The Germany based Australian synthwave creator Phia releases the EP The Woman Who Counted the Stars on the 29th.
Phia – The Woman Who Counted Stars – artwork
The ethereal soundtrack of Oxide, from the forthcoming release, immediately holds the attention as analogue synths and fuzzy guitar drift across the room through which the vocal peers through the rising mist. Whilst there is much activity in there is an unhurried dreamy spaciousness to the song.
A month long tour around England, Germany and Austria commences on the 14th, with five dates in Australia starting on the 30th of November.
The English synthwave quartet IRIDƎƧƆƎ release the EP Waves on the 13th of October.
The recent reveal of Carved In Stone attests to a full release of immense beauty in which the listener is hypnotically drawn.
Combinations of tautly strung guitar are nestled against a dreamy echoing vocal and alluring synth through which a bubbling percussion threads betwixt snare and bass drum with the bass guitar tipping the song onward enabling the quartet to deliver music that has the sense of an audible depiction of the motion of a snake as muscles contract and expand leading to their dynamic weight distribution.
It has been just over three years since the Canadian synthwave creator STACEY last featured.
With, what is albeit, a more heavily ‘produced’ track the latest song It’ll Be Alright nonetheless is of similar ethereal soundtrack that surfaces in the room as though carried on the wings of a Phoenix as the electronics and vocal drift through the speakers from glowing embers.
Within the past couple of hours the French synthwave creator You Are Number Six released a new track.
You Are Number Six
Always revealing music wrapped in streams of synthesis which mind of an albatross calmly gliding thermal waves whilst traveling thousands of miles on few wing beats – in Midnight Blue, You Are Number Six releases a track full of mystery and tranquility.
It is the combinations of the melancholic electronics and voice of Théo Lefebvre which always make returning to the creations an absolute delight with their conceptual ambience that always warms the room with their countenance.