had left off. The start of the album is with the intimate sound of the song You and Me. It features guitar notes and voice of Kwon. The song tells the tale of a love that faded away over a coffee cup. This is followed by Im Fine, Thank You, and You? which tells the story of a couple who were in love long ago and get to see each other after years.
The second track of the album has deeper use of instruments and is very different from the sound put into their debut album. This is followed by another deeply-rooted track, Tonight. Now. Stop. Here. follows. This track has a lot more westernized touch, almost feels like inspired by bands such as Coldplay or U2. With their new album the fans saw a rapid progress. With their catchy songs back into the live gear, they will visit Club Nokia this January, so have your CM tickets booked.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:Are CM Tickets prices negotiable?
A:No, Cm Tickets prices are fixed and non-negotiable.