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kmxexii More lush soundscapes. "She's Not Real" almost tops out for its synth solo (!!!) but I love the sinister atmosphere of the dark, harsh "Overdose". "Clayakarama" is "Grid", pt. 2. "WAVE" is pleasant outrun with an ominous beginning. I like the trippy beat and cyber-grit of "Possession". Panda P.I.'s guitar work really elevates his two remixes to a different place; "WAVE" goes synth-pop and "Possession" sounds more like synth-metal with that killer riff. It's mostly ideal for background listening. Favorite track: Overdose.
David Rotenburger
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David Rotenburger I never dreamed music could be this good! Every track on this album is so incredible, that it's beyond belief! One of the best synth albums of the decade and one that I will be enjoying for many years to come! Favorite track: Clayakarama.
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Tyler Davis Awesome album from start to finish. The art on the physical cd is pretty freaking rad as well. I had a blast working on the remixes and I can't wait to hear more from KFDDA. Favorite track: WAVE.
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KFDDA's 'Wave' Album is a synthwave summer lullaby. Soothing melodies to awake you from the musical slumber you so naively fell into, and ripping bass progressions to make even the heaviest of bodies shake and rumble.

A Retro inspired synthual sensation, encompassing all genre's of the wave umbrella including Vaporwave, Chillwave, Synthwave, Outrun, Futuresynth, and many tried and true genres such as House and Trap (yes, even that garbage).

Featuring the likes of the most infamous and mysterious electronic-all-stars from different sides of the universe. KFDDA's 'Wave' Features guests from many different backgrounds and stylistic choices who's own voices speak as loudly as the music itself.


released July 17, 2015

Musical Guests Appearing in order:
Daniel 'Karate King' Kibadachi
Tyler William 'Panda P.I.' Davis

Instruments provided by Jon Reilly and Tyler Davis
Sounds from Widdly-2-Diddly
Additional VSTS provided by Tyler Davis and Scattle

Big thanks to Kate, Zach, Jon, Jeane-Pierre, Paul, Mowlgi&Louie, Kyle, Werkstatt Recordings, Roman, Klaeus, Shithouse himself, and everyone else who made this album possible.



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