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IDEAL

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IDEAL

Noencity Records is a label out of Hongkong that I have adored since their release of one of my all time favourite EPs, Moe Moe, by Moe Shop back in Fall of 2018. They have released some incredible music from artists like MACROXX 8299, Yung Bae, ミカヅキBIGWAVE and Mark Redito who is responsible for my absolute favourite Underwater Squad remix. Neoncity Records has been at the forfront of nu-disco, future funk, kawaii bass, city pop and all the other vapor adjacent genres without ever pigeonholing themselves out of dropping a cool off genre release. You can dig through and find some synthwave, dream pop or...

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Afterglow

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Afterglow

bl00dwave's 2014 release N E W  V I S U A L S was my introduction to vaporwave and I have remained a fan of their music ever since. The album features collab tracks with heavy hitters  猫 シ Corp and YUNG BAE and was undoubtedly what set me down the path of future funk, city pop, lo-fi and plunderphonics. In late 2015 bl00dwave started moving away from making sample based music and began producing a more retro synth-wave sound. Their 2018 album EGO is where I believe the combination of all of these influences truly harmizes into a perfectly executed record featuring some really dope vocal...

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Sky Tree

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Sky Tree

CubeNatural is an electronic music producer based in Maryland who composes tracks about a cute alien that aimlessly wanders a strange planet. This debut EP "Sky Tree" is a clean 50/50 split between the worlds of breakcore and kawaii bass. Laced with elements of jungle, vaporwave and future funk this release does a lot of things but it takes the time to do them all well. The glitchy vocal samples add a shiny layer of pop to the overall tone. Do not be mistaken because it isn't all fun, when the amens hit, this shit goes off. This album touches on a lot of genres but...

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