I haven't heard from this band since 2014 after their short two year climb to music stardom. I started to wonder where this very talented, and unique band had disappeared to. This is a re-introduction
In an email interview, I ask No Rush about why he was drawn to create synthwave music, his new (non-synthwave) EP Holding Patterns and where he sees synthwave going in the future.
Electronic house music: electro house, with its heavy drops and mind-blowing synth. These are the top 10 artists, from Swedish House Mafia to Deadmau5 to Knife Party.
Will Brueggemann is a composer, musician and podcaster with a wide-ranging interest in music of all types. He has a particular passion for video game music, both retro and modern, as well as an abiding love for film music. He's also one half of the Super Marcato Bros. video game music podcast along.
Deadmau5 (aka Joel Zimmerman) is one of the world's most recognized and admired producers of electro, techno, dubstep, and house music. Here's a list of his ten best songs. Listen and enjoy!
In an email interview, I asked Stefan huber (Ion Star) about why he enjoys making synthwave, how he creates new music and where he finds his inspiration.
In an email interview, I ask synthwave artist The Ghost Mall about how he got started with music, his creative process and his views on the synthwave scene as it stands now.
The late 1980s and early '90s were an exciting era for me. I spent six years going to clubs and warehouse parties - the illegal "raves". It was more than just music - it was a way of life.
In an emailed interview, I asked GlitBiter about her approach to making music, her views on the current state of synthwave and how she refreshes herself creatively.
This is an interview with Abigail Ferguson and Mary Hanley, who are the originators of the synthwave/italo disco band Bunny X. Their music pays homage to all of the great sounds of the '80s.