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Sweden’s synth maestro is back in business and has been working extra hard to send your senses into orbit. After 2 initial single releases that got our ears buzzing and our anticipation fired up, the new Waveshaper record Mainframe is finally here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0j76b_oINY Fueled with that outrun

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Detective John Wagner is back in action and ready to get even! Nottingham producer Last Action Hero has just released China Town Ghosts, a conceptual follow up to his 2020 album Cop Movie. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cH-NtrR7Ryg In this latest instalment, Wagner is pulled back into a world of corruption and

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It’s time to pick up your receivers, retroheads! Sellorekt/LA Dreams’s on line one and is demanding that you check out his latest album Cherry Vice, an album drenched in commodified office-space romance. With his efficient blend of Synthwave and officewave pastiche aesthetics, Sellorekt shows us

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Around the corner, moments before Chauncey was Hit by that car.  Jimmy was just entering his tenement building. "Late night coming home from a temp job for some automotive corporation. I was expecting the usual greeting and shaking of the hands with every graveyard shift

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Time for a free writtten review of the new SUICIDE SQUAD film. Free writing has traditionally been seen as a prewriting technique in academic environments, in which a person writes continuously for a set period of time without worrying about rhetorical concerns or conventions and

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Synthwave star Roxi Drive is back with a new single and a heart full of passion for a noble cause. The UK singer has teamed up with Glen Jevon to record a cover of Starship’s 1986 hit single ‘Nothing’s gonna stop us now’. Click Here to

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After teasing us with promises of a retro-infused record inspired by the works of classic horror directors, CHVRCHES have finally released their fourth studio album Screen Violence. Though the band’s overall career arguably places them in firmly the ‘Synthpop’ category rather than anywhere near the Retrowave

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