Steering clear from some of the obvious clichés that would turn the project into a mere parody or pale imitation, MaVS’s score constitutes the real backbone to the films action and atmosphere all the while delivering a terrific standalone release expanding upon the films’ universe.
The Rise of the Synths is a documentary about the synthwave genre, community, and aesthetic. You can watch the trailer and contribute to the Kickstarter here. The entire project looks incredible, with so many talented and important people from within the scene attached to it, and I
More terrible news retro lover. The legend Prince has passed away at age 57!! Words cannot express how saddening this is to hear. He was and always will be a legend.
I was watching the first Terminator movie on cable television for the one-ba’jillionth time this morning. It never gets old; it only gets better with age. Little tiny quirks and nuances make each viewing fresh and new to me… call me nostalgic.
You didn’t think I was going to spotlight old school cyberpunk films and media without mentioning the contribution of Japanese animation?
This Month In Retro is a monthly article where we look back on the current month as it happened during the 1980's. Learn, reminisce, and stay retro.
The Elephant Man premiered to tremendous success, both critically and commercially. As far as David Lynch films go,
Yes folks. Here is the first of many visual treats. Directed by Mykola Dosenko, who has also worked with Major Lazer, Snoop Lion (:p), Kanye West and more. Feast your eyes on the introduction of Magnatron
From the decade that brought you the video arcade and made wood panels a household thing (if you had a house). The same decade that made things somewhat popular that we now look back on like they were golden fleeces. One of those recurring
I first became familiar with Musician/Composer Rich Vreeland AKA Disasterpeace after hearing his mystical and beautiful score for Nicolas Ménard’s 2013 short film, ‘Somewhere’. With a bunch of awesome game soundtracks already under his belt, including Fez and Bomberman Live: Battlefest, Vreeland’s latest musical adventure
‘Somebody that I used to know’ exploded onto the internet, even reaching the attention of Rolling Stone, who later featured the song on their website.
Straight to the answer – we are a duo. The band consists of me - Pasha Star, and my friend Pavel Saushkin.