Hello and welcome back to the Utopia District podcast! ✨ We’ve got a fun episode for you today, so kick back as Indy and the UD team cover some latest vaporwave news, look at our Aesthetic Archives, discuss upcoming vaporwave events, and break down the recent Utopia District Christmas special. A wrap up of another great year of Vaporwave with a fond look back at Utopia District and the vaporwave communities favorite albums of 2021. Join Indy, Gbanas92, DJ Nonn, Maxemus, Charavale, mallbert, and Pizza SLT for this great episode!
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The current chaos of the world can be overwhelming, so the beautiful simplicity of L a t e N i g h t T V makes for a relaxing getaway. The warmth of fuzzy TV static over soft instrumentals creates a soothing atmosphere throughout the short album. Like the blurred city lights on the cover, a hazy cloud of comfort takes hold in each track.
When you’ve been producing upwards of 50 projects a year since the mid-2010s, it’s safe to say a short retrospective or two wouldn’t hurt. Longtime vapor progenitor waterfront dining has given us two such examples of these projects, with the latter compilation, essentials II, hitting Bandcamp in 2021. The delicate sounds of late-millennium pop and R&B are heard in droves here as always, all wrapped up in a digestible package that chronicles just a small portion of this icon’s immense discography.
PARADISEပေါ်တယ်PORTAL by Vįr+üål Åįrßñß & h º r ¡ z º n щ ¡ r e l e s s
Both artists work to compliment each other on this beachside, mallsoft journey. Vįr+üål Åįrßñß provides an atmospheric blend of ambient mallsoft while h º r ¡ z º n щ ¡ r e l e s s offers a more rhythmic style of track that stays in your head long after listening. I fell in love with both artists in 2021 and this album was a huge reason why.
The album’s Venetian flair and early 3D-renders in its artwork help set the stage for a whimsical, yet delicate ballad of a creative and well written soundscape; Sit back and enjoy this romantic vapor performance 🎭
Asutenki’s World Guide albums have always appealed to me (1987 Weather Guide is one of my favorite vapor-adjacent releases), so when he announced he would be releasing an album every day of December, I was hoping for some gems. He really knocked it out of the park with World Guide! Expertly produced funky quasi-signalwave really hits different when you’re having a bad day. I’d highly suggest checking this one out primarily for the samples used, as well as the kick and claps that are present in most tracks.
Hollywood Burns have yet again captured the excitement, the darkness and general intensity of an alien invasion movie in this, their sophomore album. Demonstrating a versatility not many other artists can boast of, HB cover a wide range of emotions, from the tranquil and meditative sections in “A Moment of Bliss,” to the smarmy terror of “Saturday Night Screamer,” and the heady Scorpions-like excitement of “Skylords.” All of this is unified by smooth and melodic synth sections, paired with merciless guitar passages, creating that signature dramatic sound.
An incredible and, (unfortunately) criminally overlooked album that masterfully utilizes ultra high quality sound effects, textures, blips, and samples to create a warm and mysterious atmosphere. The highly intricate production on each individual element in the mix keeps even the most minimalist tracks interesting and completely captivating. Truly an amazing and unique listen!
Vaporwave has a reputation for being two things: lazy and depressing. It is awesome to come across an album that is neither of these things. This album paints a musical soundscape that is only found on some of the best works of the genre and has a sound unlike anything else I have heard in the scene. For synthesizer fans, this should be mandatory listening, as Bathroom Plants puts the instrument through its paces in every imaginable way, to create a future that seems bright, hopeful, and with any luck, COVID free. With this relatively new artist putting out work that sounds like it came from a veteran, I cannot wait to see what he comes out with next.
There’ve been a lot of great vaporwave albums this year. I wish I didn’t have to choose just one, but I think this is one that I’ve enjoyed the most and would definitely recommend checking out. It’s got some fantastic jazzy vibes throughout and a nice Sade remix at the end. In my opinion, it’s one of the best so far in the fairly new “barber beats” genre.
Cold Nite Satellite Jams by Cube Underlord and Late Arcane
This album, produced by two of my very good friends, completely knocked me out the first time I heard it, because it instantly transported me back to 2016 when I had just discovered vaporwave and listened to Chuck Person’s Eccojams for the first time. It fills a spot in my heart that I feel like a lot of vaporwave albums nowadays fail to reach. Hazy, disjointed, nostalgic, half-recognizable, glitchy, uncanny, and at times, touching and comforting. The only other album that filled that spot for me in 2021 was death’s dynamic shroud.wmv’s Sleepless, which has similar qualities, but Cold Nite wins by a slim margin. It’s a shame, I feel like it went a bit under the radar! Makes me wonder how many other vapor gems are hiding out there.
Faith in Persona is a masterclass in sample-based composition. It’s an instant vaporwave classic for the modern age, yet simultaneously one that transcends the genre. DDS has mined gold from their source material, and with it, created a cohesive and unexplored world that only gets richer with repeated listens.
This album is a fantastic example of the ‘vaporwave zero’ genre which seems to be an upcoming genre based on lots of vaporwave mixed with breakbeat/jungle era music. This album shows a fantastic use of samples mixed with original music and Simple Syrup shows an absolute mastery of the sample-based and sample-free music games.
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You may be tempted to see the artist’s Bandcamp and immediately dismiss this as yet another vaporwave-tagged shitpost album, but I promise you this is some of the finest party funk you’ve ever heard. DJ GULFWAR HEATMAP does an excellent job, combining vaporwave and his own unique brand of edm in a way that doesn’t feel too much like one or the other. A particularly impressive skill of his is restructuring his samples to create new riffs (if you’ve sat in on his twitch streams as much as I have, you’ll know how insane his chopping skills are). I really hope this producer becomes one of the big names to watch in 2022.
Sounds from the Black Lodge: The Return – A Tribute to Twin Peaks, Vol. II
This is a massive album beautifully packaged on two cassettes. The art is phenomenal on the case, as is the printing on the cassettes themselves. As much as it pains me to admit, I walked into this album completely blind to Twin Peaks. I did not need to know anything about the series to enjoy this haunting sonic journey into the unknown. Driving beats lead you through steep tension as the album progresses. A very easy listen from start to finish, it was challenging for me to pick only one track I liked the most. I think this album has something for everyone, even if you are not familiar with the source inspiration. This album has given me the curiosity to check out Twin Peaks ASAP. My only regret was not picking up a physical copy when I had the chance.
There is a biological phenomenon defined as the sensation of becoming rapidly immersed in cold water from a warm state: cold shock. Known as one of the most intense stimuli the body can encounter, it, oddly enough, opens the doorway for one of the most blissful as well. Recovery from cold shock by immersion in hot water replaces all that pain and panic with a serene sense of warmth and calm. Paradise Tension is cold shock for your ears. It lulls you with resonating nostalgic loops in classic vapor style, only to suddenly – sometimes mid-song – cut to dark, sadistic, glitched-out beats, like tripping from a cloud in heaven and plunging directly to hell. But with sin comes salvation, and when the euphonic melodies return they bring with them a sensation of pure ecstasy. Either of this album’s two faces would be solid on their own. The sample-manipulation is superbly beautiful, and the glitch-breaks showcase supreme technical skill. But the artful tension between paradise and perdition elevate this to my vaporwave album of the year.
One Mind Stand has done a fantastic job creating some of the most creative mashups I’ve ever had the pleasure of listening to. There are so many different emotions being expressed through the songs at the same time but it all works so beautifully.
I imagined a FNAF inspired vaporwave album to be more ambient and horror-esque. This showed me a new light that art doesn’t have to be taken for what it is most commonly known for. This really captured the timeline of the games story rather than the horror of the games themselves. Brilliantly well done alternate perspective.
Trying to keep on top of all the new vaporwave releases means I rarely get to spend a lot of time with an album. To have any hope of keeping up, I can usually listen to something once, and then I have to move on. So that’s why it’s astonishing that I’ve listened to autogrill closer to thirty times. The music manages to combine the surreal unease of driving alone late at night with something more…hopeful. The synth tones are cheery, and the various sounds optimistically alluring. The entire album doesn’t even clock in at 10 minutes, but I find myself coming back to it again and again. And despite the fact it came out the first month of 2021, it stuck with me through the entire year, never wavering in its presence.
ELEKTRIC DREAMS BACK AT IT ONCE A MF AGAIN WITH THAT VAPORFUNK MY WAY. Anno 2352 was one of the initial albums I peeped that got me into vaporwave and ED. keeps that same groovy magic here in Forever. The funkiness of this album just makes me have this vision of Shaggy from Scooby Doo boogying in the underground secret disco club that no one has ever seen or even knew existed underneath Portland’s skyscraper-filled city.
Luxury Elite’s surprise love letter to her partner, THE HOMIE and beloved vaporwave DJ Yung Shiro, Lux takes her core production style to even greater heights this time around, bringing in a crunchy thickness to a rich lovingly crafted soundscape. A brilliant arrangement and flow of tracks that blend from song to song as Lux applies her magic touch to unify her samples and bring them together as a perfect treasure and cohesive package.
Oneiromancy and the Memories of a Past Life by クリスタルKITSUNE
This future funk album was my most played in the genre for 2021. The samples are fantastic, catchy and filled that moody aesthetic only クリスタルKITSUNE is able to pull off. Even though every track is high in tempo, there is an element of somberness between the beats and that is what draws me into the album. It’ll be on Spotify repeat going into the new year for sure.
There’s something really magical about Who from 1am バイブBlunts. This ambient vapor album feels ethereal and flooded with emotions and introspective feelings that never fail to put me in a trance with its beautiful melodies. Truly a masterpiece.
Sounds For the Office, and by extent, the rest of the work produced by Floridian artist Kody (a.k.a. コディ), seems (if inadvertently) built to strike a chord that has been particularly important in recent years. It feels constructed not for the sake of pushing immediate product or out of necessity to build community presence, but rather to present ideas and soundscapes that the artist found interest in building. While the idea of an office-themed album focusing on chopped muzak is certainly not new, the presentation and execution of it are emblematic of the root purpose for creating vaporwave, which direly needs a revisitation in the current era: Sampling and creating with the intent of personal expression, while expressing it in the most earnest, human way possible.
My favourite vaporwave album this year was Froggywave Vol. 1 from Mossy Frog Tapes. Although I’m a little biased being part of the project and all, I think it really was a great release with lots of awesome tunes on it! The vapor vinyl community really came together to create an amazing compilation of tracks, from some upbeat bumpin’ future funk, to some more laid back classic vapor-esque tracks, along with some ambient cuts as well! It really shows off the talent we have in the community and I’m really grateful to have been a part of it.
Earth Boy Advance’s self-titled is all about the blend. Flavors of idm, chiptunes, vaporwave and house all coalesce in a way that is seamless yet constantly traveling. You don’t know where exactly the adventure will take you next, but you do know you’ll be groovin’ along the way. Many tracks here have what I like to call the “microgroove,” where the frenetic yet delicate percussion keeps things spicy while the song’s energy level is simultaneously in cruise. It’s like I’m in the club, but I’m also underwater in a little submarine zoomin’ past some cool fish.
I absolutely love the ever-expanding experimental vapor universe, but I’m also sure glad that someone can still create something that makes me feel that purity and wonder like I’m listening to vaporwave for the first time again.
This has to be one of the best VHS Pop albums I’ve heard, and easily my favorite from the extremely talented A R I S T U R T L E. Soulful samples, jazzy saxes, lo-fi synths and bumpin’ beats combine to create a supremely nostalgic, late-night TV soundscape alive with Hip-Hop and R&B flavors. My pick for one of the best vapor releases of 2021.
Even if Strawberry Station wasn’t a friend of mine, this album would feel like it was made by one. Filled with warmth, hope, loneliness, wondering, and all the feelings in between, this is the kind of album that could only be written from the heart—like an old, dear friend returning home to share the stories from a very special journey.
DJ Prom Knight’s I’m Not In Love takes the spot for one of my top albums to come out of 2021. He’s got this signature style of slush that pushes boundaries most in the subgenre won’t cross. Just blissfully refreshing while staying well rooted in this scene of samples.
l u n a r l e I s u r e l i v i n g by a r c t i c b l a s t
As a lover of classic vaporwave, this album represents what real vaporwave is…manufactured nostalgia from a time period you never experienced. It’s not just a selection of catchy melodies and beats. You’re being told the story of commercialized space travel.
ELECTRONIXOTICA blends the low fidelity sounds of hypnagogic pop and the sample manipulation of vaporwave. There are some really good loops in here and the chorus, wow, and flutter add a lot of character to the tracks. It really reminds me of when I used to stay up all night watching boomerang when I was a little kid. Origami Vato (known as Pallida Mars on the album) is really good at capturing that late night lofi vibe.
Relaxed, immersive, transient, and trance inducing, I’ve easily listened to this album a couple dozen times. The airy ambient pads throughout the album are contrasted nicely by thick, hard hitting, and infectiously groovy bass lines that are very prominently featured track to track. There are so many subtleties and added textures that help fill the sound out, while showing just enough restraint to ensure each instrument has its voice heard. One of the cleanest vaporwave albums I’ve heard, and an easy pick for my favorite album of the year.
A really funky joint venture. Both artists bring their chopping styles to the table to create 30 minutes filled with memorable and catchy chops. This album is a promising debut project for Fvert and a really strong sophomore effort for Cherry Condos.
Often our memories manifest not in an index, but in a cluster of sorts. Video forum is an expert at helping me remember memories I long forgot, and memories I wish I had. I’ll never forget the memories I also made while listening to this one. Be sure to download for an additional hidden bonus track.
There are times I feel it’s important to sit in a dark place and turn off. These moments of dissociation I believe allow one to explore alternate avenues of thought, leading to new experiences and epiphanies. Channel of Dreams consistently has been able to bring me to a place where this is possible and 苦難之城 (City Of Misery) this year was no exception. If you’re looking to explore some more melancholic themes I highly recommend you give this a listen.
VIRTUAL PLEASURE is a new up-and-coming talented vaporwave producer in the barber beats scene. Their album, 病理学的思考 exemplifies the best of what barber beats has to offer, with its minimalist yet sophisticated jazzy production. Listening to this album truly is a virtual pleasure and the music speaks for itself.
2021 was a year of experimentation as far as my listen habits were concerned. Usually, I stick to playlists or a handful of Vaporwave artists, but this year I tried to immerse myself in full albums and projects. If my Spotify Wrapped is anything to go by, the two artists I stuck around with the most were 3D Blast and Death’s Dynamic Shroud. Had Faith in Persona come out earlier in the year I might have picked that album, but by far the album I most returned to was Music: Here to Stay by 3D Blast. The beautiful mix of samples and the delicate balance between bangers and memes had me hooked from the first listen. It came out early in the year, but it was a great way to start off 2021.
Favorite track: Earth Worlder (feat. The Wizard of Loneliness)
When I am listening to this Ep it makes me feel happy to be alive and it also makes me want to open a pit up and mosh in my bedroom at 4:00 AM ACTIVE PRESENCE has a entire discography full of hyper heaters that every vapor nerd needs to have in there bandcamp collection.
Detroit has a history of producing some fantastic music, and Kawsaki’s CITY FUNK is certainly no exception to that. The album delivers fresh, high-energy tracks that make you want to dance all night (or day), and splashes just the right amount of vocal samples to polish it out nicely. Not only does it manage to capture the attention of your ears and feet, it also seems to tell a compelling story as you spend your evening traveling through the city, moving from party to party. CITY FUNK is just the kind of thing a weary world might need after a long year. I’m really looking forward to seeing what Kawsaki has up their sleeve for 2022. Be sure to check out their other releases too, especially Designing The Future.
Favorite track: Elite Reality
That wraps it up! Hopefully there was at least one album here that sparked your interest!
Be sure to give the artists a follow on Bandcamp! Happy 2022!
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We’ve got a fun episode for you today, so kick back as Indy and the UD team look back over the past 20 years and look at what we’ve lost as a byproduct of shifting to new technologies. Join DemoDawg, Maxemus, AbyssyallSea, Mallbert, and Pizza SLT for on this hilarious and thought provoking chat!
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Join us in this marvelous episode of the Utopia District Podcast for a Fashionable Entrance (mind the Indy’s audio issues in the beginning bit!). Welcoming new staff members Interro and Jupiter while kicking it old-school with some original classic homies, appreciating vaporwave fashion, diving into some vaporwave games and movies, including a segment on Jupiter’s brand new YouTube series: Max Head Reviews, coming to Utopia District in the near future. An episode you won’t want to miss, and a video episode at that! Catch us at YouTube youtube.com/c/utopiadistrict to watch the video, otherwise find the episode on your favourite Podcast network!
– Methods for discovering new and interesting vaporwave
– Approaches on using social media to become more a part of the community
– Utopia District One Year Anniversary! Coming up very soon!
– Is the internet in decay?
– The Land Before Time & other nostalgic films
– Early 90s animation styles, The Minds Eye, Reboot, Jimmy Neutron
– What you lose when re-creating old art
– Background sounds cause nostalgia in vaporwave, liminality
We are thrilled to be sitting down with Groovy Kaiju (FKA Groovy Godzilla) in the UD studio! Join us for a jam packed episode of groovy proportions! Hailing from Long Beach, California, Aaron has been producing music under the name Groovy Kaiju/Godzilla since 2014 and runs music label / collective Oceanfront Online. He also performs under monikers Marquice Turner & Aviscerall. Please enjoy this amazing conversation with one of the communities greatest!
A low level buzz heralds the start of NYX. A little glimpse of the general hue of warm feedback that follows pretty much throughout the release. There’s a sound like some unfathomably large freight train peeling out of a gnarled, gothic station; but as the atmosphere settles a similar sound emerges at a different pitch, clarifying that what we hear is a melodic sequence rather than a sound effect. The hybridization of fizzling static and muffled angelic pads was the cause of such a shocking and intense beginning, but the two aspects separate fairly swiftly. What proceeds from this point sounds something like footage from the rapture spewing from an old television set. Instead of sounding grand and palpable, the pad strings leak out of an unstable and non-grandiose set of speakers. It is almost like awakening from a dream, there was a fleeting moment that felt as though we were experiencing this strange celestial event first-hand. However as we come to understand what is being presented, we realize it claws over toward us from a tired old screen.
As if the old hardware has been on too long and found a way to connect with the spiritual plane. Needle-like euphoria pierces through the unpredictable waves of fuzz, at points the melodies even seem to push through like a hand of pure light desperately trying to permeate its shoddy, fizzling encasement. Throughout this, Zer0れい remains unafraid of leaving the listener in moments of silence. For some artists, music of this style would cause a nerve-racking pressure, where it might feel as thought the artist must always be presenting the atmosphere explicitly. This would cause an overexposure to the fascinating atmosphere. But with Zer0れい there are gaps peppered about, moments without the guiding light of the euphoric ambience, and also where the feedback ceases to spit out static as well. In these brief periods of silence, it almost feels as though your soul is recuperating after being set upon by a strange and entrancing experience.
These fleeting respites end with a reiteration of the desolate and decrepit aura that controls NYX. There is also something incredibly unique about the melodies Zer0れい utilizes. They are unrelenting tendrils that sneak past the grainy fugue; long drawling laments. When it feels as though a melodic episode has concluded, the artist finds another combination of notes to keep the sorrowful performance going. In this way the track limps at points, with breaks in feedback and melodic narrative. This serves to amplify the fragmented and heady nature of the music as a whole. At certain stages, it almost sounds like there are voices meshed into the slow-attack notes. Noises like bells can also be heard throughout, before the onslaught of melody is enveloped in waves of heavy distortion. Toward the end, a swirling pool of the euphoric ambience begins to build. The lashes of harsh feedback continue, but every time they hit they disappear, more swiftly than before, into the burgeoning sea of beautiful noise. The opening side to Zer0れい‘s NYX is truly haunting. The atmosphere submerges everything from the very start, everything happens through this heady, violent sludge. But even in such torrid audio conditions, Zer0れい sneaks in moments of pure beauty.
The narrative takes a darker turn still as we enter the second half. The same large sweeps of metallic viscera appear, but this time do not often relent in any meaningful way. Instead, gargantuan shrouds of noise crash into slowly descending whistles. The falling tones are unsettling, as if the music has buckled from the pressure and now hurtles downward like a faltering aeroplane. The feeling is one of overarching disorientation. At least the first half of NYX had a safe space in its sheepish melancholy. In this second part, the listener is completely on their own amidst screaming tunes and violent walls of muddy, metallic nothingness. Even when the melody gains a little bit more of a footing and certain notes are sent across the listener’s bow, they are completely bested and beaten down by the constant monotony of the void. Low notes begin to coo patiently against the tide, almost choral in their delivery.
At a certain point, a deep bass sound begins to enmesh itself in with the dissonance, allowing for melody to inch its way into focus without being hindered by the relentless din. Here we find a little ballast upon which to try and weather the storm; we hear muffled ghosts of notes pulse through a thick fog. After throbbing feedback, all sounds begin to falter. Only certain crackles and flickers have a volatile feel to them, the rest of what we were hearing seems to have hurtled far away from us now. This is one of the only times it seems we are able to hide away from the atmosphere Zer0れい has created. But it is in no way comforting, it feels as if we are mere yards away from this strange ghostly tower in which the noisy struggle rages on. A heavenly chorus emerges through the grayscale rage of sound, its tune bending and screeching. The conclusion to NYX is not the rapturous recalibration of light and dark that we may have hoped for. Rather the two sounds slowly simmer down and stop, the pause is so sudden that it almost feels as if it could just be another swift intermission before the roaring shrieks back in. It fills the listener with dark wonderings about the sounds, which harbored so much power and rage that they could easily burn on forever past the project’s runtime.
Zer0れい assembles defunct sounds and feedback, pitting them against each other and occasionally fusing them together. This is a fairly basic methodology. But, in NYX the artist instills an incredibly harrowing atmosphere, an incapacitating journey through a volatile and alien landscape viewed through rusted old machinery. In the first part, one might imagine a lone TV set, spewing sick light into a living room and entrancing an unaware subject with visions of angelic beauty. The second part sounds like what would be playing when the police break down the subject’s door a few weeks later, finding the apartment’s contents vaporized and the owner driven to madness by the indescribable dark energy enshrined within what was playing.
Check out the album on Aquablanca 音楽レーベル Feb. 13th
For those who might not know, Utopia District comprises quite a few former members of the Private Suite Magazine team. As such, we thought it would be interesting to share our thoughts on the magnificent and humbling release from First Class Collective; Thank You! Private Suite! Consider this not so much a review as a handful of us giving some love back for the overwhelming support the magazine received during its run, and more heart-achingly, upon its closure.
The sheer breadth and depth of this compilation is stunning and humbling. To know our work touched so many corners of our community and inspired such a beautiful album is an indescribable feeling! I can’t think of a better send-off for a project that meant so much to so many in two short years.
As it did for so many, Private Suite gave me my first home and family in vaporwave. I was encouraged and supported even as I encouraged and supported others. I’ll miss having that group of folks all in one place. But we’ll find each other again!
As someone who was first drawn to Private Suite for their coverage of lesser-known artists and smaller parts of the scene, it’s heartwarming to see this compilation full of familiar names I never would have known if not for PSM. With so many artists of different sizes, this compilation embodies one of my favorite aspects of Private Suite Media — that of inclusivity. First Class Collective is truly doing their part to keep vaporwave a welcoming artistic community.
While I wasn’t a part of the Private Suite team for a terribly long time, it was really rather heartwarming to see just how many people wanted to step up and send off a magazine that so many of us loved in style. Plus, so much of the music on the compilation is really great too!
What a thoughtful idea. Private Suite meant so many things to so many people, it’s hard to quantify the impact this compilation album will have on us as individuals. Thank you, Ethan and Zico, thank you First Class Collective. This is such a treat, especially to all those that volunteered so much of their time working to make Private Suite a cohesive and meaningful product.
This compilation album has something for everyone, from the fizzy pop melody of “sweet suite” to the Tarantino-esque “Television Scenes.” Overall slightly melancholic, perfect for fall and ushering out the wonderful publication that was Private Suite.
As a parting thought, we’d like to thank First Class Collective one more time for having the drive and the passion to make this happen. For those of us that helped make Private Suite a reality, it means more than we’ll ever truly be able to say.
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Retrato, ensoñado, sin borrasca:
calma -en base a todo desconcierta-
soplando, con dureza, valles rasca;
torvas son peñas, donde faz incierta
-talla de medir cénit con tal tasca-
alega, si no máscara inserta,
rocosa, en el viaje al interior
por vía del tan dormido llanto frior.
Pretil el horizonte piramidal
-de doble tono- claro, más acuoso;
Fuentes de sal profunda, aína abisal,
que como un gran busto decoroso
traza con beldad brumas del animal
que es cielo no visible tan glorioso.
Pausa -somnífera- adueña todo:
sin tener al sol justo sobre modo.
Portrait, dreamed, without squall:
calm -perplexing in reference to it-
blowing, harsh, rips the valleys;
ugly are boulders, where semblance deceives,
-measure for the zenith in pubs yonder-
bickers, if not masks embedded,
on inward journey, jagged,
along brisk mournful paths in sleep.
The pyramid horizon is a parapet
-two tone- clear, ever so aquatic;
fountains of cavernous salt, nearly abyssal,
as a great ornate bust,
trace with beauty the mist of an animal
wich is so glorious, unseen sky.
Pause -soporific- conquers all:
without having the sun right on top manner.