Vaporwave (British English: vapourwave)[10] is an electronic music subgenre [11] that originated in the early 2010s and spread over the next half of the decade among various Internet communities. It is characterized by a nostalgic or surrealist fascination with entertainment, technology and advertising of the 1980s and 1990s, and styles of both corporate and popular music such as lounge music, smooth jazz and elevator music. Sampling is prevalent within the genre, with samples often pitched down, layered or altered (earlier in a classic chopped and screwed style). Many have interpreted vaporwave music as a critique or reflection on consumer capitalism and popular culture, as its name alludes to vaporware, a term for products that are announced but never released.[1] The visual style of vaporwave (as seen on album covers and music videos) is commonly referred to as aesthetics (often stylized as "AESTHETICS", with fullwidth characters).[12] The style often involves classical sculpture, web design, surrealism, low-poly computer renderings, glitch art, VHS recordings, cassette tapes, Japanese art and cyberpunk tropes.[11][1][not in citation given] A euphoric driving experience. Think Desert Bus with a stronger narrative.
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MS Windows, Mac OS X
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Unity (any product)

Kayleigh Macleod (@SystemErrorKaye)

Graham Hill (@GH_Esquire)

Gaz Robinson (@ViewtifulGaz)

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