Written by Pmachine 18 Aug 2023, 17:0075 Views
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Reach Back Through Time is the second collaboration between Costa Rican composer/producer Walter Alienson and British singer-songwriter/producer Minute Taker. After meeting in an online synthwave fan group in 2020, they joined forces remotely to create their first irresistibly nostalgic synth-pop song Neon Lines. Released in 2021, the track celebrated how retrowave music can bring like-minded people from all over the world together in their shared love of all things 80s.
That theme is expanded upon in Reach Back Through Time, a song that seeks to reconnect you with your childhood self and all of the dreams and passions that shaped your world back then.
Mixed by Matt Aslanian (Jessie Frye, Timecop1983, Ollie Wride), the song simultaneously sounds old and new, with influences from 80s synthpop like A-ha and Pet Shop Boys, along with modern synthwave like The Midnight, and even some prog rock ballads by the likes of ELO and Supertramp.
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