But never mind that, we got a 19-minute sequel to one of, if not, the most controversial vaporwave releases ever made. Made by Robin Burnett, aka Wakesleep, aka Internet Club, ... read more
But this is a track made in 2009. This was made in the ringtone rap days, where Lil Wayne circa. Tha Carter III and T-Pain were a blue star of the times, and this song ... read more
Edit: Forgot to mention that both men were in their 30s ... read more
The only material that I can name from DDG. Worst part is they're not even songs.
I kind of feel bad that I can't genuinely name 5 songs from him all that well. I've known his career ever since 2016/2017, but the only songs I can name (without using the album in front of me) are: "Givenchy", "Moonwalking in Calabasas (Remix)", "The Race (Remix)"...and I guess that's it. The only other thing I ... read more
If we were only look at 2013 and his three solo records and collaborated release with Silver Richards, his albums never had a song that go over the 10-minute mark at all. You can look, there isn't one track that gets to that length. Hell, there are no songs that were close to 9 minutes. But to be fair, t e l e p a t h was pretty much solidifying a genre himself and he was solely growing a culmination of ideas ... read more
I heard this through YouTube, and at some point while listening, that "fun fact" above me was something to look up to see if that was true (the idea that this was longer than DIP 1, 2, 3 or 4) and seeing that it passed, the length became more acute and worrying. I was hoping Uzi wouldn't make this album boring at some point and they can keep up the ... read more
I only checked this out because of the buzz this album got... or not ... read more
Cat System Corp. is seen as one of the legends of the vaporwave scene ever since at least 2013. I think why the vaporwave community really likes him is because he provides great album and support for a lot of vaporwave subgenres. He tends to stick with the broader term for "ambient vaporwave" and will work heavily in those subgenres, and a good chunk of the times. he will produce some of the ... read more
Earlier in this account, I made a review about the comedy special/album "Rape Victims are Horny Too" (and I think it's one of my best reviews I've done, even if it's sort of a non-review, check it out.) While I don't think it is that funny, I had to explain that why it wasn't meant for me. Reading a review from a writer on Paste.com (and ... read more
But it's 2013 and here's the debut album under this name. And it's pretty bad for the most part.
The first issue is the slushwave. Yeah, it did have some ... read more
I mean this song is just the epitome of great future funk. Great sample chopping of The Whispers' song, great beat driving the song, and it just never loses energy throughout. If you want to check out future funk, this is an amazing song to start with.
-An album titled "Abstract" that was free-jazz and mostly paralleled to Ornette Coleman. I forgot who the artist was, though.
-"Abstract Art" by K.A.A.N., a rapper who I don't ... read more
(Edit 7/23/23: No, I was right. It is on here twice. https://www.albumoftheyear.org/album/519876--.php is the original post, but it's under the Chinese version of this moniker. But since that moniker isn't tied with this one, it's why it felt like it wasn't added. But back to the review.)
But regardless, this is probably the final Virtual Dream Plaza release. I said before (in my prior review) that the ... read more
I have said before that t e l e p a t h's ... read more