Bludhoney releases “we could die here” by we could die here

The eponymous album from we could die here is now available through the Bludhoney label, the label’s fourteenth overall release. we could die here is primarily cinematic ambient music with some hints of dreampunk, as on “death” and “shimmer”. It’s available for $5 USD as a digital download. The cassette editions are already sold out (Bludhoney goes out fast, y’all!). […]

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Æscape Sounds releases “air from here” by skipism

air from here is a new five-track release of dreampunk music from skipism, released through the experimental electronic music label Æscape Sounds. The album consitss of gently evolving ambient music with significant cyberpunk music undertones. Choice track is “pearl tipped arrow”. It’s available as a pay-what-you-want digital download and for $6 USD on cassette in an edition of thirty-five. Check […]

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Aescape Sounds releases “Synthesis” by Laura†Birdie

Here we have a new album of cyberpunk/ambient music (really, the tag “dreampunk” just works so well) from Aescape Sounds. Synthesis by Laura†Birdie is seventeen tracks of synthesizer-based ambient music. Recommended for fans of Shima33. It’s available as a pay-what-you-want digital download and for $6 USD on cassette in an edition of thirty. Check it out below:   Synthesis by […]

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Power Lunch releases “Ambien Music 10mg: The Wokest Sleep” by Lucid Sound Driver

Ambien Music 10mg: The Wokest Sleep sounds like exactly what you’d expect: long drones of ambient music that evoke a trip on the sleep-aid Ambien. It comes from Lucid Sound Driver – a.k.a. LSD – through the label Power Lunch. This release consists of two long-form ambient tracks that will appeal to fans of gorepup, such as the UNDERDOSE and […]

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Virtual Polygon – EXIT

Recommendation: ✂ (“Fade”) EXIT1 is the fifth album released through Asura Revolver, a Norwegian vaporwave-and-associates label that primarily features influences from drone music and IDM.2 It’s produced by Virtual Polygon, whose debut EP visuals was released in 2013. Most Virtual Polygon albums used some combination of classic-style and ambient vaporwave (of which both may be heard on visuals‘ two tracks). […]

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