I had the pleasure of speaking with the talented Dean Terry AKA Tupperwave to discuss, among other things, what he’s been up to during the lockdown, his newest music.
That classic feeling of overwhelming discovery was two-fold with Vaporwave, as part of the allure of the scene, was the anonymity of the artists and their work. In came Pad Chennington.
VILL4IN is, for my money, one of the better labels in the Vaporwave game today. Sure, there are many labels out there doing what Ben (the founder) does, but not many do it better. I firmly believe that VILL4IN is a cut above in quality of product, customer service, and its active roster of artists.
Today, I’ve got an interview for you all with one of the definitive Ambient musicians of not only his generation but any generation. Robert Rich is a man who needs no introduction
A handful of years ago, I fully immersed myself into the Vaporwave scene. One of the first Vaporwave records I ever bought was Escape to New York by Ursula’s Cartridges. Since then, Ursula’s Cartridges has become a staple of my Vaporwave listening sessions.
The plague is upon us, but Kurt Gluck, AKA Submerged, isn’t too worried. He’s come to learn that he prefers isolation.
Miami Nights 1984, aka Michael Glover, is one of the pioneers of the current Synthwave scene. Early Summer and Turbulence are classics of the scene. His nostalgically lo-fi synth soundscapes are perfect for vibing out on your next late-night drive.
The rare artist comes in hot and continues to impress. Producer and musician Ben Braun has done that with his project Hotel Pools. Ben has already produced three modern-day indie-electronic classics under the moniker.
Timecop1983, real name Jordy Leenaerts, is an Electronic/Synth artist who has been in the game for several years now. In that time, he’s released a few studio albums, some of which are absolutely essential to any collection regardless of which format you collect.
Albums like Soft Channel, Deep Thoughts and Dark Web are some of the finest the genre has to offer. Today, I’ve got none other than Keith Rankin with us. He’s a great guy and I was happy to get to know him better.