AOTW | 28 August – 3 September: ULTRACOMPUTER – SUPERCARTRIDGE

I promise that Sunbleach doesn’t go out of its way to feature albums from TKX Vault – it just so happens that a lot of the releases on that label are either really damn good or historically/aesthetically important to vaporwave and cyberpunk music. SUPERCARTRIDGE is the second album from ULTRACOMPUTER, a pseudonymous project (of whom is anyone’s guess) that incorporates […]

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AOTW | 21 August – 27 August: Television Experience – The City Never Ends

The City Never Ends is a far cry from Television Experience’s debut Y. 2089, an essential vapornoise album. Then again – that was back when Television Experience went by the Japanese equivalent テレビ体験, so perhaps switching to English is a metaphorical growth of the beard? The City Never Ends is one of the TKX Vault soundtrack albums, along with METROPOLISからオーディオ […]

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AOTW | 14 August – 20 August: bl00dwave – NEW VISUALS

bl00dwave’s NEW VISUALS was released in February 2014 – perhaps surprisingly late in the game for a classic-style album that’s so obviously classic-style. Although topically one of many albums that rely on simple pitch-/tempo-shifting, NEW VISUALS is notable for its naivety. Not that bl00dwave is naive, but the atmosphere within this album is one of fancy and lightness. It’s full […]

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AOTW | 24 July – 30 July: Darksleep – Identity Ender

For many, ECCOJAMS began and ended with Daniel Lopatin’s ECCOJAMS (producing as Chuck Person). That’s not quite true. Now ECCOJAMS certainly had its most thriving period in the early era of vaporwave (2010-2012), but there are a multitude of artists who continue(d) to release music that evoked Lopatin’s surreal vaporwave trendsetter. Identity Ender is one of those albums. The first […]

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LOTW | 17 July – 23 July: Question Records

Our fourth label feature is Brighton, UK label Question Records! Question Records is owned and operated by Methyr, who has produced vaporwave-inspired music since early 2016 and has produced music through the neoclassical (or classically-influenced) project Te Amo! – exclamation mark included. Early in its run, Question Records released classic-style vaporwave (Hiroshi Haru), vaporhop (Aokigahara Accept, Warm Poolside Fun), and […]

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