Despite coming to this EP with low expectations, having heards hundreds of takes on the whole LA, synth city theme with varying degrees of success, I was pleasantly surprised. The tracks are expertly, expertly produced with slick synths that perfecly coallesce.
French electronic gadget maestro Tommy '86 is back with a brand new EP entitled "Disco Machine" released via 86' Records . This shiny and glamorous assortment of songs is going to travel in through your ears and wear you like a sparkly outfit, its going
Street fighter II: The World Warrior is where the franchise started for most fans; though its prequel enjoyed moderate success, it was this one that truly caught on and blew new air into arcade fighting games as a genre.
Upon receiving this from our editor and firing it up to listen, I was immediately reminded of a stark and grim horror soundtrack… then surprised to hear the layers begin to take shape. And that was just the beginning for Done With You, a delightfully
From Troma the studio that brought you New Jersey's first superhero franchise The Toxic Avenger and other films such as Surf Nazis Must Die, Sgt. Kabukiman NYPD, Poultrygeist, Tromeo & Juliet and Cannibal the musical is this tale of irradiated hormones cotton swabbed with
Can there be such a thing as arena synthwave? Carpenter Brut's EP III answers with a resounding (and incredibly loud) yes!
Panda P.I. is a relative newcomer to the retrowave scene. He released a few EPs last year, and was even featured on the soundtrack of an indie video game, “A Half Genie Mermaid Adventure,” but “Victim of Technology” is Panda’s first effort at a full
FREAKED was originally meant to be a low-budget horror film featuring the Butthole Surfers but after a number of rewrites became one of the most underrated black comedies ever.
VISION - SUB ROSA
by Sam Haine –
following Void Vision as a fan since 2007/2008. From the days of seeing an
earlier incarnation performing at Digital Ferret when it was a full band and observing
with time the evolution into the stripped down eargasm
Mega Man feels like an arcade game. It is so hard that it feels punishing at times and so addictive that you can’t stop coming back to it.
Much like its predecessor, 'Hopes, dreams & Alienation' released in 2013, the boys return with a host of guests from the likes of Timecop1983 & New Arcades to Twin Oaks & Highway Superstar.
I know Halloween’s come and gone, but the horror continues!
Once we started doing game reviews, Splatterhouse stood out in my sick little
mind as one that needed to grace this website’s pages. Released internationally
by Namco in November 1988, the arcade cult classic got attention (both positive