American Synthwave duo Causeway has marked the release of their full-length debut this month. Co-produced by Johnny Jewel and released via Italians Do It Better (formerly home to Chromatics), We Were Never Lost packs a generous serving of voluptuous synthpop, colourful sound textures and dramatic
Morgan Willis has delivered on his promise of a hard-hitting return. Released last Friday, ‘Feel it’ follows up on the ladykilling producer’s teasers hinting at a funky, disco-infused electro makeover. Majestic and larger than life, M.Willis’ Nu-Disco track will get your groove on with a
Hailing from Arizona, smokey64 is a fresh new name on the block whose first efforts are worth tuning into. From the infinite vastness of Bandcamp's ever-expanding catalogue, his debut full-length 1994 has emerged, hooking us instantly with its nostalgia-drenched 8-bit chillwave compositions. Throughout the record’s
From a dystopian future to your adrenaline-starving senses comes the latest in synthesized destruction. Moogle has returned this month with a brand new full-length tale of sci-fi action. Mysterious, mesmerizing and sharp as a razor’s edge, the sounds of Lazarus Machine are sure to quench
Those having caught up on the fourth season of Stranger Things might have overheard a short but sweet new track signed by Nashville’s in all things Synthwave. Late last month, Makeup and Vanity Set released a couple of tracks under the name Sentinels. The otherworldly
I admitted two weeks ago that I am a movie buff light. So it’s pretty obvious how my light movie buffness became awestruck, completely ineffable as a matter of fact, when I turned over the last page of Notes on Cinematography.
USA’s UP ALL NIGHT episode “Toxic Avenger”
Look at what I found. Looks like I’ve found an entire episode of USA Networks UP ALL NIGHT starring the late Gilbert Gottfried.
See, in 1989 USA network was trying to establish a foothold on the burgeoning cable network
Some novels are extremely approachable yet highly uncooperative. They welcome you with open arms only to dodge, duck, and finally flee from your reading embrace afterwards, snapping their vicious jaws of avoidance, simpering slyly. J. G. Ballard’s Crash is one of them.
It’s official folks. We have a new NRW Remix Competition for you all to enjoy. This featured competition is for Futurecop!’s song ‚My Love‘, featured on his latest album ‚From Oceans Within'. Futurecop! have contributed to the early beginnings of this scene and have played
The Dreamers takes place in Paris in a turbulent spring of 1968. Ahhh, the late 60’s – the last epoch of human naivety, its last caprice of innocence.