Crime Is a Disease, and I'm The Cure. Simply deleting your post may cause the spam filter to catch future ones. The Wrong Arm Of The Law Is Back. Direct links to major video sites are preferred e. Favorite track: Pierced By Shears. No Porn, Gore, or Death. Please see for a more detailed explanation.
Or the times that I really thought something was hiding in my closet. Maniac 1980 by Cluster Buster Pages: 1. In order to have your post accepted, if you can, find or submit a copy of the video on another website like YouTube or Vimeo and resubmit it. It makes you feel like you're not living your best life anymore, the song has this tragic feel to it yet at the same time gives a sense of nostalgia that makes you crack a bittersweet smile. If the video has a watermark, it also may be licensed by a third party. Welcome to Camp Crystal Lake.
Or when I would stare for hours out the window because I just knew that someone, or some thing, was lurking in the shadows, just beyond where I could see. This is obviously very similar in many ways to our contemporary culture, but here acts as an uncanny, faded echo now that things are so different, but so very similar. State of the art security. The whole movement is a postmodern multimedia thing, so really the sound of the music is only one small part of the overall effect. Audio over a static image or slideshow may also violate Rule 0. Axe You a Few Questions. Lots of horror-inspired darkstroll tracks with oodles of electronic drum fills.
Head on below to enjoy this list! When reporting, please explain why you think it should be removed. The Human Has Been Neutralised. Fake information , 123 fake street, etc also falls under this rule. It gives homages to films like Maniac, Terminator, Robocop, Friday The 13th, and more. And Decay is by far the perfect song for it, it's melancholic and fits the aesthetic of the video. All those memories come flooding back and I remember the times I was scared to walk upstairs when the lights at the top were off.
Gearing Up for the Showdown. So as far as Synthwave as a catch-all including things like Vaporwave and Chillwave, as well as many other offshoots and subgenres , a lot of it is trying to evoke 'shared cultural memory'. They Call Her One Eye. A New Dimension In Terror. It is not as aggressive as producers like Carpenter Brut or Perturbator, but what it lacks in intensity at times it makes up for in spookiness, effectively keeping Cluster Buster qualified as a dark synth producer. You cannot download any of those files from here.
Messages should be sent as a modmail to. Nostalgia doesn't actually have to be based on real memories, and our popular culture is capable of creating feelings of attachment and meaning for us as individuals when, for example, we may not have ever felt that way or even been alive at the time. Today we can experience feelings of comfort and nostalgia for these things as a result of our shared cultural memory, and the music uses that to its advantage. Nightmares in a Damaged Brain. .
It's also obviously all wrapped up in an Internet culture of memes, participation and identity fluidity as well - you see a lot of people commenting on these videos 'in character', roleplaying a weird, dreamy, retrofuturist persona like with the fully spaced 'v a p o r w a v e' comments and posts, and other tongue-in-cheek behaviour. Pop culture in the time period that Synthwave music pulls its iconography from was pushing a hyper-capitalist, futurist ideology in which exciting new technology and dreamy, luxurious lifestyles were presented to us constantly through the media in a way that they never had been before. The effect of this music that evokes that particular time period through sampling, using specific types of synth, polyphonic textures and artificially recreating the effects of analogue sound degradation, recycles the signifiers of an 'imagined past'. Series 800 Kicks T-1000's Ass. Shop til You Drop, Dead!.
For a lot of politically 'woke' modern day kids, the effect is also heightened by the duplicity of unironically enjoying the hyper-Capitalist 1980s aesthetic and watching recuts of old Pepsi adverts this is what we call 'Post-Irony'. The song, like the comment you linked, makes you feel like something is missing. How Can He Go So Fast. Basically it makes us think not of the real 1980s, but of what we think we all remember about the 1980s. Failure to do so may result in a ban. So a video of Winston Churchill playing tennis would be allowed, but a video of Theresa May playing ping-pong would not be. So I wanted to bring you 10 groups that evoked those feelings for me in the hopes that they do the same for you! It paints him as trying and failing to find happiness, only until the end when we gains a slight glimmer of it.
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