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Current Synthwave/Synthpop/Electro/80's-esque music
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If someone thinks of a better title, say because I have no idea how to categorize this glorious music

And by this I mean new (2000 onward should do) music that is similar to or reminiscent of 80's synthpop






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#2
Great thread I'll be keeping a look out for stuff to sample. Nothing beats that old analog sound before the loudness war destroyed music.
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Bit more abstract but synthy enough
  
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[video=youtube]https://youtu.be/dJOpTWGI96w[/video]
i don't know if italo-disco counts but den haan love to bash it out
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#5
I forgot to link, GUNSHIPs album on bandcamp, can listen to it all.

It's great, so much new similar music is just 'indie game soundtrack' without lyrics or anything of real meaning

https://gunshipmusic.bandcamp.com/releases


thinking of including some more darkwave/dark electro, it has the same vibe but is way too sinister to actually be mistaken for 80's
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I hate lyrics
  
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Gotta love Com Truise
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#8
Synthwaves and no lyrics

Helena Hauf - Discreet Desires
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(25-03-2016, 07:35 AM)ronibb Wrote: Synthwaves and no lyrics

Helena Hauf - Discreet Desires

gotta second this one it was one of my fav albums of 2015, specifically 'spur'




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