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PopZeus
Aug 11, 2010


MrSargent posted:

2DCat (2DCat)
American electronic music producer and synthwave artist (a/k/a retro wave / retrowave, dreamwave, and synthpop). Heavily inspired by the 1980s new wave genre; namely, Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys, and New Order.
SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/2dcat
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/78C...9RxmzIgty9oV8kg

Currently digging this! Very cool sound and great dreamy vocals - I get a Beach House vibe on a few tracks.

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PopZeus
Aug 11, 2010


Did a quick little EP recently, 5 songs 11 min. It's almost completely recorded on a lovely 4-track so it's got a nice, lo-fi, hissy, crackling, dirty basement sound to it. Then I slapped a ton of reverb on it because why not, right? It was fun to limit myself but also happy to not futz around with analog recording for the next thing. Kinda a Vampire on Titus-era GBV, Galaxie 500, Ariel Pink-ish vibe to it.


https://soggy.bandcamp.com/album/omega-baby

PopZeus
Aug 11, 2010


Happy New Year's Eve goons! Have some new music: short, catchy little lo-fi tunes in the vein of GBV/Ween/Ariel Pink with some shoegazey stuff splashed in. Enjoy! (This is the follow up to danny and the cool guys' first album.)

bandcamp link: https://soggy.bandcamp.com/album/wo...r-be-a-skeleton

spotify link: https://open.spotify.com/album/7LGI...PRqylX1aTbk9euA

PopZeus
Aug 11, 2010


JacquelineDempsey posted:

There's a 99% chance that I'm gonna get trashed/high at a New Year's party tonight and start yelling "STOP! GET ME OFF THIS HELICOPTER"

On a more serious note, I had no idea one could get their stuff on Spotify and other streaming services if you weren't signed to a label. I just found a very informative article on it. Which distrubition service do you use? The article says Distro Kid is the way to go.

(sorry if this is a derail, but maybe it'll help someone else old and clueless like me)

edit: Also, I should've mentioned that I really like your stuff so far! Reminds me of a band called The Wallmen that were a pretty big influence when I was in high school in the 80's. Short, fun, Dada-ish stuff. I only have their stuff on 30 year old rotting cassettes and some 7" vinyl, which I should really transfer to digital some day.

edit 2: this derail caused me to Google them after not having thought about them in a while HOLY poo poo THE WALLMEN HAVE A BANDCAMP PAGE okay I'm sorry, I'll settle down now, gotta save my strength for yelling about helicopters later

Awesome I will check The Wallmen out!! And yeah DistroKid was super easy for me to use, I recommend!

PopZeus
Aug 11, 2010


Me and my friends have collectively made a bunch of albums! Check em out: https://soggy.bandcamp.com/

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PopZeus
Aug 11, 2010


New music! It's a postal project a friend and I worked on during quarantine. I had fun pushing my limits a little since I'm usually a lo-fi guitar kinda guy. Lots of chill synths, electronic noises, and keyboards, good for some vibing. Check out Easy Sunday or Zoom Out for the most "single" like tracks if ya want. Best listened to while watching slo-mo videos of water balloons popping. Enjoy!

Order by White Noise Field Recordings

https://soggy.bandcamp.com/album/order


Or on Spotify if you want:
https://open.spotify.com/album/1tEi...2Tgya_Bz_Y1hdDA

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