Hidden beneath the sleepless commotion of London’s ever so hectic Waterloo station, the 2019 edition of Retro Future Fest delivered on every one of its promises to dedicated fans having flocked to the British capital.
Leake Streets’ brick-walled halls glowed with majestic, electric neon lights, paving
Marking his first European appearance onstage on July 27th at Retro Future Fest, Betamaxx may well be one of the most widely anticipated live shows of the whole evening. From his work on the Kung Fury score to his three essential full-length records, the Pennsylvania-based
Seven days from now, London’s Southbank will be hosting what is already setting out to be the undisputed Retro gathering of the summer. European retroheads, mark your calendars on July 27th if you haven’t already, because Retro Future Fest is a date you’re not going
Returning with a fresh new album titled ‘Stranger on Film’, Yota has been sending some smooth, sparkly vibes throughout the scene with her catchy NuDisco-infused Synthwave tunes. Aided by producers from both her home country of Sweden and France, where she is currently based, Yota
With its bright, sunny sounds Sky Civilian’s Open Door could not have dropped at a more appropriate time: drawing influence from fresh refrigerated fresh orange juice, ceiling fans and air conditioners, Santa-Fe based artist Maggie Thornton’s debut EP is exactly what you need to face summer’s
As a relatively new player in the game, Sierra earned her place amongst the Lazerdiscs Records roster thanks to her freshly acquired yet efficient chops in electronic music production with Strange Valley. Staying close to her French roots, the young talent has shown a knack
After three years of tireless efforts to deliver what is hyped up to be the Retrowave movie experience of a lifetime, Seth Ickerman has recently announced the near completion of their widely anticipated Blood Machines Space-Opera feature. Pitched as a follow up to the jaw-dropping
As a music genre based on a retro-aesthetic and generational nostalgia, there are several options at hand for Synthwave regarding its future in the next coming decade. In many respects, the growing Nineties trend very much feels like Y2K all over again for the Retrowave
Whether it be as a director, VFX artist or his top-grade musical output, Starcadian aims and reaches for the top shelf with every project he takes on. Along with his trusted Co-Director Rob O’ Neill, the masked space-voyager has been dropping jaws unfolding the epic
Last weeks’ Retro Synth Fury has come and gone in what seemed like a flash, having guided avid Synthwave enthusiasts deep into the night with a flawless, steady delivery of top-grade shows.
The first night at Supersonic surpassed all expectations with a warm-up show consisting of
The sad reality as of today, dear reader, is that France could not disregard sci-fi and fantasy movies any more than it does if it tried. For a country known for its rich culture in animation, the film industry in the land of cheese, wine
Any loyal NewRetroWave reader and subscriber reading these lines will have most likely heard of Synthwave artist Morgan Willis. The past few years have been busy ones for the Rouen-based producer, though not without due recognition for his consistent efforts to deliver one critically acclaimed