For those who bloodlust knows no bounds, who prefer the deep tones of scarlet red than the glow of neon lights, we've got you covered this year. Here are our top 10 of this years' sickest, most heaviest tracks from retrowave's most hostile fringes.
Joy to the world, the time has once again come for our year-end lists.
Once again, the past year has seen some incredible music videos honouring the merits of indie filmmaking, pushing the boundaries of the medium and breathing new life into retro-futuristic nostalgia.
10. Dynatron –
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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
From Hollywood Burns comes "Invaders," an innovative new experimental darksynth album that bleeds elements of avant garde, death metal, synthwave and even orchestral influences. With track titles like "Scherzo No. 5 in Death Minor," and "Carnal Encounters of the Third Kind," I was hoping this
"Violence Suppressor" is a filthy new single from Irving Force - coming locked an loaded to and ready to blow your mind! Most retro synth music you hear that brings influence from metal comes in the hair variety - but here instead "Violence Suppressor" shows