BLCR Laboratories releases “Waiting at the Gate” by No Death x Sangam

The collaboration between dreampunk/ambient vaporwave artists No Death and Sangam is here on BLCR Laboratories. Waiting at the Gate is eight tracks of cyberpunk bliss from both artists. Tracks are a mixture of field recordings, dreampunk, and Ambient 1-4 of Brian Eno. The majority of tracks feature no discernible beat; Never Land has a strong bass underpinning and cycling synth […]

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BLCR Laboratories launches new web site, reissues cassettes

BLCR Laboratories launched a new web site for physical releases and distribution. Expanding far from the days when they were “Bloody Carpet”, BLCR Laboratories’ new site now features links to all currently available merchandise through the label for direct order, including various physical releases from other labels such as PLUS100, Orange Milk, and Beer on the Rug. There are also […]

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BLCR Laboratories releases “reflection” by 아버지

BLCR Laboratories is out with new music from 아버지, titled reflection, which also comes with a cassette and digital re-release of 2015’s 흰색 죽음. reflection is a coalescence of deathdream and ECCOJAMS, using similar production styles as ECCOJAMS in the CD-skipping/samplism bent but with the lugubriousness of gloomy deathdream. Listen to it if you’re a fan of some of Oneohtrix […]

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BLCR Laboratories reissues three Reef Frequent tapes

Reef Frequent has been making music since 2015 (at least, within this particular alias), with most of the albums released on BLCR Laboratories. This week, BLCR reissued three albums on cassette that were previously sold-out: INTO THE AETHER, afterlife, and Return. INTO THE AETHER is a strange hip-hop, vaporwave, dreampunk, and house music hybrid; most tracks are between one and […]

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2047 – NEXUS_DAWN

Recommendation: ✂ (“REBOOT”) If there’s one thing that TKX Vault always had in its first run, it was some killer album artwork. Regardless of one’s feelings on NEXUS_DAWN, it’s unequivocally one of the most beautiful (and vaguely despondent) covers to any dreampunk release – and this is a genre that revels in exquisite renders of life in a cyberpunk world. […]

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Broken Light – Endless Desert

Rating: ☀☁☁ If you’ve listened to the SUPERCOMPUTER trilogy on TKX Vault and the Computer trilogy by Infinity Frequencies, then Endless Desert by Broken Light is an excellent place to go next. Endless Desert is a nineteen-track signalwave album that plays like an Internet version of Brian Eno’s Ambient 4: On Land. It’s a vaguely conceptual album of what appears […]

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