[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1200.0"] You'd see this and swear you were looking at the poster for one of those classic Italian horror films. I love it.[/caption]
Confrontational has done it again with a monolithic, spooky album that’s perfect for October. A Dance Of
One of my favorite things about the scene is the fact that you can find an artist you have never heard before, who is good enough that you definitely should have heard of them before, and who has been active long enough to
Around September of last year, I applied to write for NewRetroWave. Our fearless leader sent me a link to an album called The Arcade Dream by an artist called Shirobon. I was blown away. Roughly one year later, here I am, listening to Shirobon’s newest effort, Infinity.
Scytron is a hub that will host the best in independent films/ documentaries and shorts that are influenced and inspired by the 80's era and the growing Retrowave scene.
This Month In Retro is a monthly article where we look back on the current month as it happened during the 1980's. Learn, reminisce, and stay retro.
It’s actually been quite a good year in terms of joint efforts in synth. I didn’t rank them on purpose as I felt they are quite different in terms of production approaches and general vibe.
Neo-noir is and has been back in its prime with both urban and rural settings, neon lights, lens flares, bad people doing bad things and dangerous women turning the gears in a f’d up amoral world of vice and anti-social behavior.
I had the opportunity to ask Lazerpunk a few questions recently, and the Hungarian retrowave artist had plenty to say!
Q: I have heard your musical style described as "80s synthwave with a touch of industrial." Tell me about your style in your own words, and
The Top 10 Album Artwork Covers of 2014
By Rhys Pearce
10. Le Cassette - Left to our own devices / Released on 10th July 2014
Artwork by Crystal Labs
'A real basic design here, but really effective. This kind of art was super popular during the 1980's and I
I recently had a chance to ask a few questions of Jesse Bishop, aka "Street Cleaner." The synthwave vigilante had some definitive, interesting answers for me.
Listen to and buy Street Cleaner's tunes!
Q:Tell me about your style in your own words, and about what music influences
Manzur Iqbal of Futurecop! talks 'Fairy Tales' and his new Burger Joint venture with NRW
by Rhys Pearce:
RP - Thank you for taking the time to speak with me today, I understand things must be pretty hectic for you at the moment. How are you guys and