The scavenger of distant soundscapes is back in the scene. English producer Baldocaster has dropped a new EP exploring the barren desert planets that lay beyond humankind’s reach. Composed after Moonrise in 2018, War Rig gathers six tracks inspired by the hostile, post-apocalyptic world of
As promised, Synthwave mascot Kavinsky has unveiled the second single to his upcoming album Reborn.
Featuring Prudence (the Dø) and Morgan Phalen (Diamond Nights) on vocals, 'Zenith' has been announced as a sequel to the Outrun mega-hit 'Nightcall'. The track adopts a more contemplate vibe than 'Renegade',
The Roller Mobster is back! After announcing his first tour since 2018 back in December, the French Darksynth juggernaut Carpenter Brut has unveiled the date for his next full-length album. Titled Leather Terror, the upcoming record evidently serves as a direct follow up to 2018’s
Former Yellowcard frontman and Twitch Streamer Ryan Key is amping up the hype for a 2022 record drop, dropping a second cut from his upcoming Everything Except Desire EP.
Whereas 2021’s ‘Face in a Frame’ reeled us in with its blissful melancholic sounds, ‘Brighton’ keeps us
Spanish Synthwave group Maxthor has spared no time in inaugurating the new year. Following up on a series of remarkable singles dropped in 2021, the trio is now back with a dreamy, star-studded night cruising jam titled 'Far Away'. If these past few tracks are
Paris-based producer Sierra is kicking off into 2022 with a bloodshot, hellish set of new tracks. ‘See Me Now’ sees Sierra dive down deeper depths of sonic depravity in a decadent dance along the razor-thin edge between Darksynth and Techno.
The EP sets off with a
Capgras' Delusion: The delusion that family, friends and others have been replaced by imposters.
Frustrated as some retroheads may be at seeing their supposedly niche newsfeed flooded by “mainstream pop artist” The Weeknd, it seems like the Toronto artist intends to extend his stay in your discussion boards.
Having shot his way to superstardom with a series of
For those who bloodlust knows no bounds, who prefer the deep tones of scarlet red than the glow of neon lights, we've got you covered this year. Here are our top 10 of this years' sickest, most heaviest tracks from retrowave's most hostile fringes.
10. Miles Matrix – Electrified!
9. John Mint - Modern Appeal
8. Com Truise - Arwarw
7. Kavinsky ft. Cautious Clay – Renegade
6. Arcade High – Glow
5. Phaserland ft.Glitbiter – Space Glide
4. Cinnamon Chasers – Lightchaser
3. Niky Nine ft.6S9– Warr
2. Starcadian – Neonhead
1. Waveshaper – The Phantom Machine
Joy to the world, the time has once again come for our year-end lists.
Once again, the past year has seen some incredible music videos honouring the merits of indie filmmaking, pushing the boundaries of the medium and breathing new life into retro-futuristic nostalgia.
10. Dynatron –
Late last month, retrowave powerhouse Starcadian rocked the scene with a brand new instalment in his audiovisual space epic. With its deep red artwork and mind-melting detours into electronic prog-psychedelia, Radio Galaxy expressly refuses to settle into for the tried and true and stands out
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