Archive for May, 2019

Future Funk Review: Mélonade (2019 Edition) by Mélonade

Monday, May 27th, 2019 by Creator of Agora Road

Album: Mélonade (2019 Edition)

Artist: Mélonade (Features Pop Up!, Kujo, Binary Stars, and Otoyo.)

Mélonade (2019 Edition) by Mélonade is a very popular Future Funk album released by Business Casual record Label on May 3rd 2019. It has energetic summer vibes and takes you on a journey to a funky trancelike dance off. This album has a certain charm that just screams summer Kool Aid.

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Cult Of The Dead Cow: The 1990s Bank Fraud Scam Guide

Monday, May 20th, 2019 by Merchant of the Agora

How The Bank Fraud Scam Works    

This file will not deal with conventional “check-bouncing.”  There are a number of files available on this subject, and it’s really all been said before.  Before we get into the heart of this scam, however, I would like to clear up one area that seems to have been neglected or erroneously addressed in other checking g-philes.

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Vaporwave Review: Soulhealing by Isaac Ascii

Friday, May 17th, 2019 by Creator of Agora Road

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Mallsoft Review: KMART by リズム

Sunday, May 12th, 2019 by Creator of Agora Road

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Synthwave Review: Sunset Ride – LOVERBOY (Single Track TEASER)

Saturday, May 11th, 2019 by Creator of Agora Road

(Single Track TEASER)

Album: Sunset Ride – LOVERBOY

Artist: Sunset Ride

This is an experimental Vaporwave Synthwave single by Sunset Ride from Cityman Productions Label. LOVERBOY is the first single from the upcoming album called Sunset Ride.

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Vaporwave Review: Ten Thousand Years in the Wasteland by Fictional Girlfriend

Friday, May 10th, 2019 by Creator of Agora Road

Album: Ten Thousand Years in the Wasteland

Artist: Fictional Girlfriend

This is an experimental vaporwave album That was released by Palm84 on March 23, 2019. This album focuses on RnB vibes that will make you feel like “you spent 10k years in the wasteland.”

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