His music could be categorized as pop, and it's swinging in tone from dark to
blinding technicolor, with glossy synths, huge orchestral arrangements and
Kim's vocal - at times a Bill Callahan-esque croon, at times a soaring falsetto.
Dark strings and steel swells surround hushed ballads and bursts of grand
pop, as Kim threads memories of Loi Krathong nights, earthquake drills and
political turbulence into a domestic landscape of front yards, birthday parties
and Chinese restaurants.