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  1. Psychedelic music - Wikipedia

    The Atlantic writer Llewellyn Hinkes Jones identified a variety of music styles from the 2000s characterized by mellow beats, vintage synthesizers, and lo-fi melodies, including chillwave, glo-fi, and hypnagogic pop. These three terms were described as interchangeable by the Quietus, along with other terms "dream-beat" and "hipster-gogic pop."

  2. Chillwave - Wikipedia

    The term was originally synonymous with " glo-fi " or " hypnagogic pop ". Chillwave loosely emulates 1980s electropop and engages with notions of memory and nostalgia. It was one of the first music genres to develop primarily through the Internet.

  3. Lo-fi music - Wikipedia

    Lo-fi is a music or production quality in which elements usually regarded as imperfections of a recording or performance are audible, sometimes as a deliberate aesthetic choice.

  4. Lo-Fi | Aesthetics Wiki | Fandom

    Chillwave (sometimes referred to as Lo-Fi Synthwave or Glo-Fi) is a music microgenre that emerged in the late 2000s.

  5. Chillwave – Wikipedia

    Chillwave är en musikgenre som innehåller influenser från shoegaze, ambient och kanske främst 80-talets synthpop.Typiskt för genren är ljudeffekter, synthesizer, loopning, sampling och kraftigt filtrerad sång med enkla melodier.

  6. Kluuviflada – Wikipedia

    Kluuviflada eli kluuvi eli glojärvi on flada, joka maankohoamisen vuoksi saa vettä vain sateesta tai meriveden noustessa korkealle.. Runsaan eliökunnan ansiosta kluuvifladoilla on usein lintutorneja ja niillä harrastetaan kalastusta.

  7. Gol – Wikipedia

    Gol on brasilialainen halpalentoyhtiö, joka on haastanut perinteisistä kilpailijoista erityisesti Varigin, VASPin (meni konkurssiin keväällä 2005) ja Transbrasilin (konkurssiin 2003).

  8. Kobo eReader - Wikipedia

    The Kobo eReader is an e-reader produced by Toronto-based Kobo Inc. The company's name is an anagram of "book". The original version was released in May 2010 and was marketed as a minimalist alternative to the more expensive e-book readers available at the time.

  9. Kobo Touch - Wikipedia

    The Kobo Touch (also called the "Kobo Touch eReader") is the third generation of the Kobo e-reader device designed by Kobo Inc. It was revealed on 23 May 2011 and was released in the U.S. on 10 June 2011 at a price of $129.99.

  10. チルウェイヴ - Wikipediaチルウェイヴ

    チルウェイヴ (Chillwave)は、音楽のジャンルの一つであり、グローファイ (Glo-fi)とも称される。Chillは「冷たさ、肌寒さ」を意味する英語である。