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  1. MEL Magazine has a great article on Mallwave/Vaporwave, and the "false nostalgia" listeners too young to have directly experienced it have and why: https://melmagazine.com/en-us/story/the-teens-who-listen-to-mallwave-are-nostalgic-for-an-experience-theyve-never-had Another great example of Mallwave/Vaporwave: https://mistakenforrobots.bandcamp.com/
  2. Note the company who makes the first cassette And of course, amazing music by HOME
  3. [vimeo]55006097[/vimeo] It also has a superb soundtrack, which you can download from the creator's website: Tracklist: Memorex Intro VHS Head - Ident Boxcutter - TV Troubles Cuticle - Towel Leyland Kirby - Neon Lit Atoms Peaking Lights - Synthy Hype Williams - Mitsubishi Boards Of Canada - On A Rolling Sea LA Vampires Featuring Matrix Metals - So Unreal Rene Hell - Bordes Of Heaven Laurie Anderson - O Superman (Smash TV Rewind) VHS Head - Seen Enough Outer Limits Recordings - Julie Boards Of Canada - Dave (I'm A Real Traditionalist) Ford & Lopatin - Rock Center Paranoia Hype Williams - Businessline LA Vampires Goes Ital - Tons Of Love Boards Of Canada - Iraq Says / Nine-Rubber Wisdom Niggas With Guitars - Milky White Loverboy - When It's Over (Brian E Remix / Smash TV Rewind) Thompson Twins - If You Were Here (Smash TV Rewind) Memorex Outro And here's the original Skinemax video, in case you missed it the first time: [vimeo]29999445[/vimeo]
  4. As 2019 approaches, the realisation that close to 10 years has passed since Warp20 is... quite a sobering thought. I remember Warp20 being quite the celebration by Warp; a massive and lavish box set was released with some special treats (Autechre - Oval Moon (IBC Mix), wew), plenty of live shows (including a memorable night at Sheffield's Magna - that Squarepusher set remains etched in my mind to this day), screenings at Park Hill Flats and the pop-up Warp shop... everything related to Warp20 just had a good vibe to it. Warp30 approaches. Will we see as much fervour and exaitment as Warp20? I'd like to think Warp will want to go large again, in one way or another. In the meantime, consider this a nostalgia thread if nothing else. I'll pull some old related pics and stuff from the archive, if only to have a little corner of watmm dedicated to some good ol' Warpy times. Feel free to do likewise! In that spirit, here's an old pinch of mine from 2009 - it was screened the Friday before the main weekend celebrations in Sheffield (I think I've seen a similar rip surface on youtube before, but in worse quality) Artwork
  5. Someone has tracked in a Google Spreadsheet all the songs played on the late-70's - 80's US sitcom "WKRP In Cincinnati". This is a thing of beauty. WKRP Pilot Episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTpvqUvMkzQ
  6. An exclusive single from the extended 2x12" vinyl release of the album 'Nothing Left To Abandon': https://clocolan.bandcamp.com/track/the-most-vivid-shade-of-green Original digital release of 'Nothing Left To Abandon' available now from Enpeg: https://enpeg.bandcamp.com/album/nothing-left-to-abandon Extended vinyl release arriving later this year.​
  7. Spotted on twoism, short but sweet compilation. My favourite is the hexagon ident.
  8. https://soundcloud.com/shane_anthony/boards-of-canada-reel-to-reel-mixtape Cheers! Shane
  9. http://maisonblanche.bandcamp.com/ After going through a creative lull, I wanted to try my hand at a bit of vaporwave, and these 14 tracks are the result. Short, sweet, and nostalgic, Maison Blanche will make you drift to a time where VHS was king, perfume and fashion ads were cheekily sensual and that your cable preview channel was your only solace in a amnesiac night of boredom. Each tracks was named after once prominent, but long since defunct businesses in the metro New Orleans area, making this a hazy love letter to days gone past. So sit back, relax, take a deep breath, and let the vapors do the rest...
  10. i think we all have those nostalgic songs that transport us back to the warm, cuddly place where all our troubles seem far, far away. plees, if u would be so kind as to share some of them with us..
  11. roasty

    Sonique

    Anyone else have fond memories of this program?
  12. http://www.cyndustries.com/synapse/intro.cfm Some amazing stuff in here! For example:
  13. I cannot sing the praises of this release enough, but I will make an earnest attempt. There's something so ethereally beautiful about this album that I feel I'm doing it a disservice to do the "let's break down this work of art with words on the internet" thing, but I want to connect with some folks out there who have also been touched by it. It masterfully oscillates between forlorn and optimistic, while not being overbearing in either direction (see: Elliot Smith or Animal Collective). It's employs all the modern production techniques of the time it was released, yet is timeless sounding due to its use of live instrumentation and nonsense lyrics. It could have come out this year, or could be a digital remaster of some psychadelic rock band from the 70s. The lyrics themselves, devoid of any literal meaning, don't allow a difference in worldview between the artist & listener to get in the way of the emotion being expressed with the voice as an instrument. The unpronounceable title of the album & lack of track titles couldn't be more fitting for the musical content within.
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