вовчі особи – вовки тіні

Recommendation: ☀☁☁ вовчі особи1 lies in the curious world of “deathdream,” a sub-subgenre of dreampunk that takes the latter’s highly ambient stylings to their funereal extreme.2 вовки тіні3 is two tracks – one fifteen minutes; the other, twenty – that plunge into the cavernous depths of feedback, oscillations, and echoes. There is neither percussion nor beat for the album’s entire […]

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BLCR Laboratories double release: “Best of BLCR Y. 1” and “HUSH”

BLCR Laboratories dropped two releases yesterday. They’re the long-awaited Best of BLCR Y. 1 compilation and HUSH by boocanan. The former album is a sixteen-track long album that is comprised of many artists who released music on the label during its first year of existence. The second album is long-form dreampunk/classic-style vaporwave; it’s five tracks long in about forty minutes […]

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Unknown Artist – Question 4

Recommendation: ☀☁☁ Unknown Artist’s1 thirty-minute single-track Question 4 is a dreampunk odyssey of vague sound and hazy electronic music that will fit the bill for anyone interested in exploring that curious region of mental awareness in between sleep and awake. It calls to mind the NASA Voyager Space Sounds as interpreted by Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, whereby real-time electromagnetic data recorded […]

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The Tree of Life – Psalm 23

Recommendation: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ TKX Vault tagged Psalm 23 as “torahvapour” on their Bandcamp page, which is an entirely accurate description for this dreampunk release. The album’s eponym is one of the most famous passages in Judeo-Christian texts, that which begins “The LORD is my shepherd, I shalt not want.”1 Likewise, the artist’s moniker The Tree of Life does not refer to […]

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UNFR – Holy Forest

Recommendation: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ UNFR’s Holy Forest consists of a single seventeen-minute long track called “Scripture,” out on the experimental label TKX Vault (formerly known as Tokyo Exchange).1 The album is dreampunk, a specific style of ambient vaporwave that utilizes drone music as its musical foundation as opposed to chopped-and-screwed techniques, sample curation, or trap beats.2 Expectedly, Holy Forest has no percussion, […]

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