Arcadia Regional is a very high performance globalized interactive telepathic education simulation system specializing in art and design. I was given the very rare and unique opportunity to tour the facilities in the year 2095. I was encouraged to get on board with this constantly evolving program and was taken on a campus tour. I got the chance to talk with students and was able to get a small glimpse of what their fast paced lives are like in such a high performance environment.
“One day I will be left behind too”
"Do you ever ask yourself if you are real?"
"I may not be perfect, I am flawed but I do love myself."
Recorded in 2095
Mastered in 2015
Captured with: Sony M-675V
Album Review by Kuma (excerpts below): chiptuneswin.com/blog/kumas-quick-shots-round-7/
"Right off the bat, I have to say, as far as concept albums go, that’s one of the most bodacious platforms for auditory experience sharing and story telling that I’ve ever heard."
"AI reflecting existentially upon the fleeting nature of life at the Academy, creating a sense of Mono no Aware, as you become astutely aware of the end of your experience and realize things are beautiful because they don’t last, even if we want them to."
"Its examination of a future that might be through a school that our grand children could one day attend makes for one of the most engaging listening experiences I’ve encountered in a good while."
"I highly recommend downloading this album, so that a little piece of that ideal future is always with you, inspiring you to always move forward."
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OSCAST Album of the week: oscast.bandcamp.com/album/oscast-21-chinese-hackers
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Album review by Vapourban.com
"It's aural and visual at the same time. It's as if somebody took Shakesphere and made it into vaporwave. There's a lot of depth, lot of thought and a lot of visual possibilities inside of the album. No listen is the same and every perception is different which makes for a lot of replayability possibility. This is a definitive vaporwave album for the sole reason of taking risks and succeding." read more @