The music released on Daniel Lopatin's Software label is Internet native. The context for this music is the digital space--that's where the inspiration comes from, where the audience is, and how the music finds people. That's true for a whole lot of music these days, of course, but from the name on down Software makes it explicit. Remembrance is the first proper release by Suicideyear, the project of young Baton Rouge-based producer James Prudhomme, but he's been around online for a couple of years, putting out mixtapes, remixes, and original productions for rappers. The most widely heard of these to date is his beat for "Hurt", for Swedish teenager Yung Lean, and it was a characteristic production: slow-to-midtempo, the brittle, rapid-fire electronic percussion fills that have come to signal "trap," and spacey, melancholic synth lines appropriate for Lean's "sad boy" aesthetic. Whatever else you might say about it, Suicideyear makes Internet music, work that clearly draws from the online music world's abundance; but Prudhomme manages to put his own spin on this cluster of signifiers, finding a way to channel feelings in a distinctive way.