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It’s time to pick up your receivers, retroheads! Sellorekt/LA Dreams’s on line one and is demanding that you check out his latest album Cherry Vice, an album drenched in commodified office-space romance. With his efficient blend of Synthwave and officewave pastiche aesthetics, Sellorekt shows us

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EDIT: Thanks to a lot of work from the community, most of the stolen tracks have been removed. Hopefully, the Shazam will be taken down soon too. Great job everyone! Overnight, a grand drama has developed in the synth scene. The darksynth / electro producer CYBERTHING!

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Synth demon Alex is keeping a busy schedule, it seems. Over the past week, the Edinburgh based artist dropped 2 singles and one full EP on his Bandcamp page. The first release is a full EP that sees ALEX push his sound to new extremes. ‘Death

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Some sad news has struck the Retrowave scene today, as electropop powerhouse Chromatics have just announced their separation after a successful 20-year run. The announcement was relayed on Instagram in a post signed by Ruth Radelet, Adam Miller and Nat Walker. Though the post did

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From The Goonies, BMX Bandit and Rad to Stranger Things and Stephen King’s IT, Bikes are essential components of eighties culture. Nothing brought freedom, excitement and adventure to an eighties kid quite as a shiny two-wheeler did. On his newly released sophomore concept album ‘CODENAME

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Monowoman’s third full-length album ‘In Eternal Sleep’ is yet another reminder from Neon Retro Records never to underestimate the chops of Russia’s retrowave scene. Presenting itself in very familiar colours with its Blade-Runner-meets-2814 album art, this album will most likely fly under the radar of

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The Godfather of horror John Carpenter has teamed up with Glaswegian Synthpop act CHVRCHES for a remix of their newest single ‘Good Girls’. The (somewhat unlikely) collaboration came into fruition as part of the promotion of CHVRCHES’ upcoming fourth album Screen Violence. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypUwRjH9sAU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du4kNAyjVCg In turn, the band

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Brooklyn-based synth artist Diamond Field made a grand full-length debut last Friday with a shiny, star-sprangled self-titled album. Self-described as “21st Century ‘80s Music”, Diamond Field is an album that lives up to its purpose and album cover color scheme. More than yet another nightdriving

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