“Autoviolator” is the latest white-hot bloody-knuckle darksynth release from the Antwerp based Neoslave. His work has always been brutally dark but “Autoviolator” takes it to another level - cranking up the pressure and intensity beyond anything we’ve heard from him before. Fans of Gost, Perturbator
The most perceptive Parisians will have perhaps noticed an ever-growing sensation tingling their ears and fingertips. A blue incandescent moon has recently been sighted above the French skies, casting its neon glow upon the city streets, filling the air with its static electricity. The Synthheads’
The synth master himself Com Truise aka Seth Haley is back, announcing the new mini-LP “Persuasion System!”
This mini-LP will signal a bit of a departure from Haley’s previous work, as he leaves the past Com Truise narrative behind and is “settling into a new period
The devilish guitar master Shredder1984 is wrapping up his US tour with three shows left. This guy is an absolute maniac with the strings, and brings new depth to the metal-influenced dark synth genre. His latest album “Nemesis” is truly a fantastic piece of dark
Justice, fantasy, the perfect love for the perfect cop; such are the qualities that shape the vision and sounds of Johann Derime’s Synthtastic sound. The producer from Marseille has left his imprint on the retro music scene as a household artist in the Synthwave genre
What is the butterfly effect? Well apparently it doesn’t matter now because we’ve killed them all and the bees are next, something to do with plastic straws and cars.
Scientists claim that we’re currently doing a reasonable job at a mass extinction but not nearly as
This one may begin like this:
I went to the nearby library the other day to finally put my hands on one of the classics spelled with a capital C – Don Quixote. Determined to disdain the numerous translations of Cervantes’ masterpiece, which have effectively prevented
Yoru 夜 Skylines
Eerie epic full track cinematic sketches, ominous sequences dark with hard undertones of retro inspired arps. The basslines primed for a cinematic driven journey, poppy and punchy tweaked out synth-lines which have a harrowing analogue quality.
The melodies aggravating in dystopian drones, tense dark and unearthly,
The Bad Dreamers – Who You Run To
Sunrises, skylines, everything you want from a familiar-beautiful pop inspired synthwave while at the same time exploring the darker elements of the genre.
The song conjures up all the appropriate nostalgic images of an 80’s nightclub; the club down
Stellar Dreams - Valkyrie
A young woman racing through caught up in schemes beyond time and pursued by a murderous robot from the future…
Like the soundtrack of The Terminator remastered from the original tapes, from the electric beat of Tech Noir to the mechanical thundering of
Turbo Knight - Mirrorverse
A small town in America once again finds itself embroiled in inter-dimensional war…
A Stranger Things-esque arpeggiator shifts and moves in the twilight with lush polyphony, detuned chords, glassy FM keys, chunky basslines, scattered amongst the dark synthscape.
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