There is a genre of music that is changing the way we look at aesthetics and nostalgia, its called Vaporwave. The music movement emerged in the early 2010s from the internet and particularly the Internet communities who had a nostalgic fascination with retro cultural aesthetics from the 80s, 90s, and 00s. The nostalgia is for video games, technology, Japanese culture and advertising, and styles of commercial and popular music such as lounge, smooth jazz and elevator music.
The movement features musical and sound sampling which is often pitched, layered or altered in a chopped, screwed or glitches style. The video clips used are often filtered with a purple tint and glitchy VHS-esque distortion, giving the videos a hallucinatory and transcendental feel.
Vaporwave has been said to be a rebellion against rampant, uncontrolled capitalism, particularly surrounding its treatment of nostalgia.
I'm not sure if I buy into all that but the videos themselves are weirdly addictive and compulsive viewing, especially the Simpsons Vaporwave videos which are stunning. Check out one of the most popular examples below and look up 'SIMPSONS vaporwave' to find many more videos in this style.