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Indie artist Matthew Mirliani releases ode to Lost in Translation and vaporwave

Indie singer-songwriter Matthew Mirliani released his new song “Karaoke” on Spotify this past Friday (see link below). Running at just 2 minutes, the song employs the use of reverberated drums and vocals over a distorted track, an ode to the vaporwave genre that has grown in popularity online. The lyrics and theme of the song were inspired by Sofia Coppola’s Oscar-winning film Lost in Translation as well as songs by Sky Ferreira (notably “Lost in My Bedroom,” “Everything is Embarrassing,” and “You’re Not the One”).

Mirliani recently performed the track at the Parkside Lounge in the East Village in New York City.

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