Welcome wavers to our newest addition - the NewRetroWave Weekly Selection!
Every week on Friday afternoon we will be bringing you five of our favorite recent synth tracks. From outrun to darksynth, we have your weekend covered with our Weekly Selection! Check out our first picks
Trevor Something – Girlfriend
Trevor has always had a talent for creating an authentic homage to the past while exploring his own forward thinking unique sounds. Taking elements from the genre which in the midst of an influential revival whilst also breaking new ground.
Girlfriend’s sound is
Timecop1983 - My Delorean (feat. Primo)
Tokyo, early nineteen ninety-four. Scrambled and a little more than lost in translation, wandering around the subterranean bars and after hours parties amongst the neon glow. A retro future landscape past and future colliding in the eternal present…
Light crashing and
Futurcop!’s dreamy sonics flash back to the 80’s melodic-pop-soundtrack-soundscape of your retro dreams.
It’s as if they have wandered into a garage sale littered with retro gear from the 80’s, picked up as many authentic retro machines as they can carry and then set about
Bachelor of Hearts is back with "Stay With You," an album close to two years in the works! It's been a while - but Bachelor of Hearts has been hard at work crafting some utterly fantastic future funk/nu disco.
The wait has been well worth it,
As a music genre based on a retro-aesthetic and generational nostalgia, there are several options at hand for Synthwave regarding its future in the next coming decade. In many respects, the growing Nineties trend very much feels like Y2K all over again for the Retrowave
Michael Oakley has returned the spotlight with the release of his first full length album, “Introspect!”
Each track on this record is steeped in authentic nostalgia – just bleeding pure retro sounds from start to neon finish.
It was just over a year and a half ago
Whether it be as a director, VFX artist or his top-grade musical output, Starcadian aims and reaches for the top shelf with every project he takes on. Along with his trusted Co-Director Rob O’ Neill, the masked space-voyager has been dropping jaws unfolding the epic
Last weeks’ Retro Synth Fury has come and gone in what seemed like a flash, having guided avid Synthwave enthusiasts deep into the night with a flawless, steady delivery of top-grade shows.
The first night at Supersonic surpassed all expectations with a warm-up show consisting of
We are pleased to debut "Camerson's Motorcycle Diaries" from the LA-based, Austrian composer Paul Haslinger - best known for his work with Tangerine Dream from 1986 to 1990.
Haslinger has also has done extensive work with film, television, and video game soundtracks. His latest release is
Tim McEwan and Tyler Lyle, the Synthpop wonder duo behind The Midnight, made their 5th U.S. tour stop (Their 40th show ever) this past Wednesday in Columbus, Ohio. They played to a nearly at-capacity venue. Very impressive when you realize it was a weekday and
Back in 2018 we listed The Bad Dreamers as our number 1 top newcomer to retrosynth when it came time to do lists. Even though it’s been months since its release, their breakout debut album “Songs About People Including Myself” is still continually making waves