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Sweden’s synth maestro is back in business and has been working extra hard to send your senses into orbit. After 2 initial single releases that got our ears buzzing and our anticipation fired up, the new Waveshaper record Mainframe is finally here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0j76b_oINY Fueled with that outrun

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It’s time to pick up your receivers, retroheads! Sellorekt/LA Dreams’s on line one and is demanding that you check out his latest album Cherry Vice, an album drenched in commodified office-space romance. With his efficient blend of Synthwave and officewave pastiche aesthetics, Sellorekt shows us

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After teasing us with promises of a retro-infused record inspired by the works of classic horror directors, CHVRCHES have finally released their fourth studio album Screen Violence. Though the band’s overall career arguably places them in firmly the ‘Synthpop’ category rather than anywhere near the Retrowave

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Cyberwave label Innerworks Records have got yet another collaborative release loose and you’re definitely not going to want this one. This time around Wisconsin artist Tonebox (aka Jonas Pinnau) has teamed up with California-born Lucy in Disguise (Steven Romeo) as well as Toronto’s Mellow Fields

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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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From the darkest depths, the behemoth of darksynth depravity emerges once more. Rites of Love and Reverence marks the sixth full-length release by Michigan-based producer Gost. Having established his moniker amongst the most successful in Synthwave with Behemoth, Gost has since broken free from the stylistic

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From The Goonies, BMX Bandit and Rad to Stranger Things and Stephen King’s IT, Bikes are essential components of eighties culture. Nothing brought freedom, excitement and adventure to an eighties kid quite as a shiny two-wheeler did. On his newly released sophomore concept album ‘CODENAME

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Monowoman’s third full-length album ‘In Eternal Sleep’ is yet another reminder from Neon Retro Records never to underestimate the chops of Russia’s retrowave scene. Presenting itself in very familiar colours with its Blade-Runner-meets-2814 album art, this album will most likely fly under the radar of

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Brooklyn-based synth artist Diamond Field made a grand full-length debut last Friday with a shiny, star-sprangled self-titled album. Self-described as “21st Century ‘80s Music”, Diamond Field is an album that lives up to its purpose and album cover color scheme. More than yet another nightdriving

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Earlier this month, Czech artist Клет (KLET) made his debut in the Retrowave scene with a personal, fresh take on the old retro synth formula. Drawing inspiration from the Sovietwave genre as well as his personal musical upbringing in former Czechoslovakia (east of the iron

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No more than 4 months since dropping his crushing Kaidan, Russia’s Acryl Madness returns with a brand new collaborative album with Starfounder. Lips \ Steel is draped in apocalyptic sci-fi vibes, with Starfounder most often laying out the ambience to the sonic scene through which

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