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.
This month of March will have been a seemingly quiet one to many casual listeners and fans of bandcamp electronic music. Whilst many patiently await the imminent release of Perturbator’s enigmatic new album, the retrowave found itself in a near-dormant state this month, as though
For all of you sickos out there, whose senses ache in craving for the next fix of ultraviolence, here’s a little something that will keep your buzz going. Singaporean producer Microchip Terror is back with the follow up to the industrial Darksynth mayhem that was
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Gamble by DJ
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
Microchip Terror - the sadist from Singapore - is back in dastardly action and ready to showcase the fruits of his latest evil research in his debut LP "Illegal Experiments!"
This vile and foul release is a prefect blend of darksynth and industrial, building a new