Flamingosis – Kahunastyle

Recommendation: ☀☁☁ A lot of future funk tries hard to be funny, retro, or clever – and it appears to be the genre’s downfall. I make no attempt to hide my less-than-favorable impression on the subgenre, mostly because I find that many future funk artists are limiting themselves within it. There’s only so much that one can do with an […]

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Business Casual releases “FEVER!” compilation album

Check out this new album by Business Casual: it’s an extended-play between AESTHETICS PLEASE and UNIBE@T called FEVER!. The five tracks here utilize various staples of future funk, vaporwave, and chillwave music with the classic 80s-esque presentation of their parent label. It’s available as a pay-what-you-want digital download and for $8 USD on cassette. Check it out below:   FEVER! […]

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RKM Records releases “部5 ΞVΛPORΛTΞ” by 脳力. ΞLΞVΛTΞ

Less than two weeks after releasing 部4 ΞVΛPORΛTΞ, 脳力. ΞLΞVΛTΞ is back with the fifth installment to the EVAPORATE series of the fictional Elevate Airways. In contrast to the mostly straightforward sampling of previous albums with a hypnagogic bent, 部5 ΞVΛPORΛTΞ is far more influenced by future funk. Tracks often feature samples of uptempo East Asian pop and funk music […]

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Keats Collective releases “Paradisiac” by Shrimpnose

Old-school future funk, chillwave, and instrumental hip-hop label Keats Collective has released new music from the artist simply – and recognizably – known as Shrimpnose. Paradisiac is seven tracks of lo-fi chillwave with some elements of future funk. Tracks often laze and meander about in drunken rhythms with light, twinkling melodies (e.g. “Hella”). It’s available as a pay-what-you-want digital download. […]

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Artist Interview: KAHN 美的

KAHN 美的 is a future funk and vaporwave producer based out of Perth, Australia who began to produce vaporwave music under this project in early 2016. Recently, his album Big City Nights was featured and released by RKM Records – home to artists such as Suli Hyuga, Cephei, and クレードル(株). Sunbleach sat down with him (at least, as much as […]

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