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 –
Late last month, retrowave powerhouse Starcadian rocked the scene with a brand new instalment in his audiovisual space epic. With its deep red artwork and mind-melting detours into electronic prog-psychedelia, Radio Galaxy expressly refuses to settle into for the tried and true and stands out
The interstellar space cruiser has resurfaced from the deepest depths of our ever-expanding universe. Radio Galaxy marks the first album release by Starcadian in four years, following up on the retrowave classic that is Midnight Signals and pushing the audiovisual narrative into strange new places.
One week ago, news of Daft Punk’s separation spread at lightspeed across the Internet, marking the end of a grand chapter in electronic music. Whereas the current music scene sees most artists withering into irrelevance beyond a three-year wait between releases, the sudden end of
Carpenter Brut - Blood Machines
(The only reason this isn't #1 is because it technically isn't a music video, and it's currently not available to stream. Check out the website here to see it when it becomes publicly available!)
Jack Stauber - Baby Hotline
Confrontational – Happy
Hidden beneath the sleepless commotion of London’s ever so hectic Waterloo station, the 2019 edition of Retro Future Fest delivered on every one of its promises to dedicated fans having flocked to the British capital.
Leake Streets’ brick-walled halls glowed with majestic, electric neon lights, paving
Whether it be as a director, VFX artist or his top-grade musical output, Starcadian aims and reaches for the top shelf with every project he takes on. Along with his trusted Co-Director Rob O’ Neill, the masked space-voyager has been dropping jaws unfolding the epic
Last weeks’ Retro Synth Fury has come and gone in what seemed like a flash, having guided avid Synthwave enthusiasts deep into the night with a flawless, steady delivery of top-grade shows.
The first night at Supersonic surpassed all expectations with a warm-up show consisting of
NewRetroWave's Top Ten EPs of 2014
by Joey Edsall
10. Dynatron – Throttle
My list begins with the first release I reviewed for NRW. I
initially described the release as “confident“, and after months of
listening this still stands. Throttle Up has a thumping, driving quality
to it that never really
Starcadian’s new album, “Saturdaze,” is an homage to Saturday morning TV, but that’s just where this collection of music begins.
Listen and download here!
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