February saw the release of two movies that have been panned for years that have nonetheless maintained something resembling a cult status. Don't Answer the Phone is a movie about an amateur body-building adult photographer (stop me if you've heard this before) who sexually assaults and
Scytron is a hub that will host the best in independent films/ documentaries and shorts that are influenced and inspired by the 80's era and the growing Retrowave scene.
This is how you get down to Mega Drive! Pay Attention!
Edgar Froese has died today from a pulmonary embolism. This is extremely sad news as Tangerine Dream has been such a HUGE inspiration to many of the artists in this emerging Retrowave scene. It was an unexpected and very sudden death that no one could have imagined.
Check out this EPIC visual teaser from Waveshaper for his SOLAR DRIFTER EP. Releasing in Feb on Rad Rush Records.
This animator by the name Dillon Markey uses the Power Glove to not only streamline his stop-motion animations, but to also connect the world to how essential Power Glove is. Watch and enjoy! Expect to see this in robot Chicken!
*if your song has not been listed please don't panic. It could've turned out a lot worse, I could've included the theme music to Riptide, Hart to Hart, Hardcastle & McCormick and a bunch of others, even Jake & the Fatman [yeesh].
This Month In Retro is a monthly article where we look back on the current month as it happened during the 1980's. Learn, reminisce, and stay retro.
It’s actually been quite a good year in terms of joint efforts in synth. I didn’t rank them on purpose as I felt they are quite different in terms of production approaches and general vibe.
Neo-noir is and has been back in its prime with both urban and rural settings, neon lights, lens flares, bad people doing bad things and dangerous women turning the gears in a f’d up amoral world of vice and anti-social behavior.
Due to an extremely high demand for an epic movie, the guys over at Laser Unicorns have decided to push "Kung Fury" back for a 2015 release rather than the originally planned November 2014 release date.
Left to Our Own Devices by Le Cassette
by Rom Rom
The car revs. The nightline opens up to me. The streetlamps dotting the highway
fall away one after the other. All I can think about is her. I like the way the
pedal feels under my foot. I