Stilz has opened a literal portal to the stars with “Hyperspace Drifter 3” - the third and final monumental installment in his “Hyperspace Drifter” spacewave trilogy! This release is Stilz at his best with a dreamy, sophisticated, awe-inducing, and groovy atmosphere seamlessly blended with the
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
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
France may fill its heart with pride, for its preponderance in the Synthwave scene can hardly be disputed. Whether or not one considers Nantes’ Valerie Collective to be pioneers of the Synthwave genre, the fact remains that its active members were precursors to what now
Yoru 夜 Skylines
Eerie epic full track cinematic sketches, ominous sequences dark with hard undertones of retro inspired arps. The basslines primed for a cinematic driven journey, poppy and punchy tweaked out synth-lines which have a harrowing analogue quality.
The melodies aggravating in dystopian drones, tense dark and unearthly,
The Bad Dreamers – Who You Run To
Sunrises, skylines, everything you want from a familiar-beautiful pop inspired synthwave while at the same time exploring the darker elements of the genre.
The song conjures up all the appropriate nostalgic images of an 80’s nightclub; the club down
Stellar Dreams - Valkyrie
A young woman racing through caught up in schemes beyond time and pursued by a murderous robot from the future…
Like the soundtrack of The Terminator remastered from the original tapes, from the electric beat of Tech Noir to the mechanical thundering of
Turbo Knight - Mirrorverse
A small town in America once again finds itself embroiled in inter-dimensional war…
A Stranger Things-esque arpeggiator shifts and moves in the twilight with lush polyphony, detuned chords, glassy FM keys, chunky basslines, scattered amongst the dark synthscape.
Too borrow an image or two
TIMECOP1983 - Night Drive
Night Drive contains the dynamic characteristics of ocean waves, dark melodics, cinematic textures, riving analogue bass riffs and ephemeral arpeggios, twinkling, glowing then burning like distant stars