Terra Genesis is storming onto the soundscape with his debut album, "Aurorium!"
This album is a fantastic tribute to classic 16 bit video game soundtracks. Especially - you guessed it - the Sega Genesis. Instead of relying on 80's sounds, Terra Genesis' "Aurorium" instead finds inspiration
A long time ago, when I first started writing about video games for NRW, I did an article about the amazing music written for the Genesis/Mega Drive and talked about how much I like sounds of the YM2616 chip that system uses. I still listen
The vigilante of synth, Street Cleaner, is back
LukHash's stunning "Transient Offworld" is finally here, exploding from speakers across the globe. It's hard to understate the amount of sheer innovation being put on the table by this album - not just in the fact that it was composed with a commodore64 - among
The second single from LukHash’s upcoming album, “Transient Offworld,” is here! “Paradigm Shift” is an intense and upbeat track that would make the perfect backing to any cyberpunk shootout – complete with a fantastic nostalgic melodic breakdown towards the center of the track.
Continuing his trend
LukHash recently dropped the stunning single “Naomi” ahead of his next album – slated to be released on NewRetroWave!
We’re extremely excited to welcome LukHash to our roster, and we’re loving their signature sound of glossy blend cyberpunk and synthwave mixed with chiptune.
It gets even more
It’s been two long years since the Italian synth master Vincenzo Salvia released “Weekend,” a brilliant mixture of authentic funky 16 bit synth and italo influences.
Now for the first time “Weekend” has hit vinyl, cassette and yes even minidisc - courtesy of Time Slave Recordings!
The king of avant-garde chiptune metal, MASTER BOOT RECORD is back with one of his most ambitious releases yet - "INTERNET PROTOCOL!" This epic amalgamation of bits and bytes is an absolute steamroller of glorious tracks from beginning to end. "INTERNET PROTOCOL" is a wondrous
You will know within the first 20 seconds of "Gravity", the opening track of Jamatar's Spacesounds is an EP that you will love or skip. It straddles the line between being a heavily chiptune-influenced synthwave album and a heavily synthwave influenced chiptune album.
Around September of last year, I applied to write for NewRetroWave. Our fearless leader sent me a link to an album called The Arcade Dream by an artist called Shirobon. I was blown away. Roughly one year later, here I am, listening to Shirobon’s newest effort, Infinity.
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Smoke Signals by GAMER
hailing from New Zealand (the country that has royally bought us
Lorde) have released their second EP "Smoke Signals".
as their name implies, Gamer sits at the 8-bit, retro video game end
of the musical spectrum. Drums are suitably simple and rigidly
programmed and the