Hailing from Stockholm, Sweden, Robert Parker counts as one of the heavyweight veterans from the Synthwave scene. Having started as a producer in the 1990s’, the Synth wizard set foot on the retro music scene in 2009 as a well-versed songwriter and has been relentless
Hailing from the city of Toronto, Mecha Maiko is the brainchild of none other than one of Synthwave’s most recognizable voices. Be it through her previous work as one half of Dead Astronauts or her prolific output as a guest vocalist for the scene’s biggest
Through her handful of tracks released since the start of the decade, NINA has proven her ability to deliver the goods when it comes to outrun-inspired pop singles. Having been announced shortly after the release of her last EP, Sleepwalking marks the debut album release
From the ground-breaking inception of sampling to the world-renowned French Touch movement, it surely is no secret by now that the French are among the chief innovators and forbearers in the world of electronic music.
Australian retroheads brace yourselves! It’s time to clip on your fluorescent fanny packs and dig up your flashy neon windbreakers, for you’ve got some funky synth waves washing over your sunny shores this November.
Returning with yet another EP release to entice us before her (hopefully imminent) full-length release, UK pop singer NINA unveils what may very well be her most intimate, personal work to date.
Whereas some artists keep the label at an arms distance, Futurecop! stands tall and proud in its indulgence in all things “retro”. Hailing from the UK, the duo is currently celebrating its tenth anniversary as a band, a ten year run still spearheaded by the
Ten years into his creative endeavor as Com Truise, the New York-based artist is preparing to release his third full-length album, a closing chapter in the artists’ narrative arc influenced by his recent move to California.
In an age where modern electronic music sees itself conducted by the click of a mouse (even amongst its most “old-school”-leaning producers), Austin’s Synth music scene serves as a welcome and refreshing change.
Since having proven their potential and durability, the question amongst North American Synthwave fans has not so much been whether or not the French figureheads would someday reach the US venues, but rather WHEN that time would come.
Like lightning the Ickerman name has struck for the second time this year with the announcement of its newest project, a 30 minute film sequel to Turbo Killer titled Blood Machines whose pitch has every reason to jumpstart our upcoming year on a hopeful and
Having teased us as early as 2013 with the launch of a cryptic promotional website, Detroit-based electronic music producer Klayton is finally putting our wait to an end with the release of Scandroid’s self-titled debut album.