Australia based producer Killstarr, aka Jonathan von Kelaita, is turning heads with his debut album, “Worlds Apart.” Streaming straight from the sun kissed city of Melbourne, “Worlds Apart” is an achievement in synthwork – expertly blending elements of dreamwave, chillwave, and outrun to create a
California based producer Lucy in Disguise, aka Steven Romeo, is back with a deluxe and supremely spacey sophomore release entitled "Unknown Frequency!" A fantastic mix of chillwave and dreamwave, with a light peppering funk, listening to this album feels like taking a trip through uncharted
Through her handful of tracks released since the start of the decade, NINA has proven her ability to deliver the goods when it comes to outrun-inspired pop singles. Having been announced shortly after the release of her last EP, Sleepwalking marks the debut album release
March may come in like a lion but Mecha Maiko made sure that February 2018 didn’t end with a whimper. Hayley Stewart, former half of Dead Astronauts, accomplishes a lot in her 10 track debut that proves to be infectious, exciting, and introspective pop-infused synthwave.
The Parisian producer Sierra is new to the scene – but with an amazing release like "Strange Valley," she's certain to carve out a name for herself quickly. After scouring the internet, we can find no mention of the mysterious Sierra's real name. I tried
The German based synth machine Compilerbau, aka Rudi Koller, is back with another astounding release entitled "Trickster's Paradise."
It's official folks. STAR FORCE has launched pre-orders for their Omniversal Oscillations vinyl release via qrates. Pre-Order below today!
After rotting in the crypt for another year, CONFRONTATIONAL, aka Massimo Usai, is back with a delightfully devilish new album, “The Burning Dawn.” I’m pleased to state that like a cask of blistering bourbon or a fine, blood-red wine - Usai’s work only seems to
In December look out for an EP compilation including Nina, Vincenzo Salvia, Dana Jean Phoenix and Espen Kraft, on a lovely 45 rpm vinyl via Night Drive Records. Watch the video below for more info.
It was mid afternoon in Tucson, AZ when I spotted a post on Instagram about the new video from Philly shoegaze outfit DEATH OF LOVERS.
Bubbling under the surface of the fairly generic Hollywood-comic-book-action soundtrack there is another soundtrack at work. A score full of dreamy arps, retro synth basses, sparkling keys and gauzy pads. An 80s-sci-fi inspired spin on the synthwave aesthetic.