Something dark this way comes. The darksynth juggernaut from Britain is back on the scene with a vengeance, marking a grand comeback with a new milestone instalment in the Occult album series. Two years since Occult 89 Occams Laser is marking a brave new step
Detective John Wagner is back in action and ready to get even!
Nottingham producer Last Action Hero has just released China Town Ghosts, a conceptual follow up to his 2020 album Cop Movie.
In this latest instalment, Wagner is pulled back into a world of corruption and
Need an extension on your summer break? London’s Duett has got you covered with their new record ‘Leisure’, an effervescent output of good vibes delivered with a vapory veneer. On what may be his most accomplished record to date, Ben Macklin delivers a funky, chilled
Strap in, Cyberpunk fans! Darksynth producer DEADLIFE is back a vengeance, with his debut record on FiXT Neon Records. After releasing a string of singles teasing this long-awaited follow-up to City of Eternal Rain, the British producer finally dropped the new album on August 6th.
Synth demon Alex is keeping a busy schedule, it seems. Over the past week, the Edinburgh based artist dropped 2 singles and one full EP on his Bandcamp page.
The first release is a full EP that sees ALEX push his sound to new extremes. ‘Death
Today is the day, retroheads! Nottingham based electropop band WOLFCLUB are back with Just Drive (Part 2), brought to you by NRW Records. Vocalists Dora Pereli & Jaki Nelson return to lend their vocals to yet another set of odes to glossy days gone by.
UK producer Emil Rottmayer is back with yet another short but sweet dose of slick electronic music straight from the VHS era. Although we’ve yet to hear of a successor to 2018’s Descend, Emil Rottmayer is an artist who obviously values consistency over quantity. With
It wasn’t any earlier than February 8th that London Dreampunk label Dream Catalogue had announced the end of their 7-year run, effective as of February 23rd. Yet here we are, a mere 5 weeks later, with news that the British label is back in business
The wait is over, rabid retroheads! Wolfclub is back with full force with a record to send your brainwaves cruising down memory lane. Titled, Just Drive Pt.1, the album sees the artist setting the groundwork for an exciting multi-part saga paved with catchy choruses and
Brace yourselves, retroheads, it’s that time of the month again. In yet another unwelcome and unexpected turn of events, February of 2021 will sadly have gone by bearing the mark of a grand musical chapter laid to rest. Electronic music’s masked superheroes will have retired
One week ago, news of Daft Punk’s separation spread at lightspeed across the Internet, marking the end of a grand chapter in electronic music. Whereas the current music scene sees most artists withering into irrelevance beyond a three-year wait between releases, the sudden end of
Bittersweet news has hit the Internet music community these past few weeks. On February 8th London-based Dreampunk epicentre Dream Catalogue announced the end of their activities as a label on February 23rd.
As a final sendoff to mark the end of a genre-defining 7-year run, the