This isn’t the first time I’m featuring singer-songwriter Aimyong in one of these roundups and I’m sure that it won’t be the last time I do either. The 23 year old’s “Mangetsu no Yoru Nara” single is another strong entry into her growing discography and features many of the things that drew me to her music in the first place. The single’s title track features the singer’s smooth vocals and great lyrical flow over an acoustic guitar and synthesizer instrumental that on paper sounds like it would be an odd combination but it works surprisingly well in practice. It has a bit of a Flamenco vibe to it. B-side “Wakattenai” goes in a similar direction but leaning much more heavily on the synthesizer side of things. Perhaps even more impressive on this song are the vocals and Aimyong’s range and control when she hits and holds some very nice notes. Not entirely sure about the part where someone tries to play a trumpet under water but hey, if that’s all I’m complaining about then I can forgive it. Seriously though, don’t sleep on this girl and her music.