After teasing us throughout the summer, the Californian synth wizards Tim McEwen and Tyler Lyle of The Midnight have released their third full length album, “Kids,” to many eager fans.
The Midnight stunned audiences in 2016 and 2017 with the releases “Endless Summer,” and “Nocturnal,” -
It's after one in the morning and I've just now seen the trailer to something that looks like a movie that is finally up my alley. Finally a movie that can keep my attention. "Sorry, To Bother You" was a great film, I loved it.
I was pleasantly surprised today while watching a new episode of Bon Appétit on YouTube. When the subject of listening music while cooking and one of the cooks in the kitchen decides to name drop TIMECOP 1983 and goes into sharing his earbuds with the
THE MIDNIGHT – The Nocturnal
In preparation for The Midnight's new album we take a look at their previous masterpiece 'Nocturnal'…
A VHS musical fueled adventure through much loved 80’s tropes, blending action, romance and horror in equal measure. Nocturnal promises not only splendid nostalgia-drenched-analogue-soaked sounds, but
Australia based producer Killstarr, aka Jonathan von Kelaita, is turning heads with his debut album, “Worlds Apart.” Streaming straight from the sun kissed city of Melbourne, “Worlds Apart” is an achievement in synthwork – expertly blending elements of dreamwave, chillwave, and outrun to create a
I am probably the least “cool” person who writes for this website, hands down, but we like to talk about cool stuff here, right? Rockets, lasers, barbarians, robots, all kinds of shit. Motorcycles are pretty high on the cool index. Being both a spineless coward
Maethelvin - As We Were
A lazy VHS synth bent out of shape, mangled in the tape and beautiful for it. Trapped in the throbbing-to-pop sensation in your ears, adrenaline’s muscular drive through the veins.
Sharp moving leads, a painless thump of synths glistening like transparent fireworks.
In a time of neo-fascism, corporate leaning politics, xenophobia and police shootings. People want to know there is a hero out there ready to take it all on his shoulders and chuck it off a cliff into shark infested waters. We need a hero in
Chinatown. The densely populated original hood of Manhattan. The home of the knockoff Gucci purse, mixtape slingers, fresh tags, Chinatown Fair, Char Siu Buns and infamous Doyers street. In the 90's only a few of us sub-cultured recluses would dare venture outside of our uncomfortable
You may remember Possession as a standout from our review of Octal #2. The comic that manages to be equal parts forward thinking and retro-inspired is here with a full-length debut issue.
It’s refreshing to see a series so rooted in classic mythology to be such
Introducing JUNKS - a fantastic and delicious new synth group making their way into the scene all the way from the mog strewn, neon-lit streets of the eastern Chinese metropolis Hangzhou!
They describe their sound as "
Wowzers. We are not sure if MUSE will fully implement the Retrowave sound in this next album, but we jolly well hope that they do. Just seeing this image alone made us fall out of our seats. Kyle Lambert (Famous for his Stranger Things Posters) provided