Hardvapour

Hardvapour is an Internet-based microgenre[1] of music that emerged in late 2015 as a tongue-in-cheek response to vaporwave,[2] departing from the calm, muzak-sampling capitalist utopia concept of the latter in favor of a gabber- and punk-influenced sound. Canadian music producer Wolfenstein OS X album End of World Rave (2015) and the Antifur record label are credited with having first defined the hardvapour sound. It is also related to vaportrap.


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