Opaline: Open Source tape (Hacktivism Records, 2015)

October 11, 2015 at 12:03 am | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Opaline: Open Source tape

Opaline: Open Source tape

This guy keeps getting better and better. Now over a dozen tapes deep, Portland synth artist Hunter Peter Thompson seems to have an endless supply of bubbling, enveloping synth jams. Warm and soothing drones, but with inviting melodies that could be really laid back, atmospheric synth-pop tunes. This tape’s tracklist suggests coming back to a familiar place, becoming immersed and losing yourself, regrouping, and then departing. Listening to his many tapes continually brings back that feeling.


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