Quarter-Life Crisis is a dark dance album well worth some recognition. While other artists stick to focusing only on horror, outrun, or chiptune inspired works Vestron Vulture is able to stretch beyond and pull the dance aspect into things once again which had been achieved by such artists like Carpenter Brut with their Turbo Killer music video or Street Fever's Afflictions EP. If our fans know of any other dance or club inspired synth producers feel free to post them in the comments below! We always love to hear from you all!
While the rest of the synthwave scene is stuck in trying to be darker and more 'outrun' inspired Compilerbau is looking directly to the 1980s and classic synth and guitar works for his inspiration. Amazing stuff! Nobody can deny this is what synthwavers are living for!
Out now on Business Casual, Pop Up! just released Flavored! This compilation of tracks contains many songs which were popular at another time in history and the artist has successfully brought new life and energy to them for a new audience. What are our fan's thoughts on the techniques used to breath new life into these older tracks?
While Phil Future describes this EP as melancholy I must say that it feels quite even while thinking of all the grim dystopian situations that would come about in this hypothetical world.
Those who are a fan of vocoders are really going to be psyched about Kingdom! Arcade High continues to develop his sound and style. Have a listen. What are you thoughts on the new album? Do you like it less or more than his previous works? What other stylistic changes have you noticed as a listener?