From Jeff Davis Sent Fri, Aug 24th 2018, 19:08
The style reference canon for this phase of VW is : Chuck Person's Eccojams (Danial Lopatin aka OneOhTrixPoint Never) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unN7QvSWSTo and Macintosh Plus Floral Shoppe (I never would have financed the vinyl release of this if I would have known it was going to cause so much drama) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cCq0P509UL4 many many many other releases which are much less inspired thanks, Jeffrey J Davis email@example.com www.jeffreyjdavis.com 218.833.2847 On Fri, Aug 24, 2018 at 12:36 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Thanks, Jeff! Also thx for posting some other VW suggestions a week or so > ago. I saved the email and hope to have time to get back to it soon. > > And Laurent, no need to be sorry! I certainly agree that if all Neko-Shi > Corp. did was slow down an existing b-side, that's not very creative. One > of these days I might try to track down the original b-side and compare. > But tbh, IDGAF because the end result sounds so good! If somebody else > enjoyed the VW version even HALF as much as me, my post will have been worth > it. > > cheers, > phase > > > > On Fri, 24 Aug 2018, Jeff Davis wrote: > >> Not really a breakthrough VW track, but artist = Neko-shi Corporation >> (Cat Corporation) > > > > > On Fri, 24 Aug 2018, Laurent Knauth wrote: > >> Well, sorry for being ? that guy ? but ? although i didn't study the >> arrangement carefully ?,this ? vaguewa$ ?version doesn't sound much of a >> breakthrough to me. >> >> I mean most, if not all of the italo-dance 45's b-sides were actually >> instrumental versions, this Valerie Dore single being no exception. If you >> aim to vaporwave yourself, Den Harrow's ? Future Brain ?, is another >> italo-favorite ? although not as classy maybe ! >> >> As a kid, i often used to prefer the b-sides over the a-ones and, much >> later, often wondered whether the Franck de Wulf's ? B-Sides ? alias was >> named after that !