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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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Ladies and gentlemen, we interrupt our daily feed of retrowave news to bring you a special bulletin from NewRetrowave Radio News. At twenty minutes before eight, central time, Professor Lacombe of the Paris Observatory reports observing several explosions of incandescent gas, occurring at regular intervals

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Following up on his triumphant comeback that was Mainframe, Waveshaper has blessed us with what may well be the most ambitious and downright spectacular Retrowave music video of the year. NewRetroWave could not be prouder to bring you “The Phantom Machine”, an action-packed feast for the

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Space has just gotten colder. Starfarer has returned with a brand new full-length spacesynth effort marked by a clear tonal shift. The appropriately titled The Dark takes on a significantly heavier, louder darksynth sound to tell tall tales of the unfathomable dangers that lurk in

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Any day during which a Synthwave forefather decides to resurface is a day worth celebrating. After teasing some fresh new material at his latest shows, Valerie Collective co-founder Maethelvin from Nantes has finally dropped a new EP titled Lost Tapes from Hardware Memories. Comprised of

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Boston-based producer Adam Michael Kozak, also known as Burial Grid, has released his fifth album. Composed of eight tracks, Shores of Quiddity release adopts a more meditative, ambient vibe than the ominously titled We’ve Come for Your Flesh, immersing its listeners in a deeply strange

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From the Upside down to your speakers, Cartridge 1987’s sophomore album will conjure the dark corners of your childhood imagination to send chills down every inch of your spine. Passage marks Parisian producer Drich’s first release under the Cartridge 1987 since 2012’s Last Escape, one in

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Two years after the brutal Autoviolator, Antwerp’s very own Neoslave has returned with his third full-length album. Announced as a decisive new step in synth music, ‘Unparallel’ will immediately strike old-school fans off-guard with its fresh sonic and visual aesthetic. Indeed, the producer has toned

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Need a break? Thoughts clouded by intense feelings of wanderlust?  Bronster Bridge may just be the answer to your escapist cravings. Returning to the scene with a whole new set of tracks, the producer taps into the commodified comfort of airline travel on ‘Breakfast on

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