The Los Angeles based Synth sensation The Midnight is back with a stunning new EP, “Nocturnal.”
Michael Oakley is turning heads with his debut EP “California.” Oakley is a Glasgow born, recent Canadian transplant known for his melancholic synth-pop and a heady mix of 80’s power-ballad vocals.
After four long years the synthwave vanguard FM Attack is back with his third album, “Stellar” - a truly out-of-this-world release!
Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein - one half of the dark synth sensation S U R V I V E - have received an Emmy Award for their work on the fantastic and immensely popular synth soundtrack to “Stranger Things.”
Spooling up “The Space Tapes” feels like slapping the lever down and watching the stars blur into hyperdrive – instantly you are transported into another place, another time - another dimension.
Swedish synth-wizard Waveshaper, aka Tom Andersson, is back in fantastic futuristic fashion with the release of his newest EP, “Velocity.”
So it is with “Iteration,” the third full length album from the Synth God Com Truise - a.k.a Seth Haley. Nearly 5 years since his last album release, Com Truise continues a loose narrative that follows the epic journey of an eponymous synthetic astronaut and
Danger, a.k.a. Franck Rivoire, the elusive black mage of synthwave, is back in a big fashion – leaping from the shadows and straight into the spotlight with his first full-length album, “Taiko.”
The much beloved synth siren Dana Jean Pheonix is back with her third, long-awaited full length album, “Synth City.” This collection of tracks is a powerful mix of dreamwave and synthpop - a true testament to just how amazing retro vocals can be when done
It isn't very often, however, that synthwave successfully merges with dance music. Midnight Driver's latest release, "Discotek", does just that – and, most importantly, does it well.
David Grellier, aka College, is a synthwave pioneer. Whether you know it or not, he is likely one of the major reasons you even listen to retrosynth music - unless, of course, you were around for the first generation of synth music. Hell, it's not
Kalax is back in a truly grand fashion with his astounding and cinematic self-titled sophomore album.