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April 28, 2016
by Rekapper

Water Gun Water Gun Sky Attack – Glow City – Out Now!

Album Review to be completed soon, but checkout this fun, awesome electronic rock album titled Glow City from Water Gun Water Gun Sky Attack, as he knows how to entertain the masses, and if you are in the Texas, Denton area, be sure to go to his release show tonight (April 28th).


The album also has an extra format of decorated custom usb drives signed prints and uniquely designed maps as shown below:

Water Gun Water Gun Sky Attack – The Great Modifier – Music Video

April 18, 2016 by Rekapper | 0 comments

Water Gun Water Gun Sky Attack-The Great Modifier from Andrew Valentine on Vimeo.

So Water Gun Water Gun Sky Attack has a new album releasing on April 28th called Glow City, and he now has a preview track as a result of this amazing black and white yet artistic music video for the track called The Great Modifier.  Expect to see another full album review when the album releases.  This album was also the most fun I have had mastering an album in a long while, so I do think the album sounds amazing, along with this single.

Nujabes - Blessing It

February 20, 2016
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FK (Keiichirou Fukuzumi) – Blessing It (Remix of Nujabes Track)

FK had a solid remix hidden up his sleeves of Blessing It originally by Nujabes, featuring Substantial and Five Deez. The solid jazzy samples of the original are replaced with even more jazzy loops even if the track is quite rough.  Listen to it on FK’s Soundcloud:  If you are looking for some Nujabes like beats Keiichirou Fukuzumi who was close to the crew working with Tribe (the record shop of Hydeout Productions). FK has always been producing some wonderful chill hiphop jazzy melodies.

Or listen to the original by Blessing It by Nujabes on Youtube

Other Great examples of FK’s amazing sampling consist of his Demos like this following one:

Or his hyper new age beat remix of Gangstarr Dwyck.


December 2, 2015
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The Hai – Android App: Version 1

I have just created a new Android App for The Hai simply titled The Hai available on the Google Play Android market at:

The app follows google Material Design UI/UX standards while building on the already existing designs of The Hai’s website, which still has elements I want to brush up on.  The next version of the app will consist of more Android friendly designs with tie-ins to the WordPress REST API, which should help the already quite fast load times for android be just that much faster for loading all the needed contents.  If there are any suggestions, comments or concerns be sure to share them here or just email me @ kappa @

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October 18, 2015
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Genre Generator the Android App | Out Now On Google Play

An Android App, written in Java, called Genre Generator is my latest piece of work available at:

Genre Generator

Genre Generator Icon

This app is a Music Genre Generator which has a fine wide collection of various genres to shuffle around and from to create some real genres like Surf-Rock all the way to wacky ones like Sunshine-Dubstep.  This is all built with the easy ability to share with the android intents so that you can choose where you would like to share it to. Equally it is built with the ability to share with the native twitter app or with the mobile website if you don’t have that installed. Eventually the list of genres will expand but currently there are over 5000 different combinations so try to come across something that has never been done before. I’ve even made it easy to just click the ‘Search Youtube’ button and you can checkout the listings on Youtube for that genre tied with the native google tools Youtube to avoid tying up your android device.

Genre Generator was all built around the concept that you could always use more genres to work with as a musician so that you could never get bored especially as an electronic musician. And maybe you can find something so obscure that you can make the first version of the genre ever or even challenge your friends to create it.

Here are some screenshots from the App running:

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