VHS – Press – Click - Play ; A Vangelis synth searing through the tape-distorted haze, arching its way all the way across the song, tearing a whole in the screen.
After multiple listens of DYNATRON's latest album, Aeternus, the first word that pops in my mind to describe the album is not one which describes atmosphere or tone. Instead, it is the word meticulous. More than anything, Aeternus is a meticulous album. The attention to detail
NewRetroWave's Top Ten EPs of 2014 by Joey Edsall (@JoeyEdsall) 10. Dynatron – Throttle Up My list begins with the first release I reviewed for NRW. I initially described the release as “confident“, and after months of listening this still stands. Throttle Up has a thumping, driving quality to it that never really
First impressions: There is an icy thickness to the opening track of Dynatron’s EP Throttle Up. In an effort to make tracks sound spacey and nostalgic, rookie musicians wind up making their mixes sound empty and thin. Dynatron isn’t a rookie. The way that the initial