The much beloved synth siren Dana Jean Pheonix is back with her third, long-awaited full length album, “Synth City.” This collection of tracks is a powerful mix of dreamwave and synthpop - a true testament to just how amazing retro vocals can be when done
Just when you thought it was safe
I'm guilty of describing music in terms of hipster mathematics. Death Cab For Cutie + Neutral Milk Hotel = The Decemberists. That sort of thing. Fifteen seconds into "Cast Away", the opening track of Highway Superstar's Endgame, the musical arithmetic was firing away.
Released on October 16th, 'Nights change days' is the brand new EP from LGNTNNG and boy are we super psyched that NRW Records have the pleasure of releasing this one.
"Borderline" is Duett's second full length release, captained by UK based producer Ben Macklin and featuring some outright stellar vocals from Stewart Lockwood. Each song is a shining example of production perfection, crafted with light and often glamorous crystalline synthesizers.
Is "The Swift" looking for new ways to infiltrate the synth scene again?I Watch your back folks!
Lyrically, Kristine is preoccupied with summer love, lovers lost and burning desire. It mixes nicely with the musical arrangements. Musical arrangements are actually more sparsely decorated with synth riffs than you would expect with a lot of guitar present.
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
VISION - SUB ROSA
by Sam Haine –
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