Waveshaper is an Electronic / Synthwave musician from Sweden, active in the Synthwave scene. Inspired by artists like Jean Michel Jarre, Kraftwerk and Daft Punk as well as 80s movie music, his music is Retro Futuristic oriented and composed with a variety of hardware synthesizers, such as ARP 2600, Roland Jupiter-4 and Korg MS-20. He released his debut album Tracks To The Future on the label Lunar Boogie 2013, and the EP Sounds That Kill on Telefuture Records 2014. In 2015 he released the four-track vinyl record Solar Drifter on the Swedish Synthwave label Rad Rush Records.
Anthony Scott Burns is a Canadian filmmaker, visual effects artist and musician. After starting his film career as a visual effects artist and director, as of 2015 he is directing three feature films in pre-production: Dark Matter, Holidays, and Plan B Entertainment's Alpha. He also releases music under the moniker Pilotpriest.
Robert Parker is an Electronic / Synthwave musician from Stockholm, Sweden, active in the Synthwave scene. Making tracker music during the 1990s, he started making retro music in 2009 after buying a Korg Polysix analog synthesizer, and uses a variety of hardware synthesizers in his music like the Roland Juno 106 and the Moog Minimoog. His style takes elements from 80s music and movies, as well as from French house and disco. In 2013 he released his debut album Drive. Sweat. Play followed by the EP Modern Moves on Future City Records. In 2015 he released the EP Cardinal and the album Money Talks. In 2016 he released the vinyl Crystal City on NewRetroWave Records collaborating with Waveshaper, and Maethelvin from the Valerie collective
Johan Bengtsson is a Swedish electronic musician from Stockholm, known as one of the many artists that popularized the synthwave genre. His first EP, After Hours, was released in 2009, followed by Current Events and Burning Chrome on Rosso Corsa Records in 2010 and 2011. He explained in an interview of his inspirations being "jazz, cheesy 1950s bossa nova, 1970s motown or 1980s pop", and mentioned Paul Hardcastle, Jan Hammer, and Vince DiCola as examples. His primary software for music is the tracker program Renoise. In 2013, he was contacted by director David Sandberg regarding his film project Kung Fury, where he would compose the majority of the music. Prior to the movie's release, he collaborated with David Hasselhoff for the single True Survivor. Both the single's music video and the movie went viral upon their releases, gaining considerable acclaim. In 2014, he released his third album Interceptor on Mad Decent.
DMX Krew is the recording name of Edward Upton. Upton has many different aliases besides for DMX Krew, including 101 Force, Asylum Seekers, Bass Potato, Chester Louis III, Computor Rockers, David Michael Cross, Ed DMX, EDMX, House of Brakes, Michael Knight, and Viet Cong. He has released six full albums on Aphex Twin's label Rephlex Records and numerous singles/EPs for both Rephlex and his own Breakin' Records. DMX Krew's sound spans several electronic music genres, but had mostly been rooted in early electro-pop/breakbeat type music. The release of The Collapse of the Wave Function EPs are geared toward a different more experimental direction. Despite the similarity of their names, DMX Krew has no connection to hip hop artists DMX or Davy DMX, but refers to the vintage Oberheim DMX drum computer.
Legowelt is a Dutch electronic musician who describes his musical style as "a hybrid form of slam jack combined with deep Chicago house, romantic ghetto technofunk and EuroHorror Soundtrack." The majority of his work under the alias has been released on the Dutch label Bunker in addition to a number of compilation appearances, including the successful "Disco Rout" in 2002.