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Makeup and Vanity Set’s Matthew Pusti is relentless. “Breaking News” marks Pusti’s fourth official release of the year, following film soundtracks to “Foyer,” “Mather,” and the videogame “Overpass.”  He’s also worked on other projects too this year, like the horror podcast “Radio Rental” - Which

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Welcome wavers to NewRetroWave Weekly Selection! Friday afternoons mean one thing – the NewRetroWave Weekly Selection. We’re striving to bring you the best of the best. From outrun to darksynth, we have your weekend covered! ALEX - Horns In Search of Darkness (Original Documentary Soundtrack) by ALEX Parallels - The

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Welcome wavers to NewRetroWave Weekly Selection! Friday afternoons mean one thing – the NRW Weekly Selection. We’re striving to bring you the best of the best. From outrun to darksynth, we have your weekend covered! Lucy in Disguise - Sunset Radio Sunset Radio by Lucy In Disguise Trevor Something -

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Hidden beneath the sleepless commotion of London’s ever so hectic Waterloo station, the 2019 edition of Retro Future Fest delivered on every one of its promises to dedicated fans having flocked to the British capital. Leake Streets’ brick-walled halls glowed with majestic, electric neon lights, paving

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Seven days from now, London’s Southbank will be hosting what is already setting out to be the undisputed Retro gathering of the summer. European retroheads, mark your calendars on July 27th if you haven’t already, because Retro Future Fest is a date you’re not going

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“You Drive” is the latest fantastic project from Matthew Pusti, aka Makeup and Vanity Set, and Jasmin Kaset. The two have worked together before on numerous projects, and that familiarity is sonically palpable on this amazing release. Both artists compliment each other's particular style in

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Vivid neon lights dance over burnt clay brick walls, studded leather, and an array of sunglasses that gleam like mirrors catching the sun. Body heat steam rises to mix with an artificial fog, the warm fervor falling like a hush over the crowd. The music

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