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"Waves of Hope" is a remarkable new compilation album from 24 different indie synth artists. This pay-what-you-want release is donating 100% of the proceeds to fund the creation of protective face shields - which are then donated (not sold) to healthcare and emergency workers. This project is

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Welcome back, loyal set of eyes. For this third expedition down memory lanes, we are honoured by the presence of our guest Mecha Maiko. known to many as Hayley Stewart, the former voice behind Dead Astronauts. Having just dropped a new music video for ‘Phones’

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LukHash's stunning "Transient Offworld" is finally here, exploding from speakers across the globe. It's hard to understate the amount of sheer innovation being put on the table by this album - not just in the fact that it was composed with a commodore64 - among

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Retroheads, please allow me to introduce you to NRW Records’ latest family member. Unveiled to the Synthwave community through her brilliant collaboration with Timecop1983 on her single ‘Faded Memory’, Jessie Frye has been making waves in the scene, heightening expectations with every subsequent single release

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With its scintillating synth melody, high-speed night drifts and neon-lit city lights, the music video to The Weeknd’s ‘Blinding Lights’ has been turning heads over the past few weeks. Premiered on The Weeknd’s official youtube channel on January 21st of this year, the second single

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Coming straight from Eastern Siberia (Ulan Ude, Russia) is Taxon Lazare with the deliciously retro minimalist synthpop album "Прощай, ностальгия" (Proshchay, nostal'giya, or “Goodbye Nostalgia”)! “Goodbye Nostalgia” is a beautiful piece of old-school synthpop that features a host of unique, interesting melodies and eastern synth sounds

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With the resurgence of eighties pop-culture having marked a fair share of the last decade, the Retrowave community has come to expand and thrive as a fully-fledged postmodernist subculture. Bonded by a devotion to the idyllic neon era of action heroes and brick-sized mobile phones,

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