Illuminated Paths releases “Wheel of Fortune” by Sam Brown

Today’s release out on Illuminated Paths is Wheel of Fortune by Sam Brown. This album is a sprawling thirty-four track hits future funk, IDM-influenced vaporwave, ambient music, and ECCOJAMS. It’s available for $8 as a digital download and for $11.99 on double ninety-minute thick cassette in an edition of twenty-five. Check it out below:   Wheel of Fortune by Sam […]

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BLCR Laboratories re-releases “Identity Ender” by Darksleep on cassette with posters

BLCR Laboratories – also known as Bloody Carpet – re-released ECCOJAMs classic Identity Ender by long-time producer Darksleep today with re-designed album art. In addition to the usual pay-what-you-want digital download, Identity Ender is being featured on an edition of ninety cassettes available for $9 per tape, shipping out within five days. There’s also an edition of forty posters featuring […]

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Bedlam Digital re-releases “Women Perfection” by SEPHORA脳バイブス with bonus tracks

German label Bedlam Digital (also known as Bedlam Tapes) re-released Woman Perfection by SEPHORA脳バイブス today as a pay-what-you-want digital download. Advertised as the “JP Deluxe Edition,” the re-release features three tracks not previously featured on the album, which originally came out on 18 September 2014. Check out the album below:   Women Perfection (JP Deluxe Edition) by SEPHORA脳バイブス 0

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AOTW | 6 June – 12 June: Daniel Lopatin – Chuck Person’s ECCOJAMS Vol. 1

Continuing last week’s focus on early vaporwave, this week’s AOTW is Chuck Person’s ECCOJAMS Vol. 1. This album pioneered the extreme chopped-and-screwed style of recognizable pop songs that launched its own couple of subgenres in addition to influencing artists such as Vektroid (e.g. Floral Shoppe, as Macintosh Plus) and Nmesh. It’s narcotic and trippy; Lopatin’s vaporwave classic is an excellent […]

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Daniel Lopatin – Chuck Person’s ECCOJAMS Vol. 1

Recommendation: ☀☀☀ [Originally posted to the SongSavers music blog on 28 March 2016.] In 2010, a one-off side-project of Brooklyn electronic musician Daniel Lopatin took a modern approach to plunderphonics with Chuck Person’s Eccojams Vol. 1, a collection of chopped-and-screwed chart-toppers from the sixties through the noughties that were cut up and slowed down to a “narcotic” pace.1 Entirely made […]

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