The next big wave since “The Smelly Car”: Seinwave

what's the deal

A Soundcloud user named Abelard must really like puffy shirts.

Abelard has mashed up chillwave and vaporpop with one of the most famous TV tunes ever: “The Seinfeld” theme song.

Chillwave music is defined by heavy synthwork, soundbite sampling and an overall relaxed sound. By contrast, the hugely successful and groundbreaking sitcom Seinfeld featured people eating candy with a knife and fork, yada-yada’d sex and held an infamous contest.

Applause, synthesizer, and that wacky bass become one in  “Seinwave 2000- What’s the Deal With Airline Food?” Abelard has mixed up those elements and created a new song, and still made it sound familiar enough to dedicated fans of the show about nothing, and yada, yada, yada you really need to hear this song.

Its reimagined ’80s synth line conjures heady summer nights the theme-song creators of “Miami Vice” wish they had done. The full bass line that eternally loyal Sein-fans are familiar with also makes an appearance, in all its ’90s glory.

The song title — “What’s the Deal With Airline Food?” is an obvious throwback to Jerry Seinfeld’s  “what’s the deal with …” joke line, but that doesn’t make it any less funny.


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