To hear the entirety of New Masterpiece’s latest compilation Museum,Zoo,Station, you’re going to need to get yourself the cassette version. My player is currently stuck in a closet waiting be set-up, but thankfully one of Japan’s better labels devoted to online-centric micro-genres has posted half of their latest online for anyone to enjoy. Museum,Zoo,Station gathers together tracks from a mix of Japanese and international producers, with the latter counting the likes of death’s dynamic shroud and Golden Living Room (working together here on a zoning-out electronic number offering space to just zone out to). Japan’s DJ Badboi delivers bouncing future-funk on “Milk & Sugar,” waiting a bit for the vocal sample to hit so that the excitement of its arrival is all the better, while old pal ΔKTR reminds of their skills at out-of-time loops via “Video Vision Valence.” The most surprising standout of the first half is Tokyo Kabuki Boys, a vaporwave project “based in Tokyo” but thanks to that niche style’s tendency to just use Japan as a decoration, a claim I’ve always been unsure about. Wherever they really are, the “skits” they deliver are delightful little blasts of slowed-down atmosphere, sometimes loading up on weather report samples or other times dropping twinkling rumbler in “skit 3.” Get it here, or listen below.