I love this album. Yes, it’s true that since this release Moose has evolved and matured immensely as an artist, and rebranded as Abdullah Salah, moved on from File Under_ Records and has done/continues to do amazing work. I highly recommend y’all check out his Bandcamp for the latest. But there is an old-school charm […]
Most artists, setting out to create a retrospective, would choose a track or two from each past album and assemble them into a compilation. Not PcUniverse, who’s approach is always imaginative, creative and adventurous. 17th, as the title implies, is his 17th album. He commemorates this milestone with all new tracks, but created in the […]
Tokyo Health Club just snatched the baton and took it over the finish line. He sets the hook from the very first note, without a weak moment to the last. PLAZASIUM is funky, jazzy, modern, crisp, relaxed, and precise. It is ultra chill, but also sizzles with heat of summer. With confident exactitude, the artist […]
If, at any point during this album, you imagine that you can anticipate what the next track will sound like, you will be mistaken. What you can anticipate is that it will be awesome, and surprising. There is no way to pigeonhole DigiBit. There are elements of post-rock and vaporwave, but it is neither of […]
With a quirky blend of experimental electropop and electronica, and a few samples thrown in to add flavor, Trophy Husband creates a lighthearted yet fully immersive experience to go with your heavily caffeinated beverage. Combining punctual digital percussion, punchy arpeggios, an occasional foray into sweepingly lush ambient and synthwave, and even some flashes of sweet, […]
PcUniverse does it again with an exciting blend of classic vapor and vaporfunk. This tasty recipe includes just a dash of extra slush, a pinch of synthwave, an occasional dip into jazz, textured with some resonant cosmic retro space vibes. The melodies are sentimental, while the atmosphere is dense, but not heavy, as each track […]
We didn’t realize how innocent we were. Getting stoned, wandering aimlessly through the mall, looking for someplace to drop our only $5, the promise of romance and love passing with each cute girl who walked by. The coins that paved the fountain floor looked like barely imaginable wealth, as we joked and fantasized about how […]
Whenever someone asks me what does mallsoft sounds like, I’ll play them this album. Not only will they find the best possible answer to their question, but they will also be fully absorbed into an immersive 1 hr 11 minute mallsoft experience. Nostalgia for the mundane is a pervasive theme of “Marketingwave™” by MAXIMUMDELUX ’93. […]
A pandemic release by Phaeder.
Proudly re-issued the debut album “Black Magic” by Moose.