Coastal are Aaron Hetherington and Jonathan Fletcher. Hailing from Leeds in the United Kingdom, the duo’s journey has taken them from fronting a Hardcore inspired metal band to now taking a leap into the 80s synthwave scene.
Opening softly, Kyoto is soaked with layer upon layer of late night ambience. The Leeds based duo invited fellow Aztec Records artist Oblique to provide guest vocals to the track. The gentle vocals merge perfectly and together tell the story of living your life in the moment, full of spontaneous adventure, but doing it all with someone you love.
Featuring a slick saxophone section, Kyoto paints an atmospheric landscape of serene, breathtaking mountains that offer brief escapism from the busy, non-stop lives everyone has.
Kyoto is Coastal’s third entry into the Synthwave scene, part of their full length debut album titled ‘Memories’ due for release in the back end of 2021.
International synthpop artist christopher ANTON announces Genesis of Sound II.
The new fully remastered singles collection is available in digital and physical CD formats.
Genesis of Sound II includes classic christopher ANTON tracks, and cover songs, including Blinding Lights (The Weeknd), Send Me An Angel (Real Life), and Circles (Post Malone).
christopher ANTON has teamed up with producer and songwriter Nick James of The Voice and the Snake, as well as songwriters Richard Broadhead of Mesh, and Peter Rainman of People Theatre, with remixes by Ricardo Autobahn, RE:Active, and Skyler D. White (Scyia) for the release.
All tracks have been remastered for Genesis of Sound II by Skyler D. White.
Thirty-four prime cuts from the frontline of today’s 1979 – 81 Blitz era inspired global electronic post punk/ synthpop underground.
Featuring exclusive songs and remixes alongside classic tracks, Generation Blitz brings together many of the most exciting names from the global electronic music scenes inspired by the Blitz Club era. The collection includes overt homage alongside creative deconstruction of some of the sounds and styles of the period. The set moves from sophisticated synth pop classics to electronic new wave floorfillers and takes in minimal electronic synth punk and outsider post punk along the way. These are the sounds of a global scene that is an open space for all genders, sexualities, ethnicities, ages and abilities.