10. Sellorekt/LA Dreams - Shadow Voices
by Sellorekt/LA Dreams
9. Carbon Killer - Carbon Inc
by Jay Jackson
8. Lucy In Disguise - Unknown Frequency
7. Mitch Murder - Hardwired
6. Deadlife - Variation on the Resolve
5. DJ Ten - Trinity
by Fab Ciraolo
4. Astral Tales - Seafari
Through her handful of tracks released since the start of the decade, NINA has proven her ability to deliver the goods when it comes to outrun-inspired pop singles. Having been announced shortly after the release of her last EP, Sleepwalking marks the debut album release
Bubbling under the surface of the fairly generic Hollywood-comic-book-action soundtrack there is another soundtrack at work. A score full of dreamy arps, retro synth basses, sparkling keys and gauzy pads. An 80s-sci-fi inspired spin on the synthwave aesthetic.
Pheonix based Robots with Rayguns, aka Lucas Patrick Smith, is back in action with his fifth fantastic studio album - the slick and sultry “Slow Jams.”
This could be a scene from either the beginning or the end of the world.
Michael Oakley is turning heads with his debut EP “California.” Oakley is a Glasgow born, recent Canadian transplant known for his melancholic synth-pop and a heady mix of 80’s power-ballad vocals.
That's right folks. Nightcrawler will be releasing his next album on 17th October! Preview the trailer here and listen to the awesome sounds.
After four long years the synthwave vanguard FM Attack is back with his third album, “Stellar” - a truly out-of-this-world release!
So it is with “Iteration,” the third full length album from the Synth God Com Truise - a.k.a Seth Haley. Nearly 5 years since his last album release, Com Truise continues a loose narrative that follows the epic journey of an eponymous synthetic astronaut and
It isn't very often, however, that synthwave successfully merges with dance music. Midnight Driver's latest release, "Discotek", does just that – and, most importantly, does it well.
David Grellier, aka College, is a synthwave pioneer. Whether you know it or not, he is likely one of the major reasons you even listen to retrosynth music - unless, of course, you were around for the first generation of synth music. Hell, it's not
Kalax is back in a truly grand fashion with his astounding and cinematic self-titled sophomore album.