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Neil Scrivin - This Has No Longer Been the Future

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On 11/3/2019 at 11:50 AM, dr lopez said:

the VHS head extended universe is getting kinda boring. wish ade would put out more stuff

Man, me too. There was so much good stuff on his Soundcloud that seemed to just fade away and I can't find it anymore.

I will say I still love all the music that comes from all these guys, it's a lot of fun and does so many things I only hear in their little niche. It's like visiting a small region.

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On 11/3/2019 at 1:50 PM, dr lopez said:

the VHS head extended universe is getting kinda boring. wish ade would put out more stuff

As much as love Scrivin I worry about burnout on his stuff myself. I wish it'd spur on more from other producers as well. Still geeking out over this though but I'm a sucker for this niche.

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