June 23rd, 2017
ALEX & Tokyo Rose – AKUMA
AKUMA by ALEX & Tokyo Rose is OUT NOW! Download and/ or Stream it today!
A stark black structure rises against the backdrop of sun-drenched retro ‘80s pop. Within its walls, ALEX and Tokyo Rose weave their dark arts across 13
Enjoy guys. This album will blow you away. Only a few hours to go now! ;) Here is Blood Oath by Tokyo Rose!
So it is with “Iteration,” the third full length album from the Synth God Com Truise - a.k.a Seth Haley. Nearly 5 years since his last album release, Com Truise continues a loose narrative that follows the epic journey of an eponymous synthetic astronaut and
Danger, a.k.a. Franck Rivoire, the elusive black mage of synthwave, is back in a big fashion – leaping from the shadows and straight into the spotlight with his first full-length album, “Taiko.”
June 9th, 2017
Ultraboss – Kyrie Electron
Kyrie Electron by Ultraboss is OUT NOW! Download and/ or Stream it today!
Electric guitar takes center stage in Ultraboss’ epic, Kyrie Electron! An ensemble of guest artists lend their talents to this finely tuned rocket ship of retro glory, and the
Listen and enjoy. This EP will be a great one!
Presenting the first official single and video from Magnatron 2.0. Animated by the amazing Florian Renner. Witness
The much beloved synth siren Dana Jean Pheonix is back with her third, long-awaited full length album, “Synth City.” This collection of tracks is a powerful mix of dreamwave and synthpop - a true testament to just how amazing retro vocals can be when done
Gear up, and prepare your ears for some ruthless synth and beats. "Godspeed Us To The Stars" is the quintessential sound we have grown to love from Mega Drive
It isn't very often, however, that synthwave successfully merges with dance music. Midnight Driver's latest release, "Discotek", does just that – and, most importantly, does it well.
David Grellier, aka College, is a synthwave pioneer. Whether you know it or not, he is likely one of the major reasons you even listen to retrosynth music - unless, of course, you were around for the first generation of synth music. Hell, it's not
Kalax is back in a truly grand fashion with his astounding and cinematic self-titled sophomore album.