In the four years that have gone by, something cold, alien and deadly has been frantically cutting through the fabric of reality.
As the night grows ever darker a brutal, systematic rhythm can be heard coming from a distance.
A sound of metallic heels colliding against black
The Badass Synth princess from Texas is back on the scene. Titled Night of the Dark Prince, this newest release to kick off 2022 delivers all the Synthpop goodness you could hope for in a Jessie Frye release. As the artwork suggests, the artist has
From India with love comes the synth anthem that will rock your senses back to the golden age of Synths. NewRetroWave Records is proud to present the latest single by Siligury-based producer Dreamhour, a thumping power-pop song produced in collaboration with Dokodoko. Get lost in the
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.
10. Miles Matrix – Electrified!
9. John Mint - Modern Appeal
8. Com Truise - Arwarw
7. Kavinsky ft. Cautious Clay – Renegade
6. Arcade High – Glow
5. Phaserland ft.Glitbiter – Space Glide
4. Cinnamon Chasers – Lightchaser
3. Niky Nine ft.6S9– Warr
2. Starcadian – Neonhead
1. Waveshaper – The Phantom Machine
Joy to the world, the time has once again come for our year-end lists.
Once again, the past year has seen some incredible music videos honouring the merits of indie filmmaking, pushing the boundaries of the medium and breathing new life into retro-futuristic nostalgia.
10. Dynatron –
Strap in, Cyberpunk fans! Darksynth producer DEADLIFE is back a vengeance, with his debut record on FiXT Neon Records. After releasing a string of singles teasing this long-awaited follow-up to City of Eternal Rain, the British producer finally dropped the new album on August 6th.
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.
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
I can’t describe the sheer excitement I felt when I saw W O L F C L U B’s album announcement for Just Drive Pt. 1! Imagine my luck when I was assigned to review it and contextualize its incredible theme of everything heartbreak, sunsets,
The wait is over, rabid retroheads! Wolfclub is back with full force with a record to send your brainwaves cruising down memory lane. Titled, Just Drive Pt.1, the album sees the artist setting the groundwork for an exciting multi-part saga paved with catchy choruses and
As a girl that has held a deadly coral snake and lived to tell the tale, the album cover of what appears to be a venomous viper truly lured me in. The monster movies of old come to mind, and the horror of a nuclear-sized