|He^Rt (Album Mix)||Sunset Blood|| |
|Dance or Die||Saturdaze|| |
|Chinatown||Sunset Blood|| |
|Sgt. Tagowski||Sunset Blood|| |
|New Cydonia (feat. Hayley)||Midnight Signals (Original Motion Picture Score)|| |
|Sunset Blood||Sunset Blood|| |
|Pompey Pirate||Sunset Blood|| |
|Alien Victory||Saturdaze|| |
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.
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.
Gunship is a British synthwave band formed in 2010 by Dan Haigh and Alex Westaway and later joined by drummer Alex Gingell. Gunship's music has been described as "influenced by the soundtracks of 80s film, television shows, video games & cartoons" and "a neon soaked, late night, sonic getaway drive, dripping with luscious analog synthesizers, cinematic vocals and cyberpunk values, exploding from the front cover of a dusty plastic VHS case which has lain forgotten since 1984." The band are credited with helping to popularise the synthwave scene and evolving it by adding rock song structure and extensive use of vocals to a predominantly instrumental genre.