K-Pop A-Z

K-Pop A-Z: Infinite – Moonlight

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Moonlight (from Reality – 2015)

Infinite have only worked with producers Seo Young-bae and Iggy two times, but both collaborations have resulted in absolute knockouts. Strong enough to be a title track, the strings-driven, disco-kissed Moonlight is one of the group’s best tracks of the past few years. Its chorus manages to be breezy and powerful at the same time, anchored by a gorgeously layered vocal arrangement that plays to Infinite’s strengths. Though much of their music has moved on to a darker, edgier style, this is the fresh, fun version of the group’s sound that I love most. If they’ve truly cut ties with Sweetune for good, Iggy and Young-bae are worthy successors.

 Hooks 9
 Production 10
 Longevity 9
 Bias 10



2 thoughts on “K-Pop A-Z: Infinite – Moonlight

  1. I had no idea this track was by Iggy and Youngbae, omg. I remember listening to this on loop back when it came out and really wanting more of this sound from them. It’s definitely one of my overall favorite Infinite tracks.


    • It would have made an excellent single. I’ve got my fingers crossed that there will be more Iggy/Youngbae work on the new album (if we ever actually get that long-delayed album, that is…)


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