Toco toco has just released thorough profile of Emi Kusano, the retro-future idol behind synthpop sensation Satellite Young. A “documentary series showcasing Japanese creators and the places that inspire them,” toco toco tv follows Kusano to her favorite places in Tokyo as she explains her
The sensational synthwave siren NINA is back with her debut full-length album, “Sleepwalking!”
Packed full of punchy pop vibes, expertly arranged arpeggiations and breathy, timeless vocals, NINA’s “Sleepwalking” is slated to be a triple-A release. This should come as no surprise, since the London based singer-songwriter
The Parisian producer Sierra is new to the scene – but with an amazing release like "Strange Valley," she's certain to carve out a name for herself quickly. After scouring the internet, we can find no mention of the mysterious Sierra's real name. I tried
The German based synth machine Compilerbau, aka Rudi Koller, is back with another astounding release entitled "Trickster's Paradise."
Here it is ladies and gentlemen. The most important list of all! The Top Ten Best Retrowave Albums of 2017. It was such a packed year with many album releases. Making this list was not easy. Without further ado, we present The Top Ten Best
Presenting the Top Ten Album/ EP Covers of 2017.
Let's delve into this years Top Ten Original Retrowave Music Videos!
After rotting in the crypt for another year, CONFRONTATIONAL, aka Massimo Usai, is back with a delightfully devilish new album, “The Burning Dawn.” I’m pleased to state that like a cask of blistering bourbon or a fine, blood-red wine - Usai’s work only seems to
French House and Nu-Disco vanguard LIFELIKE, aka Laurent Ash, is no stranger to the music industry.
Pheonix based Robots with Rayguns, aka Lucas Patrick Smith, is back in action with his fifth fantastic studio album - the slick and sultry “Slow Jams.”
Scandroid - MonochromeDetroit based Scandroid is back with his much anticipated sophomore album, “Monochrome.” This album follows close (less than a year) on the heels of his lauded breakout self-titled album, “Scandroid.”