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Starcadian’s new album, “Saturdaze,” is an homage to
Saturday morning TV, but that’s just where this collection of music begins.
This album’s intensity is not to be trifled with! The beats kick and run free;
these are all songs you could tear up a dance
There is a moment in the opener Timecop1983’s
Waves EP that I swear I can hear the
progression of the genre as a whole. Not every artist has to strive for
progression within a genre. A lot of artists probably shouldn’t. Because NRW
concerns itself so much with music
Before Marvel started to spoon feeding us the good time doses of these current superhero serials in 3D-High definition theaters for $30 bucks a sitting and after the mega-bomb disappointment of Howard the Duck (1986).
There is an icy thickness to the opening track of Dynatron’s EP Throttle Up. In an effort to make tracks sound spacey and nostalgic, rookie musicians wind up making their mixes sound empty and thin. Dynatron isn’t a rookie. The way that the initial
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One of the mainstays in the Retrowave genre, Mega Drive has
been at it since 2012 and has made a name amongst the artists producing music
today. The album “198X AD” was a fantastic piece of work, and this followup is
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A foreboding image serves as the album cover. The EP itself is not unlike a dark house, both threatening and beckoning.
GosT’s latest EP, “S/T,” is a collection of sound lying in
wait to wound passersby with its intensity and
Left to Our Own Devices by Le Cassette
by Rom Rom
The car revs. The nightline opens up to me. The streetlamps dotting the highway
fall away one after the other. All I can think about is her. I like the way the
pedal feels under my foot. I
The Midnight: Days of Thunder
"Top class vocal and lyrics combined with a satisfying and genuine-‐as-‐can-‐be sound that take you on a trip down nostalgia lane.”
Sometimes melding together different music styles brings to life a very unique sound, and that's the case of the
TREVOR SOMETHING - SYNTHETIC LOVE - REVIEW
Synthetic Love by Trevor Something
It’s been a month or so since Trevor Something dropped his highly-anticipated and we are excited to finally get around to reviewing it here on NewRetroWave. Right from the album’s intro Trevor Something drops where
Take My Time by Rosso Corsa Records
Without much pomp, but with a lot of anticipation by synth wave connoisseurs around the world, the Israeli retro wave producer Alex Karlinsky a.k.a. Highway Superstar dropped his debut album ‘Take My Time’ on 21 December 2013.
Released under the
Punk. We all know them. Or at least, we all know about them.
And if we didn’t before Random Access Memories was released, we
most definitely do now.
years is a long time. In today’s future world, at the pace we’re
going, it’s even longer. It’s a lot of
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