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Space has just gotten colder. Starfarer has returned with a brand new full-length spacesynth effort marked by a clear tonal shift. The appropriately titled The Dark takes on a significantly heavier, louder darksynth sound to tell tall tales of the unfathomable dangers that lurk in

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Any day during which a Synthwave forefather decides to resurface is a day worth celebrating. After teasing some fresh new material at his latest shows, Valerie Collective co-founder Maethelvin from Nantes has finally dropped a new EP titled Lost Tapes from Hardware Memories. Comprised of

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Boston-based producer Adam Michael Kozak, also known as Burial Grid, has released his fifth album. Composed of eight tracks, Shores of Quiddity release adopts a more meditative, ambient vibe than the ominously titled We’ve Come for Your Flesh, immersing its listeners in a deeply strange

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From the Upside down to your speakers, Cartridge 1987’s sophomore album will conjure the dark corners of your childhood imagination to send chills down every inch of your spine. Passage marks Parisian producer Drich’s first release under the Cartridge 1987 since 2012’s Last Escape, one in

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What was the first track you ever listened to in the synthwave/retrowave genre? Was it a track by Kavinsky, Tesla Boy, College, or Electric Youth? Odds are that it was and while you may not have known it at the time, you were listening to the artists

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Synthwave artist Meteor has just announced the release date of  November 23rd for his new record, titled Chaos Theory. The Colombian producer has coupled the news with the album artwork reveal. This marks Meteor's second album and third release this year, having released his last album System Failure last

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Scheduling releases must be a tough undertaking when you’re an artist as prolific as Makeup and Vanity Set. With his last full-length album Endless Destiny on Bandcamp since September 25th, the Nashville Synth-bandit has dropped yet another release titled Tesseract. Created in collaboration with Art

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In the biblical story, humanity begins with a man called Adam, God made him from dust and together they chatted about the garden he landscaped. Adam was told he could walk about naked in the garden, eat whatever he liked from the trees with the

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