Alpha Chrome Yayo
An absurdly catchy, hook-laden track from synthwave's rad scientist Eli Raybon. But to simply leave it there would be to do it a huge disservice.
This wasn't simply written or produced, anything as soulless as that. It was born, fizzing to life in a mess of brains in jars and battery acid. You can smell the solder, hear Raybon throwing the oversized switch as his creation rises from the slab.
It'll dig into your brain, but in the loveliest way. As Eli sings himself, it's no cause for concern.