Sunday, lovely Sunday. For those who still haven’t the option of stepping outside, our stroll down memory lanes has extended into the weekend to bring you some more memories and words from Synthwave’s most brilliant talent. Our guest of the day is none other than
Earlier in the month of May I paid some due respect to the platformer, that ubiquitous and well-loved game format that has seen countless iterations since its inception in the early 80s. Platformers are possibly the most well-recognized type of video game worldwide, even by
Get ready to make the jump to hyperspace, Synthwave fanatics!
Morgan Willis has returned with news about an upcoming follow-up to the Sci-Fi Synthwave album Supernova.
He's back this summer for another adventure!
SUPERNOVA : In Search of Adhara drops this Summer on all download and streaming platforms.
The weekend is upon us and the Synth fuelled trip down memory lane continues. We are joined by Italy’s very own Vincenzo Salvia, who spared us some time off of his hectic schedule to share a quick movie recommendation and let us know what he’s
From Mother Russia Bleeds with love, Fixions embodies the unholy matrimony of retrogaming and good old-fashioned offensive, unfettered violence. The French producer released his latest album Dark Days last month and is getting ready to double up the dosage of synth distortion with his upcoming
The Synth Squad have been one of the most reliable and consistent authorities for all things Synth and Retro for the past few years. The duo from Paris has outlasted and outshined most in the scene through their hard work and unmatched scrutiny of the Retrowave
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