Moscow’s Vova Korablin’s “Waste” is a creatively dense future electronica masterpiece in its very own style. Vova draws influences from 80s (retro-)synth, chillwave, trap and post-dubstep. Its addictive “Worry, don’t worry” chorus sample quickly burns itself into your brain. “Waste” boasts with a beautiful melancholic mood, asking what really “matters” (the other sample used in this beauty). For some listeners it might revoke cold war images, slow-motion footage from demonstrations for human rights, political freedom or against atomic waste disposal, for others it might turn out just as the easy listening dope track that they enjoy superficially sitting on the train, lost in thought. The colorful remixes even take Vova’s message to the dancefloors of this beautiful yet so bizarre planet. But the depth in “Waste” is always there, you only need to listen to it closely. And then you will definitely know what really “matters” – Flourish Fill.