So, we got all these underground, (I)nternet, or “imprints of nothing big” labels. Their attractive fetish is physical/being art that mangles, warps, or scratches. But what’s the progression of that? Like, in the future, a popular/struggling (essentially FREE) art form will exist because of abundant interest and the accelerating rate of technology. The fetish of that art will spark because of vast engineering skills, innovative software, and recycled manufacturing robots available for consumers to purchase and then produce — I’ll say — cartridge/CD games playable on Nintendo, Sega, Atari, etc. consoles. Imagine your favorite synth jammist, alongside the raddest 1989 grid-graphixx specter and programming wordsmith sending their basement made game to an old school cartridge manufacturing dude. Receive an open-world Sega cartridge in the mail made that year. Play ad nauseum.
Where “our” generation is old here: we will claim that the music has everything to do with that art. I’d say, ‘This herrr is a flagrant knockoff of Deep Magic’s Moon Glyph release Altars of Veneration. Specifically, the track “Untitled VI.”’ *smh @old-man-Morrissey* Alex Gray (via gchat): “[Altars of Veneration is] pretty personal to me; its all pretty weird, honestly.” It’s the adventure. The music. Laying back and listening … #inmyday. When’s the last time you tried that? Pick up Altars of Veneration from Moon Glyph and practice. “Untitled VI” is on the last bit ah reel. So start stretching!