Michael Oakley has returned the spotlight with the release of his first full length album, “Introspect!”
Each track on this record is steeped in authentic nostalgia – just bleeding pure retro sounds from start to neon finish.
It was just over a year and a half ago
Liverpool based Kalax has released a stunning new album, simply entitled "III." This is his third full-length release, hence the name, - and easily his best release yet!
With his telltale crisp production and layered synths, the profound Kalax sound is back and in glorious action.
The Sweden-based synth wonder Waveshaper announced via social media his latest album, "Artifact," is set to be released on May 6th! After the digital release "Artifact" will also be released on vinyl May 31st.
Not counting Waveshaper's "Lost Shapes" B-sides album - "Artifact" is lining up
The UK based analog and circuit wizard Sam Battle, aka Look Mum No Computer, is out now with what may very well be his first single and official music video, "Groundhog Day!" This single is a bit different than our regular NewRetroWave sound, but exquisite
Retro Future Festival is back for its third annual UK installment on July the 27th. These organizers are aiming to throw the "biggest retro party of the year" - and Retro Future Fest's lineup certainly is backing up that claim. On the main stage will
Moscow based newcomer Florida Skyline is quickly making a mark with the release of an absolute bombshell album entitled "The Green Tapes" almost out of nowhere. Fittingly featured on the Midwest Collective, this is not one you want to miss!
Florida Skyline is incredibly reminiscent of HOME's
We are pleased to debut "Camerson's Motorcycle Diaries" from the LA-based, Austrian composer Paul Haslinger - best known for his work with Tangerine Dream from 1986 to 1990.
Haslinger has also has done extensive work with film, television, and video game soundtracks. His latest release is
LeBrock's 2016 smash retrosynth hit "Action & Romance" was fully remastered and re-released via FiXT back in February. As such, We thought this was the perfect opportunity to take a look at this "classic" album that helped launch LeBrock into the synthwave sphere.
The first thing you'll notice
Tim McEwan and Tyler Lyle, the Synthpop wonder duo behind The Midnight, made their 5th U.S. tour stop (Their 40th show ever) this past Wednesday in Columbus, Ohio. They played to a nearly at-capacity venue. Very impressive when you realize it was a weekday and
After coming in twice in our top 10 EP’s of the year in 2016 and 2018, Slvmber is back again with a delicious sophomore LP, “Teenage Crimes.”
This album is a luscious continuation of the inspired Slvmber sound – rich melodies wrapped in stuttering Com Truise
Back in 2018 we listed The Bad Dreamers as our number 1 top newcomer to retrosynth when it came time to do lists. Even though it’s been months since its release, their breakout debut album “Songs About People Including Myself” is still continually making waves
The Russian based Corrupted Machines is out now with their debut LP, "Nocturnal." This is an impressive first showing, running the gamut from Synthwave, Hard Rock/Metal and Cyberpunk to a touch of dreamwave. Each track seems to really embody a certain surprisingly mature aesthetic that