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From ashes, he has risen once again. Swordfall’s debut marks the return and a new beginning for the French producer formerly known as Yx, whose trilogy of releases caught our attention back in 2017. Nobody Knows Nobody Fears pushes Yx’s sound into radically new territory.

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From Halmstad with groove comes a nighttime cut to add a bit of fizz to your martini fueled soirée. Swedish producer NeverMann has teamed up with Manchester’s Beckett to deliver ‘Moonlight Kiss’, a tasteful platter of syncopated eighties synth-funk with some suave, dreamy hooks and

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Retrowave may well have found its power couple. Hailing from Pennsylvania, Dameron is a husband & wife electronic duo marking their first foray as a group with a delightfully lush album of retro synth candy laced with touches of dreamy chillwave psychedelia. Clocking at a

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Last year, Austrian artists Powernerd and Edictum took the synthwave scene by storm as they unveiled their collaboration under the name Shades of Thunder, releasing their first full-length album to great critical acclaim from the scene. Having concluded our review of Flight of Fancy with hopes

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Former Yellowcard frontman and Twitch Streamer Ryan Key is amping up the hype for a 2022 record drop, dropping a second cut from his upcoming Everything Except Desire EP. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03wJo83HtCI Whereas 2021’s ‘Face in a Frame’ reeled us in with its blissful melancholic sounds, ‘Brighton’ keeps us

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After dropping a series of singles throughout the year, Shades of Thunder have finally dropped their debut full-length album! Formed earlier in the year, Shades of Thunder is a power-duo comprised of Viennese producers Powernerd and Edictum, whose combined forces are set to rock the scene

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Following up on the highspeed synthpop anthem ‘The Payback’, Colorado’s DRYVE has dropped a second single in collaboration with New York-based vocalist FATHERDUDE. As the tastefully tacky cover depicting a Delorean flying across a pink palm-paved skyline suggests, ‘They Don’t Care About you’ is a

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Synthwave star Roxi Drive is back with a new single and a heart full of passion for a noble cause. The UK singer has teamed up with Glen Jevon to record a cover of Starship’s 1986 hit single ‘Nothing’s gonna stop us now’. Click Here to

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After teasing us with promises of a retro-infused record inspired by the works of classic horror directors, CHVRCHES have finally released their fourth studio album Screen Violence. Though the band’s overall career arguably places them in firmly the ‘Synthpop’ category rather than anywhere near the Retrowave

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