While digging through Facebook, I came across a post from the homie Brainwavve requesting links to recently released music, which of course resulted in an instant post save from me. There was quite a bit to choose from in terms of genre, style and so on, but one of the album covers really caught my attention. This, of course, was d(-_-)b‘s recent release, Ambient Minimalistic Turntableisms. I gave it a listen, and I was pleasantly surprised by the breakbeats used as a skeleton for a wide range of ambient and lush sounds, leaving an interesting gap that allows the listener to almost exist in the midst of each track. The songs oscillate between hip-hop and techno-esque sounds, further bridging style and sonic gaps. If you’re into instrumental, low key and/or experimental sounds, I’d say this one is for you. Check it out, donate a buck or two if you can, and spread it around for others to experience!
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As 2020 continues to truck along, (iN)Sect Records moves right along with it in terms of releasing top quality music. Recently, San Antonio-based glitch synthpop mastermind Brainwavve rolled out his latest release, FUTURESOON, a collection of colorful sounds and textures with a driving force behind it. The mostly instrumental collection gives plenty of emotional shades, and the three unique features from Bragglights, Black Davinciii and Honey Son only add to the range of experience. As far as the electronic soundscape of Texas, it looks like Brainwavve is firmly set as a key member of the scene, and FUTURESOON is a strong statement of that fact. Check it out, share it around for others, and if you’ve got the funds, jump over to his Bandcamp and donate a few bucks.
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