The main album he is talking about in the video actually came out in 2014, during vaporwave's peak.Aside from bumping up an older thread, I see someone posted a video questioning the current situation with vaporwave with a recent release....
Thanks, I wasn't sure of these things since I'm not too fully into the vaporwave stuff than a passing glance at some tracks. I did kinda dig the use of that still shot of what I think is Amuro Ray from Gundam 0079.Copying this from the Bandcamp thread:
This album, in my opinion, is vaporwave's magnum opus. It takes new age music and vaporwave and sticks them together to create a very immersive and deep album. It sounds like you are exploring the ruins of Tokyo underwater. If you like vaporwave in any form check this out.
The main album he is talking about in the video actually came out in 2014, during vaporwave's peak.
Not really- it's just an older form of music. I remember in 2011, that was when the Macintosh 420 Plus song came out and it kind of kickstarted the movement.so is vaporwave fuckin dead or not?