The Summoner is a love letter to the Eighties and the Synthwave scene.
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.
Originally a concept car in 1971, the Countach found fame at various motor shows
For those who don't know, Power Glove have some new heat for you to listen to. What are your thoughts on these?
It all over folks. We are devastated that Comedy Central couldn't see the massive potential here. The creator Scot Gairdner had this to say today
For those located in Cali, please take note:
Some more images to inspire you! ;)
There's a misconception among many modern Marvel fans that the comic book company's life on the big screen began with 1998's Blade.
Lets face it : synthwave, like any genre, has a tendency to become repetitive. Many Producers get stuck in retro stereotypes to the point of cliche, and tend to repeat the same themes, again and again.
In 1980, Jerry Wiegart founded a visionary car company known today as Vector Motors. Wiegart, a young and upcoming designer, was inspired heavily by aircraft, spacecraft, and aero-engineering.
I find myself drawn to this type of music and imagery for some pretty obvious reasons; I grew up in the 80’s.
Yes Yes Yes. We hear you guys. One cannot ignore this visual and audio masterpiece.