Chillwave apparently has yet to crest. More musicians continue to hop on last summer's "glo-fi" bandwagon, birthing hazy synth-pop that sounds like what James Murphy would call "borrowed nostalgia for the unremembered '80s." Million Young fits that mold but continues to expand it.

Chillwave apparently has yet to crest. More musicians continue to hop on last summer's "glo-fi" bandwagon, birthing hazy synth-pop that sounds like what James Murphy would call "borrowed nostalgia for the unremembered '80s." Million Young fits that mold but continues to expand it.

Floridian Mike Diaz works in a vein similar to Washed Out and Toro y Moi, crafting melancholy club music propelled by crisp disco beats, charmingly imperfect vocals and gauzy textures peppered with bright neon blasts.

On tracks like "Youthless," he blurs the edges of his subgenre by inserting traces of today's indie rock royalty from Animal Collective to Vampire Weekend.