The winner of the Michael Oakely remix contest has been announced as the Florida-based newcomer Syst3m Glitch! Congratulations!
This remix of 'Control' from Michael Oakley's instant-classic album, "Introspect" features a fantastic deep synth bassline and quick synth staccato rolls - turning the original song on its head
Jessie Frye's "Kiss Me In The Rain" is scheduled to drop this Friday!
The singles released ahead of the album are the perfect example of fantastically catchy romantic synthwave and synthpop. Her longtime musical team mate Matt Aslanian has some wild production skills, and they really
At 1980 has just released their stunning debut album, “A Thousand Lives!” Comprised of the Spanish Adrian Quesada Michelena and singer Josh Dally, At 1980 is a new artist to NewRetroWave, but hardly a new artist to synthwave in general.
In fact, Josh Dally was featured on
“High Tides” is the latest release on NRW – but not the kind you’re used to. It’s a soundtrack EP for “Wave Break” – an arcade style SKATE BOATING retro shooter game, with “A splash of guns, kickflips, and explosions – set in an 80s
Zombie Hyperdrive is BACK with the epic sci-fi spacewave journey “Imperium!”
It’s been 4 long years since Zombie Hyperdrive’s last fantastic release “Hyperion,” took listeners to the stars, and since then the ZH sound has only improved. Instantly grabbing you attention with well crafted synthesizers and
The momentous LAST INSTALLMENT Magnatron III is coming July 24th, – but you don’t have to wait that long - the first two radical singles from the album are here!
“Aeon” is a deliciously cinematic, devilishly downtempo track from the insane duo of Power Glove and
STRNGR’s latest amazing demo “Bumping Uglies” caught me by surprise. The tracks are filled with a raw darkness and energy I haven't heard in what feels like forever.
On top of that, STRNGR announced: "Any and all proceeds go toward either the NAACP legal defense and
The Paris-based bombshell Yota is back with “Hazy Paradise!”
This sultry album is a beautiful shift in Yota’s sound – more prominently featuring her synthy side and cementing her status as an incredibly talented vocalist. While Her last album, “Strangers on Film” felt a bit more
The music of Trevor Something is always in a constant state of flux. From one album to the next his style and sound can radically change – and almost always for the better.
Trevor Something released the outstanding shoegaze garage/indie rock surf-noise album “Die With You”
The ominous Russian newcomer Gress had debuted a truly vile EP, “MMXX” – out now on JST Records!
This mix of evil electro and darksynth - with a sprinkle of techhouse in the style of Gesaffelstein, but with an original twist. this combination makes for a
The latest and greatest album from Neon Nox, “Last Stand,” is a powerful adrenaline rush of outrun and synth, molded perfectly around catchy and nostalgic hooks.
Each cut on this “Last Stand” feels like it could equally be the soundtrack to some 80s arcade past or
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