The devilish duo Dance With The Dead are being resurrected back into the spotlight with the release of “B-Sides: Volume 1.” Although this album is comprised of various unreleased and compilation tracks, it is quickly shaping up to be a truly fiendish fan favorite.
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The German legend Peter Zimmermann is set to steal the spotlight with his newest italo-disco bombshell, "Eine Nacht Mit Peter Zimmermann." This album listens like a stiff drink feels - warming you inside until you're bursting with a drunken energy and you just can't help
Swedish sensation Damokles, a.k.a. Anders Ekström, is blasting back from the past with his newest EP, "Bring Out The Funk."
After two long years in the works, the Los Angeles based duo The Midnight is back with their sophomore album, "Endless Summer."
You’ve worked professionally in sound design and music for a long time, when did you realize you wanted produce music?
I started out playing bass in a rock band when I was a kid. And I have always been playing in bands.
In 2006/2007 I started composing
"Furi" is an expertly crafted, mostly top-down hack n' slash platform shooter similar in style to Hotline: Miami mashed together with Contra – except it features only a string of epic face burning boss battles.
Code Elektro is back with his sophomore album, “WOLF”. This highly anticipated release is a largely down-tempo, ethereal concept album inspired by cyberpunk style science fiction and the Scandinavian countryside.
Stilz, a producer based in Calgary, Canada, has re-released his most recent album, "Judicator."
As one can imagine, Derime has listened to a monumental amount of synthwave in his career – and this experience is clearly shown in "Police Heartbreaker".
It is easy to imagine the replicant Roy Batty listening intently to “Transmissions” as attack ships burn off the shoulder of Orion or as C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. One can only hope that a release such as this is not
Lets face it : synthwave, like any genre, has a tendency to become repetitive. Many Producers get stuck in retro stereotypes to the point of cliche, and tend to repeat the same themes, again and again.