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"SF Rose" by Fanfickk

“SF Rose” is a new single from Auckland electronic musician Fanfickk.

The song – a tribute to a lost friend – starts out as fairly conventional (in an absorbingly good kind of way) electronic pop, built on a rich, pulsing sub-bass riff rumble. 150 more words

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Roosevelt Dropped “Teardrops” To Your Playlist

German electromaster, Roosevelt, teased our eardrums with his new single “Teardrops” in his show back in LA – but now, he finally dropped the synthgasmic flux onto our playlist. 138 more words


Seaside Melancholia Gets Lush Synthwave Lift In Krusoe’s “Give Up The Coast”

Oxford-based electronic producer, Krusoe, gifted us with his new single “Give Up The Coast” from his upcoming EP with the same name. Piled on exquisite layers of synths, the underlying moodiness evokes a sense of bittersweet sunset where the daytime party is over and it’s time to head back to reality. 214 more words


OGRE & Dallas Campbell Discuss Their New Score for “Night of the Living Dead”

Artwork for ‘Night of the Living Dead’.

Even before they set out to create a new score for one of the most revered horror films of all time, Robin Ogden (who records as OGRE) and Dallas Campbell were already facing daunting hurdles. 2,036 more words

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Into the Neon Darkness: An Interview with Synthwave Artist Red Marker


An Interview with Synthwave Artist Red Marker by Nicholas Diak ___

A veteran of the trance scene, Red Marker is a newly transitioned act to the burgeoning retrowave genre, joining the ranks of Perturbator and Carpenter Brut creating eighties-inspired cinematic electronic music. 2,626 more words



Contact make a dreamlike, floating sort of electronic music with 70s progressive rock and soul elements. They mix synths and real instruments like drums or electric guitars. 25 more words

Woob - Remember Me - New Info, Track Preview

Adaption spin-off ‘Remember Me’ follow’s Jessica’s timeline through sound, here’s some back story:

After escaping the ‘Midnight Arcade’ the group make it back to their house.

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