I don’t think anyone who’s ever heard Pogo has ever straight up disliked the guy’s work. Even the people who aren’t crazy about sample based music probably at least appreciate what he does or find it novel. Dreamsploitation showed up on a generated list of artists whose work is similar in tone and form to Pogo’s, so I figured I’d give it a stab yesterday, and everything came up roses. Chuck Blazevic’s (Dreamsploitation) world is an ambient electronic world populated by sparse masses of guitar plucking, but at least 70% of which is starry synth noodling, steam, and atmospherics. “You Will Never Get to Heaven” is the offspring of a threeway between Sam Prekop’s solo electronic work, Hammock’s more recent ambient fare, and most of the Star Haven BGM on the “Paper Mario” soundtrack for Nintendo 64. Featured on his 2011 full-length Possibles, do tha right thing, and spend the next six minutes in chrysalis, enjoying Dreamsploitation’s “You Will Never get to Heaven”, and grab that album at a price of your own choosing here, if it suits you. It’s like what I imagine the soundtrack to “Le Petit Prince” would sound like, if Michel Gondry decided to make that his next project. Damn, that’s a great idea.