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Back in 2018 we listed The Bad Dreamers as our number 1 top newcomer to retrosynth when it came time to do lists. Even though it’s been months since its release, their breakout debut album “Songs About People Including Myself” is still continually making waves

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The one and only DEADLIFE has returned in spectacular fashion, releasing his fourth and perhaps most experimental darksynth album, “Orphan.” DEADLIFE’s darksynth banger “Bionic Chrysalis,” was a breakout hit, and many lauded him as a new darksynth producer akin to Perturbator, Dan Terminus, and Gost. Then, after

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Synth and Soul Collide in Ride Moonraccoon and Gryff were both artists with strong showings in 2018, so seeing the two collaborate on Ride should be a delight to any fan of the genre. Swedish-based Moonraccoon’s style has always been a fine balance between the cinematic

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Moonraccoon’s 2017 debut Sunset City saw the Swedish producer craft 10 pulsing and infectious songs, many of which featuring collaborators like emotional crooner Thunder Porpoise or the synth shredder Straplocked. While those collaborative tracks were fantastic, it was on album midpoint “Midnight Cruise” that Moonraccoon

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GUNSHIP - Dark All Day - Album Review Taking stylistic and audio cues from Carpenter's brooding shadows, Cameron’s neo-noir chrome, Spielberg's uplifting interstellar lights, Dark All Day perfectly riffs on all the 80’s sci-fi you adored from your yester-years-youth whilst exploring entirely ‘New Retro’ themes. The very

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THE MIDNIGHT – The Nocturnal  In preparation for The Midnight's new album we take a look at their previous masterpiece 'Nocturnal'…   A VHS musical fueled adventure through much loved 80’s tropes, blending action, romance and horror in equal measure. Nocturnal promises not only splendid nostalgia-drenched-analogue-soaked sounds, but

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