Synthwave Belongs In A Museum

by Who Ha

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Have loved all of his works from previous compilations and this album does it again.

Such a great feel to the whole album, cant fault a second of it. All the samples just make the music more fun and nostalgia filled. He's like a brother from another mother. Favorite track: Who Ha X Tupac (WhoPac) - California Love Desert Cruise.
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This EP was first released on
Retro Promenade in March 2016

Enjoy the 2 Bonus Tracks!

& Check out the official Synthwave Belongs In A Museum video

Inspired by Treasure Maps & Cliches

Retro Promenade Presents
Synthwave Belongs In A Museum

by Who Ha

After a successful very-long string of singles, remixes, and one offs, Who Ha's first solo release is a work of movie sample magic, sunburnt synths, and nostalgia overload. This 6 track EP is a VHS tale of Archaeology that takes you from the sunset drenched Canyon of the Crescent Moon through the harsh midnight desert; down in the icy cold depths of Antarctica and back around again to the 8-bit afterschool adventures from your yesteryears that never seem to fade away...

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released March 22, 2017

Music, Artwork, & Copy
by Who Ha

Synthwave Belongs In A Museum (Track Note):

Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade was a major influence on me growing up and I truly enjoyed the many painstakingly detailed long hours working to extract, organize, stretch/squish, and align hundreds of samples on top of my original music juuust right.

So I'm including a super nerdy thanks to Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy, George Lucas, Harrison Ford, & Sean Connery for coming up with the stuff movie dreams are made of.

...Who Ha will be back with more movie magic!


Special thanks go out to: Rick Shithouse (, Andy Last (Beyond Synth Podcast), Marko Maric (Synthetix Sundays), (Noah Kaufmann) Noah Kaufmann ("Synthwaves" KFAI Radio Minnesota/St Paul), Silent Gloves (