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
Reading and reviewing Spencer & Locke’s first arc was one of those rare joys where a comic shows immediate promise, delivers on that expectation, and still manages to pack a number of stylistic and narrative surprises to make the whole experience memorable in a way
As a music genre based on a retro-aesthetic and generational nostalgia, there are several options at hand for Synthwave regarding its future in the next coming decade. In many respects, the growing Nineties trend very much feels like Y2K all over again for the Retrowave
Moon Over Parador (1988)
Directed by Paul Mazursky
I was very recently pleased to find that one of my favorite films of all time was on youtube.
MOON OVER PARADOR was released on September 8, 1988 and stars Richard Dreyfus (JAWS, Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Sonia
Any loyal NewRetroWave reader and subscriber reading these lines will have most likely heard of Synthwave artist Morgan Willis. The past few years have been busy ones for the Rouen-based producer, though not without due recognition for his consistent efforts to deliver one critically acclaimed
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
I was pleasantly surprised today while watching a new episode of Bon Appétit on YouTube. When the subject of listening music while cooking and one of the cooks in the kitchen decides to name drop TIMECOP 1983 and goes into sharing his earbuds with the
Introducing JUNKS - a fantastic and delicious new synth group making their way into the scene all the way from the mog strewn, neon-lit streets of the eastern Chinese metropolis Hangzhou!
They describe their sound as "
It’s hard to think of synthwave’s most iconic artists and think of genre giants FM-84, a group which added singer/songwriter Ollie Wride to their ranks in 2017. While FM-84 has a strong pop sensibility, Wride holds nothing back while cranking up catchiness and wearing his
Whether you were a child in the 70s, 80s, or 90s, animation – that is to say, cartoons – probably played a role in your formative years. I myself remember discovering He-Man and the Masters of the Universe at a very young age, then falling
ALEX - Youth (feat. Rachel McAlpine)
Manoeuvring its way through the strange, tense landscape like an allergic reaction to everything, the tracks accelerator pedal pressed down, a trip to a long past time.
Mimicking a classic, a timeless dance groove you’re familiar with, unique sequencers work their
The Lost Boys was made 31 years ago
Joel Schumacher is a director that is either loved or hated. Hated mostly because of his Batman films. A hate that I neither condone nor entertain; their comic book films, no different from the tongue and cheek jokefest