Saturday, November 15, 2014

Torn Hawk - Let's Cry And Do Pushups At The Same Time


Torn Hawk - Let's Cry And Do Pushups At The Same Time
MEXICAN SUMMER
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Friday, November 7, 2014

Ta-Ha - BUTTERFLYZ


https://tuaregshawty.bandcamp.com/

Thursday, October 30, 2014

D/P/I - MN.ROY

D/P/I - MN.ROY
R-CH-V


Friday, May 9, 2014

Torn Hawk Boiler Room Paris Live/AV Set and Q&A


Torn Hawk (Luke Wyatt) Boiler Room Paris Live/AV Set and Q&A
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Torn Hawk is the talk of the town right now and it's for good reason...this is exactly why...


Thursday, April 17, 2014

EGYPTIAN SPORTS NETWORK - INTERSTITIAL LUXOR


EGYPTIAN SPORTS NETWORK - INTERSTITIAL LUXOR
Spencer Clark and Matthew Mondanile (Ducktails)
Lio in  Cyan features Mark Mcguire

This futuristic tale of a Zero Gravity Sports network's soundtrack being transmitted from the Olympic Space Station via Satellite feed, revealing an intuitive feel for the grace and immensity of space when brought into conjuction with the next advent in Transglobal Sports News Interstitial music. Five pieces of high energy portal from the difficult listening and metallic abstraction of "2042 Zero G Olypmics" to the Global Space Station Club Hit "JAI-LAi Nightclub." A modern soundtrack to a film such as Carl Sagan's "Cosmos," ESN combines the the tele-prompt madness of current Global Sports Network with that of the blissful repetitions of ‘70s Minimalism. Think Sportscenter, but Intuit the the stream of your consciousness fed through satellites as it breaks through into the ether. "Like Christine Amanpour on Acid", quoted from BBC Analyst.


Friday, February 28, 2014

Nmesh - Dream Sequins®


Nmesh -  Dream Sequins®
AMDISCS
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"Finally, as if proving life remains within this chastised genre, 2014 has produced vaporwave’s magnum opus, an album which rises phoenix-like from the ashes. Dream Sequins®, the latest album from ex-heavy metal drummer/prolific electronic experimentalist Nmesh, is the kind of record the genre needed, a real slap in the face to haters and detesters alike. The album surpasses Eccojams Vol.1, Far Side Virtual and even FLORAL SHOPPE in its grandiosity and scope, taking the genre, and all music, into uncharted, stratospheric territory." - The Essential