Why has it been the best summer for synthwave album releases? Seriously. Butterflies & Barbiturates by SWAGBOT makes my job as a reviewer so easy. The album is, first and foremost, strange. The songs are all varied wonderfully while still maintaining a consistent sound, but that sound
A Space Love Adventure has released an EP, and it’s everything his fans and supporters have been waiting for. Since 2011, ASLA has been producing synthwave music and honing his skills. You may have heard him on the Outrun Europa comp, as well as a
Yes folks. Here is the first of many visual treats. Directed by Mykola Dosenko, who has also worked with Major Lazer, Snoop Lion (:p), Kanye West and more. Feast your eyes on the introduction of Magnatron
There are few releases I can remember looking forward to as much as Timecop1983's latest offering Reflections. In fact, the last time I remember even counting down to an album's release date was October of 2007, when Say Anything released a fantastic punk album and Coheed &
From the decade that brought you the video arcade and made wood panels a household thing (if you had a house). The same decade that made things somewhat popular that we now look back on like they were golden fleeces. One of those recurring
‘Exploration 84’ is predominately instrumental and it projects an exceptionally smooth and lucid gleam that I really enjoyed. A great deal of Waveshaper’s music often sounds like it’s been scored to a movie and the music has the ability to inspire images in your mind.
One of my favorite things about the scene is the fact that you can find an artist you have never heard before, who is good enough that you definitely should have heard of them before, and who has been active long enough to
Pre-orders for Magnatron go online tomorrow (June 15th) and will include the first single we have been teasing you with! ;) Expect a quality record that will truly inspire you. Also we have heard all of your calls and will finally answer them. Magnatron will be
I spoke to some dude on twitter a little while ago who described Irving Force as being, "Too extreme and Black Metal" for his tastes. I found this comment insanely confusing as I wasn't aware that Adam Skog (Aka Irving Force) was off burning down
It was mental health awareness week in the UK last week and it is time to spread the word and rally together some supreme talent to help get the word out. So from Friday the 15 to the 29th, the plan is to raise awareness for
Miami Kills is the sophomore LP by the genre veteran Action Jackson who brings back his tight production skills and great storytelling on this record.
April 30th saw the release of Power Gloves eagerly anticipated follow up to their 2013 debut, EP1. The new album wastes no time in picking up from where the Australian duo left off and begins to dig deeper into the dark and mysterious soundscape as