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New music from Memory Tapes always excites me, and this month we get two new tracks

Synth-pop producer Dayve Hawk AKA Memory Tapes has a new album set for a December release called Grace/Confusion. ‘Sheila’ and ‘Neighborhood Watch’ are its first singles to surface.

Memory Tapes will be releasing his sophmore LP Player Piano  on July 4 but ahead of this he has made the record available for streaming via his SoundCloud page. Check it out in its entirety right here: When you’re done listening, head over to online music publication The Quietus where he gave a very special track-by-track guide to the album. Dayve Hawk (the […]

Dayve Hawk’s chill-wave project Memory Tapes is almost due to drop LP two, Player Piano. A recent press release suggested that the new album will be a slight divergence from the electronic stylings of 2009’s debut, Seek Magic. The statement also noted that Hawk has already started works on a third Memory Tapes’ LP! The first single to fall out of […]

Last year New Jersey-based chill-wave producer Dayve Hawk aka Memory Tapes put out an epic 17-minute spooky-synthed track ‘Walk Me Home’ just in time for the Halloween season. This year he dropped another halloween themed track titled ‘Pretend the Devil Isn’t Real’ which is only three minutes long but will still leave you a little spooked and in the Halloween […]