"Telozkope from Winnipeg, Manitoba holds up the Vaporwave flag for Canada together with his fellow artists, but regardless, this sentence is wrong on one particularly grave level. The artist’s music shouldn’t necessarily be attached to the V-genre at all costs, even though it doesn’t hurt at the end of the day. But no, the above Yume from the pink full-length cotton candy helix Grape Steam showcases the artist’s focus on nomological zoetropes built from scratch. The sensorial apprehension between sound, sustain and silence is celebrated in this particularly rustic-bucolic telomere. Yume inherits traces of Trap basslines, true enough, but the remaining rotoscoping punctilio is much more Mediterranean than tech-affirmative. Rubicund Flamenco guitars, crimson-colored ligneous ancillary aureoles and cytoplasmatic chime vesicles meet, mesh and depart, providing a stop-and-go notion in which the micrometry of silence is as important as the angular momentum of the slapped faux-strings. Telozkope’s music sounds purposely moss-covered; at least for once an artist of the wider V-spectrum neglects chirality in favor of chivalry."
Artwork by L.H.