Electronic Rock/Synth Pop project RAYGUN ROMANCE (former POWERMAN 5000 Guitarist TY OLIVER) has unleashed the official music video for his newest Dark Synth masterpiece, “Adore You.” Filmed by Marie Ilene and the inimitable front-man (who also edited), “Adore You” features burlesque dancer and pinup Princess Miss Spent YouthContinue reading RAYGUN ROMANCE Reveals Official Music Video for New Darkwave Lament, “Adore You”
Los Angeles, California – Masterfully weaving together elements of cyberpunk, psytrance, and synthwave with nuanced, progressive songwriting, Inexedra’s Retrohack sets a new standard for retro-futuristic electronic music. This re-release of the groundbreaking album comes packaged with fresh artwork and two new tracks not found on the original recording.Continue reading Inexedra Re-Releases Futuristic Electronic Album, Retrohack
SEETHING AKIRA have released their latest video for new single ‘Ded’, which was released March 25th.
Check out the video here: https://youtu.be/DtvbhxUg77cContinue reading SEETHING AKIRA have released their latest video for new single ‘Ded’, out NOW
††† (Crosses) have dropped a surprise release, a cover of “The Beginning of the End“by ’90s electropop band Cause & Effect.
This is the first new music from the alternative band, fronted by Chino Moreno (Deftones) and guitarist Shaun Lopez, since their 2014-released, self-titled record.
Buy or stream the track here or listen below:Continue reading ††† (Crosses) Drop First New Music In Six Years & It’s A Cover Song
With 15-million streams worldwide, “Dance Macabre” is already one of the most popular tracks from Prequelle, the new album from Grammy Award-winning Swedish rock band Ghost. Today, “Dance Macabre” is reborn with a provocative remix by the eclectic and mysterious French synthwave band Carpenter Brut. You can check out the track and its companion animated visual here.
Experimental metal band MANES of Norway have unveiled the first visual companion to their new record ‘Slow Motion Death Sequence’. Continue reading Norwegian MANES have unveiled the first visual companion to their new record ‘Slow Motion Death Sequence’.