Ah, the paradoxes of music—where sounds from the past continue to propel us into the future and where the familiar echoes of bygone eras somehow feel as fresh and exploratory as they did when they first graced our ears. Funny how that works, isn’t it?

Luke Tangerine, stationed in Frankfurt, masterfully encapsulates this sentiment with the release of “Exoplanet,” a shimmering gem nestled within the extensive tapestry of his larger project, Interstellar Radio. Blending the everlasting chill-wave ambience with the sharp precision of…

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