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10.) Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time  - It's about time we received the final installment of the new Evangelion mini-series. That's all I 'll say. Go see them.   9.) Brand New Cherry Flavor  - An underrated mini-series on NETFLIX  based on the novel of the

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The interstellar space cruiser has resurfaced from the deepest depths of our ever-expanding universe. Radio Galaxy marks the first album release by Starcadian in four years, following up on the retrowave classic that is Midnight Signals and pushing the audiovisual narrative into strange new places. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xes3655g8bI Cinematic,

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From the Upside down to your speakers, Cartridge 1987’s sophomore album will conjure the dark corners of your childhood imagination to send chills down every inch of your spine. Passage marks Parisian producer Drich’s first release under the Cartridge 1987 since 2012’s Last Escape, one in

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Two years after the brutal Autoviolator, Antwerp’s very own Neoslave has returned with his third full-length album. Announced as a decisive new step in synth music, ‘Unparallel’ will immediately strike old-school fans off-guard with its fresh sonic and visual aesthetic. Indeed, the producer has toned

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Retro Movie Review: Splendor (1990) Greg Araki was a key contributor to the buzzing New Queer Cinema movement of the 1990s. Born in Los Angeles and raised within the Santa Barbara city limits, Araki after completing college with a MFA began his film journey with the

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Synthwave star Roxi Drive is back with a new single and a heart full of passion for a noble cause. The UK singer has teamed up with Glen Jevon to record a cover of Starship’s 1986 hit single ‘Nothing’s gonna stop us now’. Click Here to

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This movie is painfully entertaining. The basic formula for cheesy 90’s cinema; if you didn’t see it in a matinee then you probably rented it from the local video store. Schlocky leftover clichés from the previous decade: firearms that sound like explosions, urban cowboy boots, duster

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Strap in, Cyberpunk fans! Darksynth producer DEADLIFE is back a vengeance, with his debut record on FiXT Neon Records. After releasing a string of singles teasing this long-awaited follow-up to City of Eternal Rain, the British producer finally dropped the new album on August 6th.

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