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Stockholm-based Midnight Danger is back from the dead with the devilish sophomore release, "Chapter 2: Endless Nightmare!" It's been two long years since Midnight Danger released his screaming full length debut album "Malignant Force."  Since then, Midnight Danger has fine-tuned his sound like a creature of the

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The fantastic chillsynth/chillwave producer Hotel Pools is back again with yet another astounding album, "Still,"  out now on Stratford Ct. Hotel Pools has quickly risen to become a stand-out chillsynth/chillwave artists, with “Still” selling out physical media quite quickly. (Not even your humble editor was able

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Born from the need for catharsis in a detached society headed toward some Cyberpunk reality at the speed of a supercharged muscle car; "Songs of Love & Death" is the solo electronic project from NYHC pioneer Chaka Malik (BURN, Orange 9mm) and has been his

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With the resurgence of eighties pop-culture having marked a fair share of the last decade, the Retrowave community has come to expand and thrive as a fully-fledged postmodernist subculture. Bonded by a devotion to the idyllic neon era of action heroes and brick-sized mobile phones,

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Makeup and Vanity Set’s Matthew Pusti is relentless. “Breaking News” marks Pusti’s fourth official release of the year, following film soundtracks to “Foyer,” “Mather,” and the videogame “Overpass.”  He’s also worked on other projects too this year, like the horror podcast “Radio Rental” - Which

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