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WOLF CLUB are back with the tremendous release of "Frontiers," continuing their remarkable blend of dreamwave and synthpop. WOLF CLUB seem determined to continue to mature, creating interesting soundscapes with varied influences instead of simply rehashing their sound. "Electify" is particularly interesting, taking a nod from

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“New World” is an apt title for the latest album from Shawn Ward – better known as the legendary FM Attack. Between having a little girl, Stella, for whom his last album “Stellar” is named, and also moving from Mexico back to his native Vancouver

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Stilz has opened a literal portal to the stars with “Hyperspace Drifter 3” - the third and final monumental installment in his “Hyperspace Drifter” spacewave trilogy! This release is Stilz at his best with a dreamy, sophisticated, awe-inducing, and groovy atmosphere seamlessly blended with the

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It’s hard to think of synthwave’s most iconic artists and think of genre giants FM-84, a group which added singer/songwriter Ollie Wride to their ranks in 2017. While FM-84 has a strong pop sensibility, Wride holds nothing back while cranking up catchiness and wearing his

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Jack Stauber is certainly not our usual synthwave sound, but when we came across his masterpiece "Pop Food," we knew immediately we should feauture his art! Born April 6, 1996, Jack Stauber is an American Avant-Pop musician and video artist whose work includes elements of

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Vivid neon lights dance over burnt clay brick walls, studded leather, and an array of sunglasses that gleam like mirrors catching the sun. Body heat steam rises to mix with an artificial fog, the warm fervor falling like a hush over the crowd. The music

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