The classic story recurs throughout mythology, folklore, legends, and even more modern tales: the brave champion defeats the evil wizard and rescues the princess. Hell, even Super Mario Brothers follows the theme loosely! Along the way, the hero battles baddies, finds goodies, and
‘Exploration 84’ is predominately instrumental and it projects an exceptionally smooth and lucid gleam that I really enjoyed. A great deal of Waveshaper’s music often sounds like it’s been scored to a movie and the music has the ability to inspire images in your mind.
One of my favorite things about the scene is the fact that you can find an artist you have never heard before, who is good enough that you definitely should have heard of them before, and who has been active long enough to
Just when you thought it was safe, it resurfaces!!!!
Around September of last year, I applied to write for NewRetroWave. Our fearless leader sent me a link to an album called The Arcade Dream by an artist called Shirobon. I was blown away. Roughly one year later, here I am, listening to Shirobon’s newest effort, Infinity.
This Month In Retro is a monthly article where we look back on the current month as it happened during the 1980's. Learn, reminisce, and stay retro.
Yo! Since it is June and I know your dusting off your “Girls, Just Wanna Have Fun” singles for Gay Pride; I’d like to make my own, somewhat, dedication by talking about a series from way back in the day
Where you grew up as a kid probably had an effect on what system you first played a Gauntlet port on. For me, it was the eastern USA, so I played the “illegal” Tengen copy for the NES. Some in Europe played it
Pre-orders for Magnatron go online tomorrow (June 15th) and will include the first single we have been teasing you with! ;) Expect a quality record that will truly inspire you. Also we have heard all of your calls and will finally answer them. Magnatron will be
I spoke to some dude on twitter a little while ago who described Irving Force as being, "Too extreme and Black Metal" for his tastes. I found this comment insanely confusing as I wasn't aware that Adam Skog (Aka Irving Force) was off burning down
Based on the novel by Hideyuki Kikuchi and adapted into the now famous 1988 OVA of the same name. Most of you may remember Demon City Shinjuku as one of the first anime’s to be viewed on the just launched
Kung Fury the passion project of Swedish filmmaker David Sandberg. Sandberg wrote and directed the now famous trailer for Kung Fury on a budget of $5,000 after quitting his day job of directing television commercials and music videos; the same trailer that