Strangeways Radio has put together our Top 20 Albums of 2019 covering the genres of Synthpop, Post Punk, Dark Wave, Indie, Modern/Alt Rock, Dreampop and Electronica.
This weeks compilations feature the latest new releases in Synthpop and Electronica. Highlighted are brand new Hatchie, off of her much anticipated debut album. New music from Hot Chip and The New Division plus hot off the press new releases from Black Marble and TR/ST and a new track from Lloyd Cole where he channels his inner OMD
Swedish synthpop artist, Azure Blue, have released a new single Event Horizon. If I were going to introduce someone to modern synthpop, I very well might start with this song
This weeks compilations feature the latest new releases in synthpop and electronica. This features the return of many familiar names such as White Lies, Johnny Marr, Editors, The Ocean Blue and Bananarama.
This article highlights some of the new music that was released the week ending May 17, 2019.
New Music Friday – Dido, Xeno & Oaklander, Gesaffelstein with Electric Youth, Sambassadeur, Foreign Resort
This article highlights some of the new music that was released the week ending March 08, 2019. This week we feature a wide variety of new releases ranging from singer songwriter to synthwave to post punk.
This mix contains a collection of some of my favorite remixes including modern takes on classic 80s songs plus remixes of newer songs and artists. Some of my favorite mixers are on here including Dominatrix, Arthur Baker, Marsheaux and more. This is a mostly high energy mix and one that’s good to listen to when getting ready to go out for the evening.
Azure Blue plays slightly-twee synthy new wave which would appeal to fans of the Junica, Trembling Blue Stars, and Lightning Seeds. This song, “Every Ending Story”, is from this Swedish band’s new EP and is among my favorites by them. I could imagine hearing this ’80s-style tune being played over the closing credits of a…
This is volume 3 in my modern synth series which features brand new synth tracks from up and coming artists along with some new releases from more established artists. All of these tracks are synth heavy and many are inspired from the new wave era in the 80s.
This mix features a variety of synth songs that seem fit for a modern day John Hughes movie. Some of these would fit right in with one of the 80s movies. Others are interpretations of the direction we think Mr Hughes might have went in if he were putting out movies today – taking on darker themes and more modern music.