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Early dream pop, early chill wave? Whatever it is, “The Waves” by Outer Limits is a true gem from the 60s.
Before Neon Indian there was VEGA, and if you love Neon Indian, Synth Pop, or Retrowave then you need to hear Well Known Pleasures.
Uncover a lost classic from Swedish model turned singer, Virna Lindt.
Find yourself at the juncture of Dark and Light as you discover the most relaxing song from Hansson & Karlsson's, Man At The Moon.
Hype Williams covers Sade's lost classic, "The Sweetest Taboo", and shows us what it means to obsess over pop music, be weirder than everyone else, and make music that sounds nothing like its influences.
Jazz fusion has been around for decades, but who knew Phil Collins and Flying Lotus had the same take on it?
This is the stuff we live for....weirdos making love songs with synthesizers.
There’s some early-rap style happening here and the bass-line reminds us of cheesy, but heavy, dance scenes in epic teen movies like Mac and Me and Teen Witch.
There’s nothing cooler than a guy looking this nerdy and making music that rivals Cyndi Lauper’s “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”.
Deep Freeze’s aesthetic throughout their album covers, song titles, and production is unapologetically D.I.Y. and full of wonder.