Morgan Willis is yet another french producer that has been steadily gaining notoriety in the synthwave genre. Seriously, what's in the water over there? Fresh off the successes of last year's mega-album, “Miami Calling,” (which carved out a solid spot on our “Top Ten Retrowave
When you first hear this song not only do you question ‘what decade is it from?’ but also, ‘what decade am I in?’
New Electric Youth just released. Taken from Nicolas Winding Refn’s new Neon Demon-inspired compilation. Yes, he directed the movie "Drive" which literally paved the way for the scene!!
Have you ever had the experience of thinking your mind was existing in two different places simultaneously? You're faintly aware of another layer existing beside it.
This is just awesome. Visuals and audio are solid. Pay attention Retro overs. J-Synth is here!!!
Sunglasses Kid is a prolific UK based retro synth producer known for his collabs with Miranda Carey and Dana Jean Pheonix, and co-producing NINA's 2016 EP. His signature style is the most sun-washed type of synthwave that would perfectly belong in 80's teen/young adult movies.
Hey there listeners welcome to New Retro Wave. It’s February and you know what that means. So here’s a pretty rad track for all you love birds out there cruising along that sunset coast.
An incredible suprise. Guess who is back again
Hailing from Edinburgh, Scotland, Mono Memory is a brand new face in the synth and retro wave scene. But don’t let that freshness fool you – it’s clear upon first listen that Mono Memory is no stranger to music production. His debut EP, “’85,” is
Hey there listeners. New Retro Wave has got a great new song for you to get into the true spirit of the 80’s.
The devilish duo Dance With The Dead are being resurrected back into the spotlight with the release of “B-Sides: Volume 1.” Although this album is comprised of various unreleased and compilation tracks, it is quickly shaping up to be a truly fiendish fan favorite.
A lot has changed in synthwave since 2013, when Lazerhawk’s (until now now, last) album Skull and Shark came out. The genre has in many ways matured and a whole new generation of listeners and producers has joined the fray. Since then we've had the