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Release date: 20th August 2021

Young Empress are treading Dreamwave waters with their latest single ‘Eyes Closed’.

Written and produced by Robin & Rebecca Davies, this film fan duo are are continuing to build tracks inspired by their favourite movies, re-envisioning storylines and replacing them with soft synths and haunting guitars.

Eyes Closed radiates War of the Worlds vibes - if HG Wells wrote music then it would sound like this!

Inspired by 80s American teen drama ‘Dead Poets Society’ - Young Empress transcend into a world full of the hopes and dreams of a troubled soul. This track follows the beloved narrative of Neil Perry, as he explores new realms of self-expression and individuality, at the expense of his parents’ expectations. It creates a sense of innocence approaching a moment of temptation, uncertainty and consequence. 

Swirling vocals reverberate around the track creating a dynamic and atmospheric relationship between the realms of Retrowave and Synthpop, alongside dreamy guitars with a night drive bass line holding the spine of Eyes Closed together. 

With their debut album out later this year, you should turn your attention to Young Empress to discover what they do next!

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Compiled by Aztec Records and featuring pure synthpop songs from some of the hottest synthpop acts in the scene such as:

Young Empress / LAU / Surrender / Friday Night Firefight / Coastal / Cymatica / Pleasure / Primo / Syst3m Glitch & Van Derand / Badison / Power Rob / Heartracer / Thought Beings / Gryff / Mike Haunted & Chris KD / Mondmann ft. Anny Where / NINA ft. LAU / Zenith Volt

Don't forget to stream / buy Pure Synthpop Volume 1 too!

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Hot on the heels of Laura Dre's debut album release comes electro pop’s ascendant queen new single 'Beautiful Summer'. Sultry synths and groovy beats drive Laura’s smooth contralto voice, inviting fun and wild abandon - "It’s a feel-good tune to enjoy a beautiful summer with a special someone".


Laura Dre’s poignant, but often sexy and thought-provoking electronic and contemporary synth pop, breathes new life into the ever popular and evolving synth and retrowave scene, and indeed into modern electronic pop itself. Debut album 'Moving Spaces', produced by Laura Dre & Robert Harder, out now through Outland Recordings.


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Maxx Parker teams up with Natalie Gray for his fourth single 'Wait For Me'.

'Wait For Me' mixes Maxx Parker's upbeat 80's pop driven production with Natalie Gray's soulful, emotive vocals. The lyrical content revolves around finding the strength to believe in yourself when chances you have had in life fall through.

This juxtaposition between the upbeat, bouncy production and the heartfelt, personal lyrics make this song a compelling listen.

Maxx Parker will release his first album on September 17.
Pre-order Outsider on Bandcamp now!

Outsider is Maxx Parker's debut album released on Aztec Records and features artists LAU, Thought Beings, GeoVoc, Natalie Gray, Young Empress and Syst3m Glitch. The collaboration between such diverse acts delivers songs that are ignited with melodic and atmospheric arrangement and production coupled with emotional, powerful, heartfelt vocals and lyrics.

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