It’s the music sedated freaks listen to on the neo-dance floor. It’s the jams your funky smartphone mediates to when it’s running low on power and is cool with it. It’s a word that can’t be shouted, only coolly whispered. Vaporwave isn’t vaporware, it’s real. Sssaaadddeee is real.
Machine is your friend. You think it brings you pleasure and purpose — connects you, nourishes you — giving you exactly what you need when you need it. You think it’s your gateway to the world — to community and acceptance, to creativity and ideas, to the buzz of now. You think it offers more than what this moment can give you, more than what’s in front of you, more than the thoughts that compose you. You think that the stream will satisfy you, that the browser will enlighten you, that this app will complete you, that those likes will fill you.
Oltrefuturo is the new solo project of the italian producer Valerio Ebert.
His debut album, “Marshall McLuhan” is completely inspired by the famous theory about the influence of mass media in the society. McLuhan is better known for coining the expressions “The medium is the message” and for predicting the World Wide Web almost thirty years before it was invented.
Oltrefuturo is a melancholic noise/industrial with a lot of ambient influences. An uncertain time dimension, in wich the past and the future converge in a melancholic present.
Second album for Grant Summer
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After weed music is a dreamy album made out of random loops from the huge sound library of Time Time Machine Machine.
As the title suggests, listen it in relaxing times
“Simply” is the second album from the “Summer’s project” by E. Summer.
After the success of the first album “Music made out of music” E. Summer is back with more classic ambient tracks. “Simply” puts plenty of focus on both together highlights tone and atmosphere but it is more strictly concerned with structure and technique compared with “Music made out of music”.
Abstract is one of the key of this album. More specifically, it’s abstract expressionism like color and shape on a paint, here fill sounds and textures.
Something particular about the cover. Every track has a different cover but all related with the main album’s one.
Grant Summer is the first artist behind the “Summer’s project”. Further info about it soon on these pages
From synthesized patterns melting into intense pads, ethereal dub lines blending with glitch, gentle electronica and a certain neo-classical aesthetics, “Music made out of music” paints new grounds and plays with textures to achieve a soothing and swirling dive in experience for the listener.
This album is based to a video installation at the Tokyo forum of modern art shown on April 1st 2016.
Here the video
Born in Tokyo, his sounds comes from the 80’s. Old Logos is a series of “concept albums” about old TV and VHS logos mixed by synths and old machines for a nostalgic listening of the 80’s ambient music. Does it make any sense?