Sunset Grid releases “有限 EP” by DEEP DREAM インターフェース

The 有限 EP is a five-track EP by DEEP DREAM インターフェース, available through Australian label Sunset Grid. This work is primarily hypnagogic drift with some goofy moments such as the playful “long way 2 go”. Opening track “information center” and fourth track “@lovetown” have slushwave textures. This release is available as a pay-what-you-want digital download. Check it out below:   […]

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Adhesive Sounds releases “Mystic Rhythms & Blue Evening Glass” by Finlii

Here we have new music from Finlii titled Mystic Rhythms & Blue Evening Glass. Freshly out on Adhesive Sounds, this album merges instrumental hip-hop, dreampunk, and synthwave for an eclectic mix akin to some of the works by Methyr. Recommended for fans of labels such as Question Records and & Options. It’s available as a pay-what-you-want digital download and for […]

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Bogus Collective releases “Abysm” by 満潮

Abysm is a new thirteen-track album of “oceangrunge” music from 満潮, which translates as “High Tide”. Abysm is constructed of short samples of pop music and alternative rock that is pitch-/tempo-shifted to a heavy amount (akin to classic-style vaporwave) in addition to significant reverb effects and filters to sound as if the album is being played underwater. Recommended for fans […]

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Online Records releases “MULTIMEDIA” by .html

MULTIMEDIA is a single long-form track of vapordrone music with lo-fi production from .html, available through Online Records. This track will appeal to fans of the deeper Online Records library that generally focuses on drone, noise, and musique concrete; although without the noise or sound collage atmosphere that some of those albums have. It’s available as a pay-what-you-want digital download. […]

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Bedlam Tapes double release: Vincent Remember and Hantasi

Bedlam Tapes released two albums yesterday: Culture Vulture by Vincent Remember and CA S  T LE by Hantasi. The former album is an ECCOJAMS/vaporhop release that utilizes plunderphonics sampling to mix together various hip-hop/R&B samples and other pop jams. The entire album is self-referential, with several tracks (e.g. “The Jam (420 Remix)” and “Touch the Ground”) using similar samples and calling back to […]

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