Hitting back a mere 13 months after their self-released debut album The Future is Now, Poland’s bloodthirsty UltraKiller are back to roughen up and terrorize your glossy palm-paved neighbourhoods.
For those new to the Polish duo’s strain of Riff-heavy darksynth, the graphic album art to their
Wolf Club's 6th full length album, "Just Drive (Part 1)" is getting a lot of buzz. It peaked at #1 in the Itunes Dance/Electronic Album Charts in the UK, #3 USA, and #34 in the main top 40 charts. It also slid into #2 for
Siamese Youth's second full album on NRW, "Echoes of Tomorrow" is coming up later this month, and "So Far From Home" marks the third fantastic single release ahead of it's debut. We've already heard two awesomely nostalgic singles from "Echoes of Tomorrow" - "Lets Love"
I can’t describe the sheer excitement I felt when I saw W O L F C L U B’s album announcement for Just Drive Pt. 1! Imagine my luck when I was assigned to review it and contextualize its incredible theme of everything heartbreak, sunsets,
Wave Break: Neon Rides out now and available on vinyl! This release is a bit different than usual here at NRW. It’s a another soundtrack for “Wave Break” – a skate boating retro shooter game, with “A splash of guns, kickflips, and explosions – set in
The wait is over, rabid retroheads! Wolfclub is back with full force with a record to send your brainwaves cruising down memory lane. Titled, Just Drive Pt.1, the album sees the artist setting the groundwork for an exciting multi-part saga paved with catchy choruses and
Perturbator's latest single "Death of the Soul" just dropped today, along with a fantastic music video from Jean Valnoir Simoulin of Metastazis. (You can check out the music video below.) Vinyl and cassette pre-orders for his new album, "Lustful Sacraments" are also live as well!
The Midnight is back in action with "Horror Show," - their darkest release yet! The first single, "Neon Medusa" just dropped today. The full EP debuts March 19th!
Fans of darksynth, rejoice! "Horror Show" is quite a dark departure from previous The Midnight releases. They've teetered
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
One week ago, news of Daft Punk’s separation spread at lightspeed across the Internet, marking the end of a grand chapter in electronic music. Whereas the current music scene sees most artists withering into irrelevance beyond a three-year wait between releases, the sudden end of
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
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