Today is the day, retroheads! Nottingham based electropop band WOLFCLUB are back with Just Drive (Part 2), brought to you by NRW Records. Vocalists Dora Pereli & Jaki Nelson return to lend their vocals to yet another set of odes to glossy days gone by.
Earlier this month, Czech artist Клет (KLET) made his debut in the Retrowave scene with a personal, fresh take on the old retro synth formula. Drawing inspiration from the Sovietwave genre as well as his personal musical upbringing in former Czechoslovakia (east of the iron
No more than 4 months since dropping his crushing Kaidan, Russia’s Acryl Madness returns with a brand new collaborative album with Starfounder. Lips \ Steel is draped in apocalyptic sci-fi vibes, with Starfounder most often laying out the ambience to the sonic scene through which
Feeble spirits beware! The Nightcrawler is loose again and on the prowl. Along with his fellow brother in arms Maxthor, the producer released a powerful new single titled ‘Fire Within’ that is sure to stoke the interest of those of you who like your synths
Coming out with his sophomore EP a mere few months after his first, Horizons 1982 from Colombia is well on his way to earning himself a place amongst this years’ top newcomers in the scene. To anyone with a sweet-tooth for eighties melancholy, Tempted Hearts
You're probably rolling your eyes right now - and trust me, I know the feeling. So, before we dive into any details of why "Synthwave is Not Dead," it's important to explain why this "Synthwave is Not Dead" article even needs to be written.
Only a month or two after forcing myself through the Snyder Cut of Justice League, I tuned into Netflix to watch the latest Zack Snyder film.
It must be an exciting time to be a subscriber to Netflix, right? After working all night and to be
April has been a busy month for the Synthwave scene. With Bandcamp Fridays gaining bigger traction every month and most countries growing rife with promising hopes of live concerts making a comeback, it seems like this fruitful month is but a taste of the glorious
UK producer Emil Rottmayer is back with yet another short but sweet dose of slick electronic music straight from the VHS era. Although we’ve yet to hear of a successor to 2018’s Descend, Emil Rottmayer is an artist who obviously values consistency over quantity. With
From the shadows born under the palest of moons, a red carpet of warm, fresh blood glows in commemoration of a grand hunting season to come. Russian producer Acryl Madness has reemerged from the darkness with his latest violent opus Kaidan, a tale of horror
From the desolate, infinite stillness of our ever-expanding musical cyberspace, Shenzen-based producer Ryan Hill, aka KAGAMI Smile, has hijacked the early April airwaves. The nature of the transmission? An aethereal excursion into forms set free from the confines of the physical realm, a sonic mass
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