Dream Catalogue releases “夢市” by 仮想夢プラザ

The next installment to telepath’s long-running 仮想夢プラザ series is here by way of 夢市. The previous albums in the series (which is now at seventy-three releases since 2014) all featured single tracks at half-hours in length; but this time, 夢市 has two, and they’re suites of slowly evolving synthesizers in classic dreampunk style with a bit of telepath’s signature wash. […]

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Elemental 95 releases “მანქანა” by შესასვლელი

That’s the Georgian script, in case you were wondering. Pretty, isn’t it? მანქანა is out on French-American label Elemental 95, from the artist შესასვლელი. This album is two half-hour tracks of lowercase mallsoft – probably the quietest, most furniture-music release in the entire subgenre. It’s available as a pay-what-you-want digital download. Check it out below:   მანქანა by შესასვლელი 0

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Pizzabox Society releases “Strength of Materials” by Ak.R

Strength of Materials by Ak.R is out on Pizzabox Society. This ambient-esque album has quite a bit in common with early Oneohtrix Point Never mixed with classic-style and hypnagogic vaporwave (e.g. “永久に続くオーディオテープ”). At fourteen tracks, it’s one of the more varied albums to come out this year that isn’t a split or compilation. It’s available as a pay-what-you-want digital download […]

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Seikomart releases “DRIVE” by U-HALL法人営業

Get it? U-HALL法人営業? Heh. I chuckled. Anyway, DRIVE is the newest album out on the Seikomart label. The album is four tracks of songs about, well, driving. It’s a classic-style vaporwave album with significant chop/screw and a long-form track courtesy of “Courtesy Driver.” It’s available as a pay-what-you-want digital download. Check it out below:   DRIVE by U-HALL法人営業 2+

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Infinity Frequencies – Computer Decay

Recommendation: ☀☁☁ Computer Decay is the second part of Infinity Frequencies’ Computer concept trilogy, one of the first of its kind in signalwave, if not vaporwave as a whole. New listeners will immediately notice one big difference between this and previous installment Computer Death: it’s much shorter; only nineteen minutes long in comparison to Computer Death‘s thirty-eight. It also utilizes […]

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Illuminated Paths releases “O A K M I L K” by micromagnify

O A K M I L K is “a series of six beat-orientated sound collage experimentations, using a combination of field recording, sampling, tape looping, asynchronous granulating, and melodic synthesising to create a somewhat concise release that is based upon magnifying the micro” by micromagnify, taken from the album’s bandcamp page. It’s the newest album out on Illuminated Paths, and […]

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