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e_tuna

  1. Boulder, Colorado
  2. Electronic
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  1. Ultra Rare Vol 1
    by Mystery Skulls
    00:00/00:00
    Together Together
  2. VESSEL
    by LORN
    00:00/00:00
    ANVIL ANVIL
  3. Guardians Of The Zone
    by TWRP
    00:00/00:00
    Makin' a Move Makin' a Move
  4. Fever Daydream
    by The Black Queen
    00:00/00:00
    Secret Scream Secret Scream
  5. life.
    by jinsang
    00:00/00:00
    genesis genesis
  6. Flavored
    by Pop Up!
    00:00/00:00
    Yep. Yep.
  7. EP
    by Mystery Skulls
    00:00/00:00
    Brainsick Brainsick
    This is in the groove, sensual and expertly textured. Although Mystery Skulls doesn't have a classically attractive voice, they've got an addictive vulnerability that meshes well with the highly emotional content of the music. This EP builds to the climactic final song: a beautifully funky, gritty dancer with a killer hook. My only complaint is that it's too short.
  8. Weightless
    by Pogo
    00:00/00:00
    There You Are There You Are
  9. Fresh Squeezed
    by Limes
    00:00/00:00
    Hooplah Hooplah
  10. The Black Box
    by aivi & surasshu
    00:00/00:00
    Nucleus Nucleus
  11. 486DX
    by MASTER BOOT RECORD
    00:00/00:00
    33MHz 33MHz
  12. Lost In Symmetry
    by Droid Bishop
    00:00/00:00
    Time Runner Time Runner
    Mellow yet driving. Pulsing and spacey. Synthy and powerful. Drawing healthy influence from Daft Punk and the 80's aesthetic while not letting those influences drown out personal style, Lost In Symmetry conjures a sense of deep space, of exploration, and of human connection through emotional synthscapes supported by a bulbous bass backbone.
  13. Atlas
    by FM-84
    00:00/00:00
    Running In The Night (feat. Ollie Wride) Running In The Night (feat. Ollie Wride)
  14. Endless Summer
    by The Midnight
    00:00/00:00
    Endless Summer Endless Summer
  15. Moonlight
    by Vanilla
    00:00/00:00
    Keep On Keep On
  16. Origin
    by Vanilla
    00:00/00:00
    Footsteps Footsteps
  17. Sweet Talk
    by Vanilla
    00:00/00:00
    Sweet Talk Sweet Talk
  18. Transhumanism
    by Tommy '86
    00:00/00:00
    The Shutdown of Humanity The Shutdown of Humanity
    Heavy synth work and gritty chords dominate this high energy effort that draws heavy influence from the likes of Perturbator and Carpenter Brut. While some songs suffer a lack of identity and therefore bleed into each other, it's made up for by clear, quality production.
  19. The Wrath of Code
    by Dan Terminus
    00:00/00:00
    Tuned to a Dead Channel Tuned to a Dead Channel
    Although some of these tracks fail to meaningfully differentiate from each other, that doesn't take away from the relentless, ground-teeth procession of dark synth consistently driving forward. An eclectic and aurally diverse album, it's a fantastic passive listen.
  20. Escape Velocity
    by Dynatron
    00:00/00:00
    The Pulsating Nebula The Pulsating Nebula
  21. Starfighter
    by Night Runner
    00:00/00:00
    Starlight Starlight
    Clean and moody, 'Starfighter' plays around nicely with different themes and settings. Unfortunately it falls back on uninspired patches and stale construction, never really going anywhere. That being said, it serves very well in the background.
  22. Odyssey
    by SunSquabi
    00:00/00:00
    Squabcat Squabcat
    I caught thier first show at The Fox and I've been squabbin' ever since! Crunchy jam with a well-sharpened edge, this album is overflowing with gooey funk, sweet as honey. One FAT serving of SunSquabi is never enough. Squabcat is classic Squab, is best Squab.
  23. Deluxe EP
    by SunSquabi
    00:00/00:00
    Pygmy Up Feat. Russ Liquid Pygmy Up Feat. Russ Liquid
  24. Falling Into Place
    by HOME
    00:00/00:00
    Head First Head First
  25. Odyssey
    by HOME
    00:00/00:00
    Odyssey Odyssey
    At times danceable, at times chill, Odyssey is true to it's name, holding your hand through what can best be described as a graceful quest through space and time. This album deserves to be listened in full.
  26. Before The Night
    by HOME
    00:00/00:00
    Above All Above All
    Although sometimes repetitive, each song has a unique and complex timbre. With beats that effortlessly get the foot tapping, the shining and memorable first half of this album give way to a slower, more ambient back end reminiscent of Tycho.
  27. Hit Vibes
    by SAINT PEPSI
    00:00/00:00
    Strawberry Lemonade Strawberry Lemonade
    Here's a bubbly, four-on-the-floor vapor induced dance album that screams of big sunglasses, synchronized roller skating and neon smiles. Feel good music at its best, it's easy to catch your foot unconsciously tapping along.
  28. Fantasy
    by Night Tempo
    00:00/00:00
    Catch! Catch!
  29. Non Paradisi
    by GosT
    00:00/00:00
    Commencement Commencement
  30. Behemoth
    by GosT
    00:00/00:00
    Master Master
    GosT has a very distinctive sound, of which the word 'harsh' would be an understatement. Blood Music to its core, brutality and grime splatter this album the way a certain woodchipper in 'Fargo' paints the white earth red. Even while sometimes falling flat and failing to break the chains of repetition, Behemoth is nonetheless comfortable in its skin, nicely suited to violent gaming and angry busy music.
  31. No Tomorrow
    by Le Matos
    00:00/00:00
    No Tomorrow feat PAWWS No Tomorrow feat PAWWS
    A fun song from a fun movie, ironically upward-looking in the face of apocalypse.
  32. Coming Soon 2007-2011
    by Le Matos
    00:00/00:00
    88mph (Video Edit) 88mph (Video Edit)
    Much of this album is rough around the edges, which is to be expected of a compilation of early tracks. However, beneath the healthy Daft Punk influence (which blanketed the entire scene in the 'naughts), the elements that have come to define Le Matos are still undeniably present: long developing, smooth but gritty, melodic, driven synth house with machine guns for bass lines. A toss up between Quiet Earth and 88mph, I had to choose the funkier of the two.
  33. RGB
    by Anachronist
    00:00/00:00
    Velleity Velleity
    This is a criminally under-appreciated heavy hitter! Interesting chord progressions speckled among conventional compositions yield a highly satisfying synth affair. RGB is high on melodies, grungy basslines and high octane beats.
  34. The Uncanny Valley
    by PERTURBATOR
    00:00/00:00
    Death Squad Death Squad
    Fully embracing a post-apocalyptic timbre, Perturbator's latest gritty release captures nicely the brutality and pessimism of a cyberpunk dystopian retro-future. It's Kent's signature sound in a fresh context.
  35. U Melt Me
    by Fla.mingo
    00:00/00:00
    Air Asia Air Asia
    There's good stuff on this record: good vibes, good times, good moves and good tunes to dance to. It drags a little here and there, but otherwise is a really fun listen--Air Asia is a giddy, driving floor-filler that is currently on repeat.
  36. PZA
    by PZA
    00:00/00:00
    LAVENDER TOWN LAVENDER TOWN
    This vapor is the sort that condenses on a cavern ceiling while the beats and rhythms echo far below. While 'LAVENDER TOWN' is what keeps me coming back, the rest of the album is s o l i d. I'm often indifferent to trap elements but I love what PZA does with them.
  37. Blank Banshee 0
    by Blank Banshee
    00:00/00:00
    Teen Pregnancy Teen Pregnancy
    Blank Banshee shies away from the more grating vaporwave elements (ie low-pitched, ad nauseam repetition). He combines the catchy and melodic aspects of vapor with varied, concrete and linear 808 beats resulting in a very accessible album. It successfully retains the semblance of originality even while utilizing classic vapor sampling, which can't be said of countless other low-effort vaporwave releases.
  38. Night Stalker
    by Carpenter Brut
    00:00/00:00
    Night Stalker Night Stalker
    Standard Carpenter Brut--in the best way possible. Keep 'em coming.
  39. C:\>FIXMBR
    by MASTER BOOT RECORD
    00:00/00:00
    +000hex +000hex
  40. C:\>EDIT AUTOEXEC.BAT
    by MASTER BOOT RECORD
    00:00/00:00
    SET PATH=C:\METAL SET PATH=C:\METAL
    MBR takes his usual punch-to-the-gut, rapid fire, grimy chipmetal and anchors it with doom and gloom. The first and last track are slower and growling, drudging on and thereby framing the fast-paced interior of the album. This results in a cohesive and well paced album, but nonetheless one song in particular catches my ear.
  41. C:\>EDIT CONFIG.SYS
    by MASTER BOOT RECORD
    00:00/00:00
    FILES=666 FILES=666
  42. C:\>COPY *.* A: /V
    by MASTER BOOT RECORD
    00:00/00:00
    README.NFO README.NFO
    MBR continues his rapid-fire string of punchy, hard hitting, creative and interesting metal chiptune releases. Original and captivating, each song is a pedal-to-the-metal machine gun of beautifully grimy synth awesomeness. While C:\>CHKDSK /F remains a stronger album, C:\>Copy *.* A: /V has almost as much in store for the 16-bit bogan.
  43. C:\>CHKDSK /F
    by MASTER BOOT RECORD
    00:00/00:00
    BAYAREA.BMP BAYAREA.BMP
    Fresh blood dripping from a surgeon's scalpel, this top-heavy crusher exploits the emotive melody, varied composition and explosive synth work that MASTER BOOT RECORD has, in a very short time, become known for. The strength of the songwriting makes it very hard to pick a favorite song.
  44. Dreamrider
    by Lazerhawk
    00:00/00:00
    Oneiric Oneiric
    A crisp, lush and therapeutic haze of digital waves. This album takes a step back and a long look at the harmonic possibilities of synth soundscapes.
  45. Volume 1
    by Magic Sword
    00:00/00:00
    Sword Of Truth Sword Of Truth
    True to their name, Magic Sword's tracks conjure a sense of glory, of purpose, of medieval bearded battle, of honor and celebration and sorcery. Volume 1 somehow achieves with synthesizers the feeling of ages long past. With crushing, huge hooks that drone deliciously forward, this album is pure determination and resolve.