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DEADLIFE has released another heavy hitter from beyond. In this album review, we’ll be unveiling his latest release “Dark Nation” and its synthesized variances that will broaden our imagination beyond the confines of our current reality. I think we’d all eagerly step outside of ourselves

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Born from the need for catharsis in a detached society headed toward some Cyberpunk reality at the speed of a supercharged muscle car; "Songs of Love & Death" is the solo electronic project from NYHC pioneer Chaka Malik (BURN, Orange 9mm) and has been his

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Synth and Soul Collide in Ride Moonraccoon and Gryff were both artists with strong showings in 2018, so seeing the two collaborate on Ride should be a delight to any fan of the genre. Swedish-based Moonraccoon’s style has always been a fine balance between the cinematic

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GUNSHIP - Dark All Day - Album Review Taking stylistic and audio cues from Carpenter's brooding shadows, Cameron’s neo-noir chrome, Spielberg's uplifting interstellar lights, Dark All Day perfectly riffs on all the 80’s sci-fi you adored from your yester-years-youth whilst exploring entirely ‘New Retro’ themes. The very

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March may come in like a lion but Mecha Maiko made sure that February 2018 didn’t end with a whimper. Hayley Stewart, former half of Dead Astronauts, accomplishes a lot in her 10 track debut that proves to be infectious, exciting, and introspective pop-infused synthwave.

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