The devilish Barcelona based Nightcrawler has released a titanic third full-length studio album, appropriately titled "Visionary."
This album notably deviates from Nightcrawler's more traditional synthwave and darksynth sound, being filled to the brim with exquisite elements of industrial and synthpop, as well as bits of EBM,
Once in a while a release comes along that reminds me why I started writing about synth music in the first place. DEADLIFE's seventh studio album, the cyberpunk masterpiece, "City of Eternal Rain" is easily one such release.
This momentous album contains the best elements of the
It's official folks. Magnatron 3 is officially announced for this year! This will be the final installment of the Magnatron saga and will be the biggest release yet. Magnatron III promises to be a lengthy and worthy album to end the trilogy.
We have many solid
Dropping by for a top-shelf crash course in European electronic blasts from the past, Maethelvin honoured us with a magnificent deep-dive into the world of 80s electronic music. As the co-conspirator behind the influential Valerie Collective brought us most of what you hear and see
Week two of Memory Lanes is coming to a close, and we’re finishing this week off with flying colors with the insightful words of Synthgirl I-rena from Lithuania. Pushing the boundaries of synth music by combining operatic art-pop and eighties retrofuturism 8 Vol.1 marked a
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
For this fifth edition of Memory Lanes, we are graced with the presence of none other than the scene’s very own shooting star. With the release of her sophomore album Synthian right around the corner, we caught up with NINA with hopes to learn more
With the release of his latest hit record After Hours, it seems like The Weeknd has made his mark on the Synthwave scene. Forums across the blogosphere have been bustling with the sounds of fresh producers sharing their synthwave remixes of Weeknd singles, with a few
Happy Monday, fellow retroheads ! With Memory Lanes now entering its second week of publication, we are delighted to bring you our second guest from the land of existential dread and stinky cheese. Darkwave producer Sierra has stopped by to drop her own movie recommendation and
Welcome back, loyal set of eyes. For this third expedition down memory lanes, we are honoured by the presence of our guest Mecha Maiko. known to many as Hayley Stewart, the former voice behind Dead Astronauts. Having just dropped a new music video for ‘Phones’
A long time ago, when I first started writing about video games for NRW, I did an article about the amazing music written for the Genesis/Mega Drive and talked about how much I like sounds of the YM2616 chip that system uses. I still listen
Welcome back, recidivist retrophagists! We hope you’ve enjoyed our first taste of Memory Lanes and we’re thrilled to have you coming back for more. We’re just getting started, and we’ve got a lot more in store for you. For those who haven’t caught up with