Morgan Willis has delivered on his promise of a hard-hitting return. Released last Friday, ‘Feel it’ follows up on the ladykilling producer’s teasers hinting at a funky, disco-infused electro makeover. Majestic and larger than life, M.Willis’ Nu-Disco track will get your groove on with a
Rammellzee (stylized RAMM:ΣLL:ZΣΣ, pronounced "Ram: Ell: Zee"; December 15, 1960 – June 28, 2010) was a visual artist, gothic futurist "graffiti writer", painter, performance artist, art theoretician, sculptor and a hip hop musician from New York City, who has been cited as "instrumental in introducing
Anime Review: MADBULL 34
(warning: This anime is not intended for children. Due to sex, violence, rape, murder, foul language)
Mad Bull 34 was adapted into a four-part original video animation released from December 21, 1990 to August 21, 1992. A sequel manga, Mad Bull 2000 (マッド・ブル
Retrowave may well have found its power couple. Hailing from Pennsylvania, Dameron is a husband & wife electronic duo marking their first foray as a group with a delightfully lush album of retro synth candy laced with touches of dreamy chillwave psychedelia. Clocking at a
Former Yellowcard frontman William Ryan Key has released his third solo EP. Titled ‘Everything Except Desire’, the record further expands on Key’s venture into folk-pop whilst marking a firm step into the world of Folktronica. As teased through the initial single releases, the EP doubles
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
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.
Get your quarters ready, it's time for a bonus round of pure retro ecstasy! Arcade High has returned with a direct sequel to their 2016 album 'Kingdom'. Doubling down on the magical vibes that made the first instalment into a Retrowave classic, the Pittsburgh duo
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
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
Something dark this way comes. The darksynth juggernaut from Britain is back on the scene with a vengeance, marking a grand comeback with a new milestone instalment in the Occult album series. Two years since Occult 89 Occams Laser is marking a brave new step
So many things to say about the current climate of today's Pop-Culture. There just isn't enough space on any word processor that can keep up with my brain and how it works. So I will just give you a quick rundown of things from Ridley