Wednesday, October 7, 2015

LA Dreams' Paper Objects

By Rick Shithouse

I still feel guilty for not giving the review that LA Dreams' last record, On And On, deserved on Synthetix.FM. It came out at an odd time for me personally to give my undivided attention to and will hopefully remain the only LA Dreams realease not covered on here. It's not that the album was any less valid, relevant and entertaining than any others, it was just some poor timing on my behalf.

And true to form, another LA Dreams record has arrived right on schedule. I've been enjoying Paper Objects on repeat pretty much since it hit Bandcamp this afternoon and have had ample opportunity to drink in its delights and revel in its glories. One of the grounding aspects for me is my personal relationship with LA Dreams' music on an emotional level. His music is truly magical when it aligns to my own personal state of being. This happens more often than not; but on this record especially the depth of emotional attachment I've felt throughout has been incredibly strong. Sometimes things just sit 'right' and that familiarity feels all brand new again and with Paper Objects, LA Dreams has once more upped his game and taken on new challenges for the sake of his art.

With the announcement of the album's release LA Dreams also stated this was his first all hardware album. I read this after listening to the record a few times already and I had already noticed something different about the presentation of the music. I'm no audio engineer,  I don't even qualify as someone who has tinkered with synths; be they hardware or software but there is something I definitely noticed as being different to the usual LA Dreams synthscape. This could all be psychosomatic and reading far too much into things I don't understand but there is an elegance to this album that is a cut above what I previously experienced in LA Dreams' music. The soul of the 80s and the true creative gift this artist instills in his music just comes through smoother, cleaner and more natural. This could be completely unrelated to using hardware exclusively on the record and it may just be his natural progression along his musical journey but the increased intimacy and smoothness to the presentation is undeniable.

LA Dreams' is a complete maestro for that quintessential 80s melody that I personally adore and feel deeply when I hear it. The way that LA Dreams has evolved his writing in this respect is defined even more in Paper Objects. Melodies and leads feel more balanced in the mix, they never get lost or seem like they fighting to be heard amongst the other instruments and the percussion appears to have been distilled into much more simplistic patterns, that when coupled with the melodies become live and effortless and wholly complementary.

I've been saying for nearly years now that I listen to LA Dreams differently than I do to almost any other producer. The way his ideas are put together to me make absolute sense and over the course of his many albums I've witnessed the growth and nurturing he gives to his musical inspirations. Ideas hinted at from albums months ago resurfaced with more defined reason and forms. The melodies gain more lither shapes and curves that flow even more naturally. The soul of LA Dreams music is what drives each track and each compartmentalised idea becomes a snapshot of the man himself in that moment in time translated into music.

The album itself is full of melodic poems, energetic excitement and heartfelt emotion. In many of the classic Synth Romance pieces by LA Dreams you can feel the magic touching you, like a bolt of nostalgic electricity. These types of tracks, especially, appear to move through spaces with lighter weight yet have even more presence. The experimentation with certain sounds in these heavily stripped back affairs gives even more intrigue and detail, but they are never cluttered and in many ways deliver slower and deeper hooks. 'Makes Me Think Of You' and 'Frome Here To There' are shining examples of this as LA Dreams rocks to a pace that is transfixing and beautifully formulated.

Higher energy experiences abound too and a couple of tracks that really stood out for me on this record belonged to this aesthetic. In 'LoveShy' LA Dreams rocks a wonderful vocal over funky and dramatic musical majesty. I was only saying on a recent Synthetix Sundays that this kind of vocal is so underutilised in the scene, LA Dreams displays to perfection just how little touches can add so very, very much. The opening track 'Strange Skies' makes for a fast paced adventure into 80s musical excitement too while 'Paper Cities' combines soulfully enriching melodies with a highly excitable beat that just swells with romantic anticipation.

LA Dreams keeps on exploring funkier sides to his sounds too, which I'm an ardent fan of, and 'Nights Like This' brings a totally killer mix of funk and synth soul. This style in particular holds many new and exciting avenues in the LA Dreams experience and gives him another synthscape for him to paint his wonderful stories on.

When it gets down to it, this is a fantastic album. If you love LA Dreams you'll find lots to love on Paper Objects. The intrinsic mix of old and new and that familiar atmosphere LA Dreams creates is always so invigorating to experience. LA Dreams has always been 'music for lovers' to me and the fantasy and captivating romance that flows so prominently and effortlessly through this record will awaken your heart and passions once again.

I've been musing on the title of the album for much of the day and it finally came to my own realisation as to why this title was chosen. Many things near and dear to us are exactly this, notes from loved ones, greeting card, photographs, tickets to places and events experienced, paper objects that we keep with us and hold as connections to people, places and times. In the context of this record those paper objects from the 80s are some of our most personally valued. Well chosen, LA Dreams, well chosen words indeed.

Thank you, LA Dreams for giving the world an unbreakable emotional link to the wonder of 80s synth music. LA Dreams presents his Paper Objects album on his Bandcamp page here, and this album comes very, very highly recommended from Synthetix.FM.

Saturday, October 3, 2015

The NEW Synthetix.FM Mixtape Is Ready To Rock!

The brand new Synthetix.FM Mixtape is here to rock you into oblivion with the hottest tracks from the 80s inspired synth scene! This month's mixtape features an EXCLUSIVE Synthetix.FM Extended Mix of Damokles' incredible Quantum Flux track! This is a superb mix done in the traditional 80s style and you'll only hear it here!


1, Dance Alone - Questarossa
2, Without You - Sebastian Gampl
3, Obsessing Much - TEK/Pengus Featuring Matt Kwid
4, Candy At Plain Sight - Bourgeoisie
5, Home - Dream Fiend Featuring Matt Kwid
6. Lost With You - First Impressions with The Ghost Mall
7, One Step Away - Magic Dance
8, Cracking Skulls - Occams Laser
9, Meteor Wave - Skript
10, Metatron - Worship
11, Quantum Flux (Synthetix.FM Extended Mix) - Damokles
12, Computer Age - Aquawave
13, Mesmerised - Jordan F featuring Dana Jean Phoenix
14, #Beautifaux - Kid Bougie
15, Body Heat - Robots With Rayguns
16, Don't Stop - McKlain
17, Darth Spader - The TCR
18, Rerecord Not Fade Away - Kenji Run
19, Love Painting - Bart Graft
20, Night Riders - Meteor
21, No Surrender - Corné
22, Transport Beauty - TEK/Phaserland

Coming up in October Synthetix.FM is proud to present the third annual Rhythm Vivisection Halloween Mixtape!!

I'm accepting of any track from the last 12 months that is from the darker ends of the synthwave spectrum. This could be Dark Synth, Slash Electro, Giallo Disco, Horror Soundtrack Synth, whatever takes you fancy, however it has to be an original work, no remixes or covers will be accepted. I won't be having a cut-off point, numbers wise, so whatever gets sent in that meets the criteria is going in. Tracks do not need to be exclusive or created solely for the mixtape, but it is encouraged create something in the Halloween Holiday spirit if you have the time and resources.

Submissions will close on Tuesday the 27th of October.

If you'd like to submit a track please email me or via the contact form onwww.Synthetix.FM (you can't attach files on the contact form though) with 'Halloween Mixtape' as the subject.

(Please don’t send me a an EP/Album/selection of tracks and ask me to decide, this is up to you)

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Sebastian Gampl's The Winner

By Rick Shithouse

I made absolutely no bones about Sebastian Gampl being my favourite new talent of 2014. His City Hunter record is still one of the genuine highlights of the 80s inspired synth scene and created such a lofty position for a debut record I wondered what would be next for him.

With all his previous training and experience in other musical genres I had always kept in the back of my mind that maybe City Hunter was a one-off and he'd move on to other styles. That may still happen in the future but it sure isn't close to happening yet with his totally kick arse new EP: Winner.

The Gampl sound is such a clean and authentic production and there's such a sublime polish given to every instrument on every track that you're instantly bathed in a glow of cyan and pink 80s reverence that is refined to the nth degree. It's impossible to isolate what makes the Gampl Experience so pure, as more than any other producer I can name the music sounds whole in its essence and performance.

The fullness of the synthscape and care given to every single sound is uncommon and the songwriting is right there in step with it to make the magic trick completely convincing. Opening with the title track the atmosphere of uncluttered and warmly nuanced sounds leads into a smooth vocal that matches the music 1000%. The strength of the song is in how relaxed and naturally flowing all the parts groove together; with pacing and emotion given equal importance. You just can't resist the energy of 'Winner', it's like musical silk you can drink that warms your soul.

Racing up the inside straight comes track two with its driving energy just rockin like a melonfarmer from the first nanosecond. Every beat is a quickening pulse that yearns and longs for that powerful 80s love. 'Without You' launches into hyperdrive and is the musical soundtrack to the ultimate uncontrollable spiral into love like a ten megaton G force crush. The effortless vocals of Tommy Reeve once again deliver velvet lined lyrical machine gun fire straight to the heart. The music is unbelievably tight yet again feels natural and full of wonder that is as enriching as it is exciting.

Track three brings in one of my favourite vocal talents in recent times as Miranda Carey brings her wonderful vocal talents into the Gampl universe. Landing somewhere between mid and late 80s pop and R&B Carey's voice hits all the the sweetest notes against a hugely dramatic synthscape. Possibly Gampl's most ambitious track musically, this suites that make up 'Save You' crossover some massive amounts of territory yet coalesce into one seamless work of nostalgic brilliance.

Making a reappearance from Gampl's City Hunter record on this release is 'Under Control', which is such a strong track (only second to 'One On One' in this devotees eyes/ears/heart) that is deserves to be revisited and celebrated. In the context of this four track release it does create a sense of completion to the EP's narrative and proves the perfect partner in crime to 'Save You'. It's just pure Gampl magic.

To say I loved this EP is a huge understatement and of course the best part is that this being a Rad Rush Records release it also purchaseable on glorious vinyl. Rad Rush Records are really doing a stellar job in giving the scene's most iconic producers the perfect venue to showcase their work. With Waveshaper, Dynatron, LA Dreams and now Sebastian Gampl in their back catalogue, who can guess who'll be next? Either way, this is such a great part of being in the 80s inspired synth scene in 2015 and I encourage everyone to support Rad Rush Records' efforts. Pick up a copy of Sebastian Gampl's phenomenal 'Winner' EP on their Bandcamp page here and get this record rockin like it should.

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Synthetix Sundays

Synthetix Sundays is back with another killer show this week on Radio Pure Gently! You just can't stop the hot rockin action as Marko interviews Mach Rider, Floydshavious, Dynatron and Phaserland and Matt Kwid from TEK!

Regular segments from Paul Dress2Kill Daly, Synthetix Spotlight with Dallas and Quality Time With Shithouse are all set to maximum entertainment levels as well!

Marko's got a bunch of free downloads to give away too, but you'll need to tune in LIVE for the details!

Tune in to Synthetix Sundays LIVE on Radio Pure Gently here, at the later time  this week of 12am Perth, Australia time. Please click here to find out when this is in your part of the world. As always the fully downloadable show will be posted here on Monday along with the featured tracks from Quality Time With Shithouse.

Quality Time With Shithouse Featured Tracks:

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Aeternus Dynatron

By James Mann

Sonic. Powerful. Mesmerizing. These are qualities any artist carving their path would strive to achieve. Unlocking the passage way to another audio dimension and in the process stunning anyone fortunate enough to listen is not particularly easy. In a world brimming with musicians and producers, discovering the best sounds can put you through quite the journey. You really have to keep listening until those discoveries are reached. Searching for that elusive path full of melodies, arrangements, and percussion commanding every sense and offering a such a refreshing take into the world of synthesizer based music, traversing through a range of moods and in the process genuinely creating a unique sound is no longer hidden.

Aeternus, the latest full length album from Dynatron is here. A truly incredible release, giving us the signature sound you may have been familiar and accustomed with his earlier work, but now returning with innumerable triumphant touches. This is next level, defining a new high and achievement in music making. The epic arrangement takes you into a beautiful world of melancholy melodies, offering a perfect and sensible balance of hope and progress. It really is a journey, one with careful and meticulous crafting, track placement, and production. There's such power, momentum, and thought behind each track, this is truly a stunning piece of work. Evoking strong imagery of space, exploration, and perseverance, Aeternus delivers some of the most gorgeous work to come from the Dynatron project. Without reservation a contender for release of the year.

'Hyperion Sunrise' emerges with a pulsing wall of sound, a strong blend of Dynatron sounds that set the scene perfectly for a beautiful and lengthy journey. An emotional progression builds, as we hear the warmth and fullness culminating in a sense of isolation and beauty. It's quite a hard balance to achieve, but the note placement and building blocks of the Dynatron sound allow you to feel both. A fitting opener, and sets the energy so nicely for the rest of Aeternus.

'Aeternus Theme' is a stunning track, immediately firing off a powerful blend of synth work indicative of Dynatron's finest. A slow, driving beat behind a blend of warm and almost Kyoto like synths yields to a pulsating arrangement. A thoughtful synth lead dots the landscape and evokes visions of space and a journey far away from home. The sensibilities and production value of Dynatron are incredible, almost effortless sounding and yet so rich and detailed. The crafting continues with a guitar adding to the orchestral arrangement. I can already tell this is in fact some of Dynatron's finest, and he's already on that new level.

'The Outer Rims of Traversed Space' is a cinematic masterpiece. An elegant blend of darkness and beauty combines for a memorable track that could situated in the background of a science fiction or action movie. There is a sophistication in the dynamics of Dynatron, builds and riffs that gain momentum to culminate in a track pulsing with emotion and care. I'm overcome with a sense of sadness and wonder, as this spacious and paced out work allows you to ride the waves of space and beyond. That elusive trail and astral audio dimension is here, and the results couldn't be more sublime.

'Towards the Island Universe' is another powerful arrangement, combining a driving darker melody, almost horror influenced with sweet, roomy synths making for a thoroughly enjoyable track. The percussion and toms are strong, and a sample emerges mid song which only adds to a dimension of space, evoking strong imagery of the lone astronaut with black void surrounding, and nothing but a radio transmission from light years away. The track regroups, and with some tasteful guitar work the room and speakers are filled with a wondrous and beauteous sound. That wall of Dynatron encapsulates me in emotion and thought. A particularly strong track, and one of my favorites on the album.

'Fluorescence of the Cepheids' delivers a carefully crafted intro full of darkness and wonder, building into a mesmerizing arrangement with a driving beat and superb synth touches. An orchestral choir of synths add to the blend, and arpeggiated lines scatter over the rich sound, creating a soundscape of mystery and uncertainty. Dynatron has an effortless way of tapering down rhythms and melodies, only to rejoin and build in such a creative and fascinating way. This allows you to keep undivided attention, as the master of all things synthesizer knows exactly how to approach arrangement. Executed flawlessly and one of the best on Aeternus.

'Out There' is a haunting arrangement, one that instantly sent chills up my spine. Dynatron taps into a deep feeling of sadness and beauty, using simple yet effective layering to tell a story of heartache and loss. These are the melodies that embody everything you need and want from an emotional piece. Unraveling layers of feelings through wonderful side chaining of synthesizers creates such a roomy, spacious feel. One of my favorites, I only wanted this arrangement to last longer. It really is a stunning piece.

'Descend' is a lush, detailed track creating visions of galaxies, space and time. The arpeggiated melodies and progressions are highly emotional, sending the listener into a place of amazement and fascination. Detailed crafting and synth choices fit for the perfect match and blend of instrumentation. The track breaks down just under two minutes and delivers some of the most beautiful work I've ever heard from Dynatron. Almost tear inducing, the melodies are so deep and personal it's hard to imagine an artist could tap into such feelings. Perhaps I am being too partial since I've been a fan for quite a while, yet I must say this is primo Dynatron and would sell any synth lover as a fan as well. The music that accompanies the most powerful moments in life with a soundtrack of this in the background. Without any doubt my favorite track on the album.

'Travelling the Wastelands' is an epic journey through the spacious and open sounds of Dynatron. Layered, rich work builds for a monumental synthscape reminding me of a peaceful and serene place. Wind textures and somber notes take me away for a ride that's other worldly, then again the machine known as Dynatron can't possibly be from ours. That signature beat reminiscent of 'Stars of the Night' kicks in and the Dynatron machine is speeding towards infinity. This monster of a track collapses into one of the sweetest mood evoking arrangements imaginable. I feel finally at peace, encompassed by elements of love and the unknown. The wonderful thing about his music is mastering your own interpretation of the sounds, which have an ability to put you into thoughtful and pensive moods, but conversely moods of elation and also sadness. Genius. Top track.

'Not of This World' is one of the darkest tracks on Aeternus, and blends almost a metal edge against a balanced synth based track. This particular song propels the listener into the darker side of Dynatron, as driving and unapologetic synth bass transport you to an ominous place, while a grungy guitar reinforces the mood. I really enjoy this one, as it demonstrates an ability for this artist to slip outside any notion of a "signature sound". Clever and deep, this is definitely a strong track.

'Escape' is a stunning track, certainly one of the strongest on the release and one I feel showcases the finest talents of the Dynatron machine. Beautiful melodies carry an incredible mood, one of positivity and happiness throughout the composition. Melodic synths dance over a rich backdrop of lushness and percussion for intuitive buildups that make this one of the most enjoyable works on Aeternus. The synth lead is almost angelic, I feel wonderful when hearing those notes. Perfect placement and an incredible arrangement. I can feel the love and craft behind this.

'Hypersonic' is a journey far away from home. Isolating melodies and feelings of remoteness cover this beautiful piece. It has the depth and layers that allow you to get completely lost in the sounds. Powerful and superbly produced drums and synth work combine for a tour de force in audio achievement. I could imagine leaving the universe and having this play, allowing for a sense of comfort and confidence…..not fear. There's is something to be said for melodies that allow you to face fear with out reservation, but only determination. Perhaps one of the only artists I have ever encountered in the scene who can compose such work. Although you may be alone in Hypersonic, you don't have to rely on anyone else but yourself. It's a beautiful thing. Top contender for best track and a strong second place.

'A Beacon From Home' is such a sweet return from Aeternus, marking the end of a long and powerful journey through space and time. A combination of eerie, analog like effects with triumphant brass oriented synths create a fitting and proper resolution. Powerful and strong, Dynatron manages to land you with care and consideration. Gorgeous and comforting, I couldn't imagine a more appropriate finale.

Aeternus is an album for the ages, and one of the most powerful and lasting albums I've heard in a long time. Rich, beautiful and deep, the textures and songs covered demonstrate a deep proficiency in sound from the genius known as Dynatron. He manages to steer you through a universe of love and sadness, facing uncertainty as the explorer at points and always delivering the confidence you need to pull through on his space journey of sound. I am blown away with the crafting and care he puts into the tracks, and creating a signature sound so unique he has almost created his own genre of cinematic space synth. He has a remarkable ability to deliver such sophistication in his music, that any synth lover would be well served to take a listen and elevate yourself and your tastes to the next level of music making with Aeternus.

The album is released through Aphasia Records and is available in the usual array of digitally downloadable formats on Bandcamp here. Aeternus is a Synthetix Reference Experience from beginning to end, setting a new benchmark for deeply engrossing and involving soundtrack oriented synth music that pays beautiful homage to vintage synth sounds while adding a polish and attitude that is wholly contemporary.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

TEK: Volume One

By Rick Shithouse

Trusting your instincts, with any kind of art, is something that always pays off. When I heard of the TEK project many months ago I felt an instant karmic epiphany. The forces of Phaserland, Pengus and Matt Kwid joining and creating music in a classic 80s library vein with their own personal visions weaved throughout was akin to all the planets aligning for a galaxy wide moment of pure clarity.

I often wonder what 80s inspirations drive producers, and what it is they are particularly inspired by, but this trio of producers had been supping from the everlasting cup of 80s Library sounds deeply and the TEK project always felt like it was coming from the right place. The perfect level of homage and innovation, and with the talents/gifts/skills of these combined producers I would expect nothing less.

The Japanese aesthetic that permeates through the album does the perfect job of tying together the three creative minds. It's not just Heather Hermann's rockin cover art that does it though. The classic 80s Library sounds of Japan, laced with jazzy moods the blended the technology of the age with cool moods and uplifting, positive atmospheres.

Pengus opens up Volume One with a cool ride by bullet train 'First Class To Tokyo'. The first thing you will probably drink in is the timing structures that lend themselves far more to jazz than anything usually deemed Synthwave. The energy is bright, bouncy and bursting with radiance. The groove of the bassline snakes between the free fall percussion with synths drawing you into this fantastic new world of high contrast and vividly saturated colours.

The Asiatic motif that accompanies many of the melodies on Volume One is another one of those aspects that sits skilfully and delicately amid the synthscapes. It never feels forced or twee but instead comes across as soulful and deep. The second track, 'Let's Meet Up' adds the Eastern flavours in delicate nuance that resonates from the bright verses, into the soaring leads and beyond. The choices made with the instruments used on this album is another very identifying feature that keeps things in the correct aesthetic so convincingly. Acoustic, live drums and a spatial nature given to the production gives room for the leads to exist in freedom and verve.

The airily light magic of 'Obsessing Much' invites you into cool night breezes on a Tokyo high rise, above the humidity of the city while the melodies dance in staccato frames, holding poses ever so briefly before moving in another direction. The quirky structures are endearing and give interesting, new textures to experience; refreshing combinations of flavours that you'd never think would work together combine into something spectacular.

The grooves of gorgeously engineered FM bass light up the scene for 'Sideways' as Phaserland embraces the warmth and magic of classic Japanese sounds with equal nods to Library and arcade game music of the late 80s. The tones are warm and the details are full of tiny little bright spots of cutely drawn imagery. Directions change regularly during the record, to always keep you entertained and the guitar driven 'Strolling Around' gives a melodic reward that is absolutely entrancing. The vibe is geared to joyful strains of guitars and synths rockin as one as lead after sumptuous lead guides you by the hand into fantastic new worlds.

Easily, the optimism of the music in general is what gives the entire record such a strong presence. The bouncy brilliance of 'Aijou Jazz' rides the crest of a funky bassline and keys that sparkle in smooth waves of clear blue energy.  The optimism of the 80s, the thought of being on the verge of great things, that possibilities are endless and dreams can be reality is a massively dominant thematic in much 80s music, especially Library sounds. That feeling of things being new, fresh and being able to change our lives is something TEK really channel in their pieces. In 'Fast Runnin'' the air of sophisticated cool and technology synonymous with fashion meld together in a story that is equally effortless as it is exhilarating.

Making slight departures in the sounds to fill in other parts of the story adds a delightful element of contrast to the album, as Matt Kwid's 'Bon Voyage' illustrates a soulful naivete through the melodies with a tropical, smouldering guitar dancing in beautiful time with bongos and congos. Another fantastic aspect that rocks hard through Volume One is the dual melodies that complement each other in the most intriguing ways. On 'Jackpot' the Synth Romance styled lead melody becomes thrust into an entirely new aesthetic that courses with vibrant energy and punchy percussion. The combination is riveting, and creates a wholly energising mood.

Smooth moods return with 'Seaside Again' and the feeling of cruising the seaside via slow motion shots of Japanese sports cars becomes the transport mode of choice. It's possibly just my own memories, but so much jazz oriented Library music summons visions of Pioneer and Hitachi demo discs that came out with the advent of LaserDisc players. Well into the 90s, this style music was always the most prominent and 'Seaside Again' gives me those visions of crystal clear high end sports cars in tropical settings. Easing the mood to even cooler climes 'High Contrast' comes into view with a definite view to supple night time encounters. The black satin against white skin creating an enticing contrast of colours and sounds as the guitars exude a sensuality of passionate yearning and delicate touch.

'Transport Beauty' brings together guitars and synths again this time with a edge of the new built into the melodies. Fresh and sharp, the music slices with precision and deft touch but not mechanised to a point of sterility, instead it harness and releases with natural and verdant flow. The final piece on the record ties up the experience exceptionally well as 'Shiny Morning' finishes the previous night's adventures and starts afresh with the new day. The lights streams in and the optimistic promise of what awaits us brings a smile to our face. The warmth is real and the music creates it just as much as the sun.

In Volume One all three producers have shared their creativity an collaborated together in a way that is absolutely outstanding. I've been harping on for years now about how collaborative works always bring out the best in producers and TEK have reinforced this theory billion-fold. The album is not only cohesive but individual nuances of all three producers are evident and celebrated throughout the tracks. Put simply, TEK's Volume One gets everything right. From the instruments to the arrangements to the themes and stories explored. It's fresh and enthusiastic and bursting with 80s love and positivity.

Telefuture Records presents TEK's Volume One on their Bandcamp page here in the usual array of digitally downloadable formats and also limited edition CD and cassette. This album has delivered everything it promised; and then some. It's a stand out release in the 80s inspired synth scene in 2015 and is the definition of a Synthetix Reference Experience.

Saturday, September 19, 2015

September's Edition Of Soiree 80s

Join Rick Shithouse, Jazzi Marzcat, Marko Maric, DJ Spaz and Micky Dodds for our seventh Soiree 80's broadcast, this Saturday, September 19th, 2015 from 9pm UK time, playing the BEST in 80's music! Tune into the show LIVE on here, and get more rockin RPG goodness on their site here.

And if you missed it live, you can listen to the replay now!