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  • (Guest) Midnightmadness:
    That societal beliefs and conceptions change, but vaporwave keeps the feelings of older ways discarded by the mainstream still somewhat tangible. The myths that say US or European countries told themselves in the 1980s, aren't exactly the same ones that exist today. Therefore, it holds some degree of human potential in it for different worlds being possible. I don't know if that connects at all to you?
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  • BobbyTrivia:
    that's an interesting perspective. i'd have to think about it more but, for instance tonight i was listening to some music i was really into over a decade ago; am i subverting modern myths just by choosing to listen to music i liked when i was younger? vapor is new music and is a new thing, even if it's referencing old stuff, ya' know? but i'm not sure how they're defining myths and feelings. i mean, i put on 2814 for the first time and i felt like, i've never heard anything like this before. first time i heard Floral Shoppe i felt like, whoa this is making be feel some stuff, music doesn't normally make me feel this type of way.
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  • BobbyTrivia:
    and i don't wanna be too negative to the perspective but like, i only recently started listening to Fleetwood Mac and i still haven't ever really listened to Diana Ross. so even though (some) vapor artists are recontextualizing a lot of this older media, it's still new to me both from it literally being a new song and new interpretation, but also because i had never heard the source material in the first place
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  • BobbyTrivia:
    for sure an interesting perspective though. it sounds like they're arguing that vaporwave is escapism in a way, but obviously a lot of people view any and all music as a form of escapism
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  • (Guest) Midnightmadness:
    Yeah I could link you to the article, it gets very sociological so I was having trouble wading through it myself XD. It is centered around this concept of "affect" which I had a hard time understanding; one definition is that it is kind of like "the background noise" that defines a society or time, things people take for granted. I don't think they mean myths in a like Ancient Greek sense, but just referring to the stories that society tells itself or the different stories people tell themselves about what their life purpose is or who they are.
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  • BobbyTrivia:
    yeah i'd check this article out
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  • (Guest) Midnightmadness:
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  • BobbyTrivia:
    dang this is a longboy
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  • (Guest) Midnightmadness:
    Yeah for real XE
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  • (Guest) Midnightmadness:
    XD
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  • (Guest) Midnightmadness:
    I'd take it piece by piece, but its pretty interesting. I think it takes a nuanced perspective, and also criticizes the defining of vaporwave as just "anti-consumer," but obviously it is much more than just that
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  • BobbyTrivia:
    i will bookmark this! thank you
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  • TribalNightmares:
    black people
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  • BobbyTrivia:
    tribal! we were just discussing how much you enjoy anime
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  • TribalNightmares:
    i like some anime
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  • TribalNightmares:
    only 1 doe
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  • BobbyTrivia:
    cowboy bebop
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  • BobbyTrivia:
    cowboy bebop vaporwave
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  • BobbyTrivia:
    make it happen!
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  • TribalNightmares:
    but whats cooler
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    TribalNightmares: but whats cooler