Not every day I introduce a break album in the daily releases but today we have a sweet one from the one and only Lobster Theremin and Globex Corp. I’d a 12″ vinyl I’m really tempted to purchase, I just wish I could listen to more of the tracks. I love when two labels combine to produce a new sound.
LT-GLOBE-XXX by Various Artists (12″ Vinyl – LT-GLOBE-XXX)
Sweet, a collaboration album with Lobster Theremin and Globex Corp. The first collab between the two labels can now be yours on a 12″ with a killer lobster cartoon vinyl label that probably looks pretty cool spinning. You only get a chance to listen to one song, a great break beat but I wish I could hear what the rest of the album had to make the decision if I wanted this 12 inch.
1 9 9 3 by TUPPERWAVE (Second Edition Purple Cassette)
TUPPERWAVE is back with a repressing of his July released album, 1 9 9 3. This album can be yours own a killer purple cassette and if that wasn’t cool enough, he’s throwing in MiniCD which contains the ” 死んだ内部 _ 復活させない (｡x‿x｡) ” EP. It’s a classic album and I know a lot of people are excited to see this repressed. So don’t miss it.
This is the kind of dark industrial music I like. Deep bass, techno beats and samples that fit really well. I suggest listening to the song Boxed. The album art is kind of uninspiring from the looks but actually after listening to the album it fits perfectly. I just worry some might think it’s a stock image. but with the name Stock Model, maybe that is the point.
In typical form for 7form, an experimental album that is more a practice of how much you can tolerate vs what is enjoyable. but to be honest, I love it. I never know what I’m going to get from this label. Also what’s up with the image lol, it’s an interest edit with the over saturation to the right but what is the context.
The darker side of industrial experimental. Fake HKE is starting to annoy a lot of people in the scene and its concerning. So I don’t know how I feel about writing about this release. We talk often and he shares his thoughts to me on the scene but when I see my good friends or other media in the scene say they banned him it’s difficult to want to associate myself.
This is pure experimental vaporwave in the idea that it was probably his first time playing with a DAW and learning how to use effects. It’s an interesting interpretation of what vaporwave means to someone while still trying to push the boundaries of what music is. This is a different release from First Class Collective so we are seeing FCC is changing their sound a little bit while still sticking to vaporwave, maybe.
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