The Red Spectacles (1987): Directed by the original Ghost in the Shell director Mamoru Oshii and the first film in his Kerberos trilogy. The Kerberos saga is a multi-medium alternate history drama that covers the events of a Japan going through civil unrest and the
Zonic Zynth - Synth lover
That feeling of walking into the ocean for the first time.
The first fizz of water at your ankles is delicious, shocking and transparent. The hug of a body spasm.
You wade further so you’re not letting it in, it’s letting you in,
Gaming on the go is easier than ever if you own a smartphone. And fans of retro classics can get their fill of old-school action on their mobile thanks to the array of revamped titles that are on offer.
Here are just a few of the
Thomas Barrandon has released a stunning new EP, “When Worlds Collide” ahead of GosT's European Possessor Tour where he'll he guest playing. This EP is a mix of darker themes and ambient music – with the opening track “Extinction” reminiscent of the Stranger Things theme
California based producer Lucy in Disguise, aka Steven Romeo, is back with a deluxe and supremely spacey sophomore release entitled "Unknown Frequency!" A fantastic mix of chillwave and dreamwave, with a light peppering funk, listening to this album feels like taking a trip through uncharted
"Violence Suppressor" is a filthy new single from Irving Force - coming locked an loaded to and ready to blow your mind! Most retro synth music you hear that brings influence from metal comes in the hair variety - but here instead "Violence Suppressor" shows
A Space Love Adventure - Nightride
All of this will be theoretically possible in the future.
Sooner or later we’ll get to a place where simulating experience is possible, to create A.I and make them believe they are sentient beings with the ability to control their own
At the end of last month, we looked at three titles from the year 1987, taking stock of their pros and cons thirty years after their original release. I like to think of the process as something between an honest review, a nostalgic look back,
Microchip Terror - the sadist from Singapore - is back in dastardly action and ready to showcase the fruits of his latest evil research in his debut LP "Illegal Experiments!"
This vile and foul release is a prefect blend of darksynth and industrial, building a new
It’s another solid showing for Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Coronation, as the nearly flawless second issue of the series from BOOM! Studios’ Archaia imprint places comic in contention as the best of the Henson spinoffs. Simon Spurrier’s skill in crafting deeply compelling characters that never feel
Let Em Riot - Foreigners
Watching as the sun retreats behind the horizon, the world passing oddly into an indigo light.
You cannot see gravity. You can see gravity by its effects.
In a similar way it’s hard to pin down why Let Em Riot – Foreigners is
The New Division, aka the Los Angeles based John Glenn Kunkel, has released the sensational synthy new wave single "Jealous." This electronic retro lovesick crooner comes ahead of his upcoming EP, "Fader," set to be released on May 11.
The New Division has released multiple albums