Paris-based producer Sierra is kicking off into 2022 with a bloodshot, hellish set of new tracks. ‘See Me Now’ sees Sierra dive down deeper depths of sonic depravity in a decadent dance along the razor-thin edge between Darksynth and Techno.
The EP sets off with a
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.
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 –
The time has once again come to take a deep dive into the depths of sonic depravity. Industrial techno producers Sierra and Matteo Tura are back with a two-track collaborative effort titled INNER SPEECH, a heavy EP of pure sonic decadence in which both artists’
French Retrowave/EBM artist Sierra marks her first video release with a riveting short-film drawing influence from David Fincher and Stieg Larsson’s cold-blooded, violent crime stories.
The music video for ‘All About Love’ is a suspenseful, bloody tale about the search for identity, love and bloody murder.
10. Waveshaper - The Disk Hunter
The Gothenburg Synthwaver takes us on a night cruise through a majestic technopolis.
Listen to The Disk Hunter
9. Powernerd - Destroy to Create
Powernerd suits up in chrome battlegear and delivers an action-packed EDM-meets-Synthwave EP full of electrifying basslines and punchy beats.
Listen to Destroy
December is finally here. One more month of this godforsaken year to go. A cold, dark month to crown our apocalyptic passage into a new decade, marked with promises of a holiday season, unlike anything we ever expected or hoped for. For those sinking into
Paris-based Darksynth artist has recently announced the imminent release of her third EP, All About Love. Set to drop on December 4th, this new release holds promises of a darker, heavier step forward with its sensual title and surreal, deep red cover art.
Sierra made her
Happy Monday, fellow retroheads ! With Memory Lanes now entering its second week of publication, we are delighted to bring you our second guest from the land of existential dread and stinky cheese. Darkwave producer Sierra has stopped by to drop her own movie recommendation and
After debuting at #5 on the Billboard Electronic Album Chart, Akuma II is back with a new life in an alternate version, not from Alex and Tokyo Rose – but instead featuring remixes from some very heavy hitters in retrosynth music.
This set of absolutely killer
The newest EP to seethe from the hatred and gloom that is Sierra's mind is simply entitled "Gone." This EP is a stunning foray into darkness, an atmospheric mirror of high-production slow-motion violence. It feels like the perfect evolution to 2017's "Strange Valley", gaining ground and solidifying
The Parisian producer Sierra is new to the scene – but with an amazing release like "Strange Valley," she's certain to carve out a name for herself quickly. After scouring the internet, we can find no mention of the mysterious Sierra's real name. I tried