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Old 02-12-2019, 01:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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As in the title. Several days ago in "Japanese Music" threat I posted "Wakkanai" song by The Dolomites. I referred it was some sort of vaporwave music (or at least, aesthetic stylization pretty similar to vaporwave). And then, I thought to myself...

"What if there's more stuff like this one? The combination of traditional sounds and Internet retro-vibes..."

What do you think about that? Is it actually decent to create such tunes? Or it is rather more like the natural consequence of Internet advancement?

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To start it up: I Have PrÝblemas, project located in NYC that combines vaporwave style and Urugwaian candombe music.

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