Following up on the acclaimed 2021 debut album Vinyl City, Radio Static marks the first single of MORPHOICE’s sophomore album Fire Into A Flame, due to release late summer 2022.
Radio Static features the emotional vocals of exceptional synthwave talent Patrick Russell, real recordings of vintage 80s hardware synthesizers like the Yamaha DX7, original Simmons drums and luscious rock guitars.
Radio Static tells the desperate story of trying to get in touch with a long lost loved one over a haunted ham radio.
After releasing the hit album Young & In Love last year, New Yorkers Bunny X asked some of the hottest names in the international electronic scene to reimagine some of the highlights of the album and were truly thrilled with the response they received.
Perfect Paradise, remixed by Ricky Wilde, and featuring 80s superstar Kim Wilde as a guest performer opens the album in style.
The remixes go from New jack swing, courtesy of Syst3m Glitch, classic retrowave from Italian artist Le Cast, to complete reworks by The Secret Chord, Maxx Parker, GeoVoc and Mike Haunted.
Spanish producer Uncover takes on Head Rush and this remix, along with Fulvio Colasanto's version, seem destined for the dance floors this coming summer.
The incredibly talented Sferro bends the vocals on another variation of Head Rush as well as Sight Telma Club, who's taken a similar approach.
Young & In Love (The Remixes) is yet another impressive milestone in Bunny X's amazing career so far.
Welsh Retrowave & Alt Pop act Taurus 1984 return with the new jack swing flavoured pop-driven single “Modern Romance”, again featuring exceptional vocals from Shellyann. The Welsh songstress recently mesmerised on the BBC’s hit Saturday night TV programme All Together Now, with head judge, Spice Girls legend Geri Halliwell, describing her voice as “incredible & magical”. Taurus 1984’s forthcoming album Modern Romance is produced by NewRetroWave’s Michael Oakley.
During the production of 'Supernova', details have been cared for in an unprecedented way; from choice of sounds, beats etc., to Catrine’s singing technic – and the SoftWave universe is now further expanded with this banger of a strong pop single, which should by all accounts give its listeners a familiar feeling and not least the urge to go out on a night on the town – perhaps even go to a concert to revisit their idols? That’s how the lyrics was created in the first place, after all…