Kids’ candy-like interpretation of the past delivers mixed results.
Beckett returns with a remarkable genre blend delivered with brilliant melodies.
Wolf and Raven reveal their creative process, favorite video games, go-to snack foods, and more in this full interview.
A thick slab of cyberpunk synthwave with many memorable moments
Society simultaneously represents the best and worst synthwave has to offer.
NRW belly-flops again with Neon Nox’s debut full-length.
Genocity is a masterpiece of surrealist audio terror.
Streets offers several rewarding slices of heartfelt popwave music
Magenta Nights is a highly polished gem of true synthwave music.
Incomplete songwriting tarnishes Bart Graft’s otherwise attractive suburbia.
Dreadful guitar work and grainy production drag down Judge Bitch’s mediocre songwriting.
A lone song stands out from the dreary heap of repetitive synth music.
Bold innovation leads to imaginative and progressive songwriting on Kardasynth
Scandroid goes dark on the artist’s new sci-fi adventure.
A glimmering jewel of melodic popwave delivered across 10 vocal-driven entries.
Outdated songwriting and repetitive compositions outweigh a few redeeming tracks
Classical instrumentation and themes of theistic Satanism accent a diverse and ambitious darksynth debut
Bright, optimistic songwriting marks Vincenzo Salvia’s latest melodic marvel.
An ambitious album packed with collaborations provides a healthy variety of synthwave and rock fusion.
Glitch Black’s latest full-length album is a well-realized musical venture into dystopian science fiction dominated by machines, and it’s one of the artist’s best releases to date.