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K-Pop A-Z Review: f(x) – Sweet Witches

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Sweet Witches (from Pinocchio / Hot Summer – 2011)

Sweet Witches is an off-kilter electro pop track with a bit of a lounge feel. It’s a real oddball, from its simple synth beat to its staccato melody. Almost the entire track hinges on the same herky-jerky rhythm, which threatens to make it feel a little one-note. But, the quirkiness of the production keeps things interesting. I especially love the rubbery electro bass that runs through several moments during the verses. And as much as I usually hate aegyo-style singing, I think it fits quite well here. I’m kind of surprised that this isn’t a Thomas Troelsen produced track, because it reminds me a lot of his work with Danish groups Junior Senior and Superheroes.

 Hooks 8
 Production 9
 Longevity 8
 Bias 8
 RATING 8.25

~ Rest in peace, Sulli. We will forever be grateful for the incredible music and spirit you left behind ~

5 thoughts on “K-Pop A-Z Review: f(x) – Sweet Witches

  1. one of my favorite lowkey f(x) tunes perfect for both halloween and as a cute, general witch time. With better timing and more care this could’ve been a cute opening tune for a witch related series of some sort.

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