No Problema Tapes releases “Still Lives” by Reef Frequency

Reef Frequent is back with their first album since 2017’s exceptional Unknown System Boundary. Available through Chilean label No Problema Tapes, Still Lives is a return to the artist’s vaporwave roots after incorporating progressive electronica on the last album. The album starts of with drone-esque vaporwave samplism, and later on (e.g. “Reach”) it lapses into dreampunk with glitch aesthetics, giving […]

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Hairs aBlazin’ releases “Reef Frequent” by Reef Frequent

The self-titled debut from Reef Frequent was originally released on the Velvet Bazaar label as its third album. Reef Frequent is primarily known for his afterlife trilogy on BLCR Laboratories from 2016 and for the old-school video game tribute (among other things) Unknown System Boundary from last year. He got his start making a mix of modern electronic and vaporhop […]

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Midnight Moon Tapes releases “Unknown System Boundary” by Reef Frequent

After a couple weeks of teasers, the new album by Reef Frequent titled Unknown System Boundary is now available through Midnight Moon Tapes. The release is a twelve-track retro-futuristic odyssey – just listen to it. Read our interview with Reef Frequent concerning the creation of Unknown System Boundary here. Recommended for fans of Obviate by Darksleep. It’s available as a […]

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Artist Interview: Reef Frequent

Reef Frequent is a pseudonymous artist who came to prominence last year with the release of a trilogy of albums on BLCR Laboratories that explored concepts of the afterlife. Three days ago, Reef Frequent (in conjunction with Tiny Mix Tapes) announced the imminent release of his sixth full-length album Unknown System Boundary – along with a music video of “Toxic […]

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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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