As a music genre based on a retro-aesthetic and generational nostalgia, there are several options at hand for Synthwave regarding its future in the next coming decade. In many respects, the growing Nineties trend very much feels like Y2K all over again for the Retrowave
Whether it be as a director, VFX artist or his top-grade musical output, Starcadian aims and reaches for the top shelf with every project he takes on. Along with his trusted Co-Director Rob O’ Neill, the masked space-voyager has been dropping jaws unfolding the epic
Tim McEwan and Tyler Lyle, the Synthpop wonder duo behind The Midnight, made their 5th U.S. tour stop (Their 40th show ever) this past Wednesday in Columbus, Ohio. They played to a nearly at-capacity venue. Very impressive when you realize it was a weekday and
France may fill its heart with pride, for its preponderance in the Synthwave scene can hardly be disputed. Whether or not one considers Nantes’ Valerie Collective to be pioneers of the Synthwave genre, the fact remains that its active members were precursors to what now
Jack Stauber is certainly not our usual synthwave sound, but when we came across his masterpiece "Pop Food," we knew immediately we should feauture his art! Born April 6, 1996, Jack Stauber is an American Avant-Pop musician and video artist whose work includes elements of
Hailing from the city of Toronto, Mecha Maiko is the brainchild of none other than one of Synthwave’s most recognizable voices. Be it through her previous work as one half of Dead Astronauts or her prolific output as a guest vocalist for the scene’s biggest
From the ground-breaking inception of sampling to the world-renowned French Touch movement, it surely is no secret by now that the French are among the chief innovators and forbearers in the world of electronic music.
Whereas some artists keep the label at an arms distance, Futurecop! stands tall and proud in its indulgence in all things “retro”. Hailing from the UK, the duo is currently celebrating its tenth anniversary as a band, a ten year run still spearheaded by the
Ten years into his creative endeavor as Com Truise, the New York-based artist is preparing to release his third full-length album, a closing chapter in the artists’ narrative arc influenced by his recent move to California.
A quick look at the work of the Spanish indie developer, as well as an interview!
“Planet Earth, 1980s C.E., a miraculous tune swallowed every other sound on earth, transcending time from East to West. It was the sound of the Japanese idol. The essence of the idol sound long thought extinct has achieved its own evolution within the legendary satellite,
Since having proven their potential and durability, the question amongst North American Synthwave fans has not so much been whether or not the French figureheads would someday reach the US venues, but rather WHEN that time would come.