This is the official music video by New Arcades performing Wherever You Are. (C) 2014 Dean Canty and Adam Sullivan. Directed and Edited by Tom Wright. Shot by Electric Sheep.
Manzur Iqbal of Futurecop! talks 'Fairy Tales' and his new Burger Joint venture with NRW by Rhys Pearce: RP - Thank you for taking the time to speak with me today, I understand things must be pretty hectic for you at the moment. How are you guys and
VOID VISION - SUB ROSA Mannequin Records (2014) Review by Sam Haine – I’ve been following Void Vision as a fan since 2007/2008. From the days of seeing an earlier incarnation performing at Digital Ferret when it was a full band and observing with time the evolution into the stripped down eargasm
Futurecop! – Fairy Tales ‘True Retro-pop Synthwave’ As most of you might have already heard, Manchester duo 'Futurecop!' dropped their new album at the end of November, entitled 'Fairy Tales' and its one that we've been looking forward to hearing at New Retro Wave. Much like its
Constellations by Dead Astronauts is a cool album. I wish that didn’t sound so clichéd. The release just exudes such a unique vibe and creates such dense atmosphere with what feels like little effort. It manages to skirt retro/synthwave clichés throughout, but subverts them in subtle ways to make
From A girl who never sleeps by Femmepop I first became familiar with the work of Margaret O'Sullivan aka 'Femmepop', when a friend of mine turned me onto her debut EP, entitled 'Kick'. Released it 2009, it took me back to the alternative rock sounds of
You may have heard Tripped or Over Again—two really rad tracks by MODERNS featured here on NRW's enormous YouTube channel. I'm looking to hear more voices from artists in this scene, providing more definition and clarity as synthwave discovers itself and what it's capable of as it goes