Released internationally by Namco in November 1988, the arcade cult classic got attention (both positive and negative, though some say there is no bad press) for its over-the top themes of horror and gore.
I know Halloween’s come and gone, but the horror continues! Once we started doing game reviews, Splatterhouse stood out in my sick little mind as one that needed to grace this website’s pages. Released internationally by Namco in November 1988, the arcade cult classic got attention (both positive and
Use the soundcloud playlist in this Italian Vice article to listen! Void Vision, I will admit, is somewhat of an enigma. I have been able to find out very little about the project, except that it is one girl and some synths. Apparently a few singles have been
Obviously, people age. That’s only science and nature, right? It’s also known that some people age gracefully, and some people don’t. On another side of it, some people are destined for longer careers than others. Some people manage to adapt to the times, and some fade (though never completely).
Listen and download here! Starcadian’s new album, “Saturdaze,” is an homage to Saturday morning TV, but that’s just where this collection of music begins. This album’s intensity is not to be trifled with! The beats kick and run free; these are all songs you could tear up a dance
Listen for free and purchase here! One of the mainstays in the Retrowave genre, Mega Drive has been at it since 2012 and has made a name amongst the artists producing music today. The album “198X AD” was a fantastic piece of work, and this followup is no different
Listen for free and purchase the album here! A foreboding image serves as the album cover. The EP itself is not unlike a dark house, both threatening and beckoning. GosT’s latest EP, “S/T,” is a collection of sound lying in wait to wound passersby with its intensity and