Retrowave thread, my retroniggas!
or neo-80s synthwave, outrun, neon noir, newretro, or whatever the fuck you want to call it. No vaporwave allowed.
So far Perturbator and Lazerhawk wee my favorite artists in that scene but I must say I'm really impressed by Mega Drive's latest output.
>inb4 "hurr durr you weren't even born in the 80s so obviously you have no right to enjoy that music you're a poser and that's not even what synthwave sounded like in the 80s"
I really want to listen to more of this genre. I like it, but it's so hard to find GOOD artists. Perturbator is not that great honestly, there were much better artists in the Hotline Miami soundtrack, Kavinsky is utter shit and I hope nobody listens to his godawful album seriously, Miami Nights 1984 is boring as fuck...
You're walking down the street on a sunny, cloudless day, and you suddenly hear a loud bang behind you, as if a thunderbolt just struck the ground; the smell of burning asphalt fills the air and a flash of pink light illuminates your surroundings.
As you turn around, you see this garishly-painted van bolt down the street, veer and brake right in front of you. The door slides open and this music starts playing:
"We need you to save the future of the 80s, get in the van right now!"
You stutter out
"Wh-where's the driver?"
"We'll explain later when we get back to 1989, now get in!"
what do you do?
This music is officially approved for time tourist use between the years of 1982 and 1985.
We would like to remind you to to leave all cassettes unlabeled. Earbud-type headphones are strictly prohibited in this era so please use the in-flight headphones provided in the seatback pocket in front of you.
Enjoy your trip!
also, if you don't like Perturbator, it sounds like this genre just isn't for you. Perturbator is one of the best and most consistent out. If he's not that good in your eyes you're going to have a hell of a time finding someone who IS good enough for you.
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