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Brace yourselves, retroheads, it’s that time of the month again. In yet another unwelcome and unexpected turn of events, February of 2021 will sadly have gone by bearing the mark of a grand musical chapter laid to rest. Electronic music’s masked superheroes will have retired

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Bittersweet news has hit the Internet music community these past few weeks. On February 8th London-based Dreampunk epicentre Dream Catalogue announced the end of their activities as a label on February 23rd. As a final sendoff to mark the end of a genre-defining 7-year run, the

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Less than two years since Escape From Neon City, Belarusian retrowave artist Fury Weekend is back in business with a fresh full-length album up on the digital streaming shelves. This time around, the Minsk-based producer has teamed up with no less than eight guest collaborators

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Vaporwave/Future Funk producer Karate King (spelt in Japanese Kanji as 空手王) has finally completed his IKARI mixtape trilogy. First unveiled to the world in December of 2017, the IKARI​-​蒸気波LP (tr: Vaporwave LP) series are an anthology of vintage funky sample-based tracks tinted with the existential

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Seasoned Retrowave musician, songwriter and creative director Laura Fares has just made her Full-length debut as a solo artist with Believer. Having shared the stage and served as a trusted songwriter for NINA, LAU’s creative imprint on the scene is only further anchored on this ten-track

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French Outrun artist Niky Nine released his latest EP Black Sharken last Friday via Lazerdiscs Records. Following up where his 2019 debut album Suncore had left off, this fresh new release marks the end of the Ozuwara narrative ark  and sees the artist finetuning his production

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French Retrowave artist Natsukime released her first full-length album on Monday. Titled Ikigai (生き甲斐) (Japanese for ‘Reason for Being’), the debut album features a wide scope of stylistic influences ranging from Drum n’ Bass to oriental Cyberpunk aesthetics, amounting to an unmistakably distinctive take on

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From the tumultuous political nightmares to the unexpected stock market takeovers, this first month into 2021 certainly wasn't the first breath of fresh air we had been naively hoping for. With all of its frantic twists and turns, History has not been keeping still lately

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Honorable Mentions Dan Terminus – Feral [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJti6_oiR1A[/embed] Danger – 04:42 Still Free [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4i9hpysvjnU[/embed] Jean Frais – Touch [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aenu1RIBdwA[/embed] Korine – Cruel [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=InQ5JLY_LmM[/embed] Top 10 Retrowave Music Videos of 2020 10. Trevor Something – Can You Feel it? [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWKVKGxOCzg[/embed] 9. Meteor & Magic Dance – Ready to Fight [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qpY8S5wors[/embed] 8. LeBrock – Interstellar [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oZizivLk70[/embed] 7. Jessie Frye ft.Timecop1983 – Faded Memory [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gB-l1ijtRoo[/embed] 6. Mecha

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Carbon Killer is finally here and ready to blow your face off with his electrifying strain of retro-tinged electro-rock. No more than three years since having started the project, the mysterious masked avenger has made a spectacular entrance onto the Retrowave scene, wielding a transparent

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