For this edition of Memory Lanes, we wanted to seize the opportunity to tip our hats to our peers in the scene and acknowledge the incredible work and dedication they’ve brought to the scene. Hailing from Paris, the Synth Squad have been putting just about
Fort Apache the Bronx (1981)
This will probably be the most serious movie I’ve ever viewed and reviewed for your nostalgic pleasure.
Fort Apache the Bronx is a 1981 American crime drama film directed by Daniel Petrie. The film is about a hard-drinking, lonely veteran cop, Murphy
Week three of our exhibition down Memory Lanes closes off with some choice cuts picked out by honourable guest James Secker, award-winning filmmaker behind The Summoner (full short available below), events consultant for the UK’s Retro Future Festival and editor for Synthwave TV. Fueled by
The Atlanta Georgia based Gregorio Fanco is back from the abyss with his latest album - "JUDGEMENT."
This is one of the heaviest albums I've heard in some time, with Gregorio Franco's signature blend of synthmetal and darksynth turned up to 11. with some of the
The stunning Yota is back with a brand new neon sunset single - "The Vibe"
And Vibe this track does! With Yota's signature blend of synthwave, nudisco and french house, "The Vibe" is a fantastic track to help jump start your summer nights.
This track perfectly extracts
Yes, you read that name correctly - we have another spoonerism folks! Buspin Jieber is out now with - you guessed it - some synth very reminiscent of Com Truise. His first full-length album "V.H.S. Volcanic / Harmonic / Sounds" was released via Touched Music this
I have ranted and raved about Dungeons & Dragons constantly, here and elsewhere, since 1996 when a classmate sold me on the concept during a middle school science class when we should have been paying attention to a lecture on the Periodic Table. While I
The devilish Barcelona based Nightcrawler has released a titanic third full-length studio album, appropriately titled "Visionary."
This album notably deviates from Nightcrawler's more traditional synthwave and darksynth sound, being filled to the brim with exquisite elements of industrial and synthpop, as well as bits of EBM,
Once in a while a release comes along that reminds me why I started writing about synth music in the first place. DEADLIFE's seventh studio album, the cyberpunk masterpiece, "City of Eternal Rain" is easily one such release.
This momentous album contains the best elements of the
W O L F C L U B finally back with yet another stunning release, "Runaways!"
Slamming into the #6 spot on the iTunes Dance music charts, "Runaways" is a truly beautiful album. W O L F C L U B has really crafted something fantastic
While action has always been the point of video games (unless you really, really like Battle Chess or Anticipation), the means of representing the action have often changed to suit the technology. Before the pixels got all smoothed-out and the whole world shifted to 3rd-person
MASTER BOOT RECORD, while still coming off the immense release of his last, amazing album, "Floppy Disc Overdrive," has just released the "VirtuaVerse OST!" This release coincides with the game's release yesterday - after years of hype it's finally here!
The "VirtuaVerse OST" differs from MBR's main albums,