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April has been a busy month for the Synthwave scene. With Bandcamp Fridays gaining bigger traction every month and most countries growing rife with promising hopes of live concerts making a comeback, it seems like this fruitful month is but a taste of the glorious

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From the desolate, infinite stillness of our ever-expanding musical cyberspace, Shenzen-based producer Ryan Hill, aka KAGAMI Smile, has hijacked the early April airwaves. The nature of the transmission? An aethereal excursion into forms set free from the confines of the physical realm, a sonic mass

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The Berlin-based Siamese Youth has just dropped the delicious "Echoes of Tomorrow," their sophomore album from NRW! "Echoes of Tomorrow" is stuffed with layers of neon-drenched synth, sick guitar grooves, and supremely catchy pop influences that combine to create a fantastic album of next-generation synthpop. Siamese

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Gamers, retro-dreamers and hopeless romantics, you’re going to want to reach for your headphones for this one. Castroe is back in top form with a full-length album of retrofuturistic bliss. With its nine tracks and forty-minute runtime, Fall Into You is a concise album that

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For all of you sickos out there, whose senses ache in craving for the next fix of ultraviolence, here’s a little something that will keep your buzz going. Singaporean producer Microchip Terror is back with the follow up to the industrial Darksynth mayhem that was

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Hitting back a mere 13 months after their self-released debut album The Future is Now, Poland’s bloodthirsty UltraKiller are back to roughen up and terrorize your glossy palm-paved neighbourhoods. For those new to the Polish duo’s strain of Riff-heavy darksynth, the graphic album art to their

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The wait is over, rabid retroheads! Wolfclub is back with full force with a record to send your brainwaves cruising down memory lane. Titled, Just Drive Pt.1, the album sees the artist setting the groundwork for an exciting multi-part saga paved with catchy choruses and

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