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... a collective of individuals and bands that are dedicated to bringing vaporwave to life with amazing shows and music.We are in no way affiliated with the producers of The Shapers or the artists that create the artwork.

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Vaporwave Music was created in 2003 with a love for music, video games and creating vaporwave music. We use our music to support those who are suffering with mental illnesses and we want people of every age and experience to be able to have this passion without feeling like a 'slut'.

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