Live From The Tapedeck Spaceship

by Somasis

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Intro 04:34
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Politik 05:06
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Love's Theme 04:44
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Funky Soul 02:42
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Goldfish 00:48
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A Retrospective

Here's where things started getting interesting. Tapedeck Spaceship was when I finally started to get a feel for how to make albums, with a somewhat tangible structure to them and a cohesiveness. (though, there are still errors here)

A lot of people liked this album, and I still think it has good tracks too. I finally started to figure out what I loved: plunderphonics. Creating new from the phenomenon of what you've experienced.

It's still really funny how I tried to convince myself this was also jumping on the vaporwave bandwagon too.

Highlights: Intro. Reflection Nebula. Honestly Whatever. Tapedeck Spaceship. Goldfish. Catwalk (personal favorite). Spectral (long-time favorite). Clair de lune (lazy, but still good). Beating Depression and Rollercoaster are so good.

Personally, I've moved on, but I can't ignore the funk.

Kylie McClain, October 31st, 2019

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released October 10, 2014

"Politik" is a remix of "Politik", by Coldplay, originally written by Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland, Will Champion, and Chris Martin.
"Love's Theme" originally written by Barry White for the Love Unlimited Orchestra.
"Honestly Whatever" samples a recording by sci - soundsfromsci.bandcamp.com

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somasis North Carolina

Kylie McClain is a musician writing about love, identity, and revolution, and relationships, over the sound of plunderphonic, dream pop bliss.

Bandcamp is the hub of my musical output: follow me here to get updates about any and all music things I'm involved in.
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