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Maciek Fitzner

  1. Electronic
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  1. Cyberdemon
    by Darkstronaut
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    It's huge and scary. It's unstoppable and unrelenting. It's loud and brutal. It's demonic & electronic. You can run, you can hide, but it's all for nothing. It will get to you and it will make you tremble with fear and awe. Give up right now and let yourself be devoured whole... by CYBERDEMON!
    appears in 1 other collection
  2. Birds Fall From The Sky
    by SΔCRED ΔPE
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    It's darkly melancholic, with a distinct undercurrent of paranoid tension, and yet so eerily uplifting, as if the darkness offered hope and warmth, home and refuge. It'd be the perfect ending credits song to a David Lynch movie.
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  3. The Black Box
    by aivi & surasshu
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    Distance (Bicycle Trip) Distance (Bicycle Trip)
    This album is my new happy place! It feels like a warm, sunny spring day and I'm a 16x16 sprite character, riding merily through a country road, birds singing and wind blowing in my digital hair. Or sitting by the fire with my pixelated girl and watching the stars. It's its own little world of beautiful colors and serene landscapes, like a virtual reality experience conveyed through sounds. Pure chiptune bliss!
  4. Sandwaves (EP)
    by Jon Ball
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    The Street Avenger (Ft Bio-Puppet) The Street Avenger (Ft Bio-Puppet)
    This is the sunnier side of Cobweb Recordings - surprisingly mellow compared to the apocalyptic grandeur of Goremall. It's just you and your car, the road ahead of you clear as the sky above you.
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  5. DESYNC (Original Soundtrack, Vol.2)
    by Volkor X
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    The Duel The Duel
    The alien invader is back, with new, improved missiles of mass distortion, two classic weapons -- one of them tweaked for even more lethality -- and one that is a fruit of collaboration with another heavy artillery manufacturer. Dance or die! Respawn. Repeat.
  6. Guns N' Rituals
    by Goremall
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    Blood Moon Blood Moon
    One of the gloomiest synthwave records I've heard -- but not of the demonic occult ilk. No, this is the kind of darkness that I haven't heard since The Prodigy's Jilted Gereration LP or the early Rammstein: it's unsettling and seductive at the same time. You find yourself sinking deeper and deeper into this musical epic of impending doom perpetrated by the most vicious creature of all: human. Apocalypse is marvelous & at times even subtly beautiful as the world goes down to the tune of a piano.
  7. Astro Blaster EP
    by DreamReaper
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    Astro Blaster Astro Blaster
    A record that you won't be able to listen to sitting down. Those juicy basslines and screechy riffs will make you get up and dance, dance, dance. Lock & pop until you drop. It's just irresistible and unstoppable. It doesn't let up till the end. On the contrary: towards the end the tracks tend to spin out of control.
  8. Passion On Tape (Single)
    by VHS Glitch
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    Passion On Tape (VHS Version) Passion On Tape (VHS Version)
    Who knew? The dystopian cyborgist has a soft side, too! Oh, there are moments of beauty and contemplation on those dark epics -- but this is a whole new level. Though if you've seen "Electric Dreams" you know AI is quite adept at romance ;) Important: listen to the VHS version for maximum pleasure!
  9. The Uncanny Valley
    by PERTURBATOR
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    Disco Inferno Disco Inferno
    Perturbator was my entry drug to synthwave (via Hotline Miami) - but one I could only handle in small doses: one song at a time. Until now! Uncanny Valley is the distillate of everything I love about James' music: it's jazzy, it's angry, it's sexy and beautiful - and it expands upon the established style, cleverly breaking up melodic lines with sudden twists (in Neo Tokyo & Disco Inferno especially) and exploring new grounds. Guest singers shine and Ariel's cover art is his most intricate yet.
  10. Sigils
    by Vulta
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    Robotica Satanica (ft. Hollywood Burns) Robotica Satanica (ft. Hollywood Burns)
    Vulta continues along the dark path, this time bringing something that on the surface sounds more like a follow-up to to the demonic, monastic grandeur of Off-Seasons 2. but does have that untamable, madness of Nabla I, too, with its cascading avalanches of sound. It's a crazy ride to robot hell, and Vulta is the chainsaw-wielding Hades at its throne. Fear him and his dark minions. Hear them roar - and shiver in fear and ecstasy.
  11. Nerostar
    by Witchchord
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    The Science Doesn't Check Out The Science Doesn't Check Out
    An eerie trip through lonely, dark places. Desert roads, shady science labs, dusty movie setpieces. On your journey you'll meet a cast of misfits and loners much like yourself. Except weirder. And dangerous. A creepy van driver. A nutty modern Frankenstein. And aliens. It's a crazy musical ride through 60's/70's B-movie tropes -- with dark, haunting guitars, rapid-fire drums, and surreal electronic moog landscapes. It often feels as if Tool travelled thirty years back.
  12. Critter Skitter (Elevn remix)
    by Elevn
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    A fresh new take on a classic - done in Elevn's unique, hard-rocking style. The original was enough to give me chills - and the movie scarred the 10 year old me for life - but this remix adds even more dark energy to it. Bloody good!
  13. Hungarian Synthwave Allstars - vol.2
    by Hungarian Synthwave Allstars
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    Highway Violence Highway Violence
    What we have here is pure-blood Hun army - armed with synths! And guitars! Oh, the guitars! It's a massive attack - helmed by such familiar names as Neon Droid and Quixotic (who I didn't even know were Hungarian) and Lazerpunk, But the rest of the horde isn't any less fierce -- hard-hitting synthrockers, groovy dreamwavers and darksynthers. Tons of fun all the way for everyone who, like myself, grew up to the tune of electronica of crazy guitar solos.
  14. Tune Crashers - MINSK 81 Album
    by Tune Crashers
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    Tune Crashers - The way home Tune Crashers - The way home
    Fasten your seatbelts because this album is going to take you away! Listening to it feels like flying. In Angle of Attack you're a jetfighter pilot in Top Gun. In Mr. Kaven - you fly a small plane low over the sun-lit Miami Beach waves, and in Long Journey you're the cop in a chopper chasing that aircraft (and not for speeding). With its synths and guitars, this is the essence of the 80's: a sunny, playful mix of high energy and blissfull chillout. Even the darksynthy They is tongue-in-cheek
  15. Dawn Chasers
    by Monomer
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    It's Halloween. It's the forces of night versus the forces of light. Scary synths, creeping and growling in the dark, versus the righteous chiptunes, holding their ground on the verge of dawn. Monomer is the Hale-Bopp comet of electronica -- but when he pops up, he always delivers!
  16. Way Past Your Bedtime
    by unitrΔ_Δudio
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    Next to You Next to You
  17. NIGHTCRAWLER
    by LAZERPUNK!
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    Nightcrawler Nightcrawler
    The Biker meets Duke Nukem meets The Lawnmower Man! ON THE M|O|O|N! This album feels like the perfect alternative soundtrack to the Hotline Miami games - THE franchise that introduced me to synthwave. It's got every bit of that energy and gravity, melancholy and insanity - and more! It's part 80's, part dark 90's techno, part chiptune, with a heavy arcade game feel -- all things I grew up with and still love.
  18. Escape the Matter
    by Elevn
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    A song that has me lost for words. When I listen to it, I'm not looking for a story in there. I can't even say what it makes me think of. All I know is it makes me giddy from the very start, and I just wanna get up and bust a move. To shake it and kick it, and spin around, faster and faster, until I... Escape The Matter!
  19. John Carpenter's The Fog (Elevn remix)
    by Elevn
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    A tribute to The Master -- one of the giants on whose shoulders synthwave musiciants stand today. And Elevn are clearly growing to be the giants of this new retro era. They pay great tribute to the classic and infuse it with their own, unique flair and their trademark heaviness.
  20. Burn Alexandria Burn
    by Elevn
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    This is what'd happen if you locked up Angelo Badalamenti and KoRn together on a farm. WITH ZOMBIES! Oh, it'd be beautifully serene at first -- but would very quickly turn into a regular shootout. And then the undead would come in, roaring and grunting! Three sides would clash in an epic battle: the beat against the synths against the guitars. They'd take turns at each other, wrestling and hitting and wailing. Even on their last legs they'd still keep throwing punches and grunting threateningly!
  21. Demoniac (Album)
    by VHS Glitch
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    Demoniac Theme Demoniac Theme
    This is a classic gothic horror story conveyed through music. It's as majestic as that old haunted house on the hill and as wild and disturbing as nightmares in the wee hours. Haunting like a ghosts and memories, and bone-chilling like a demon. Evils lurk in the shadow, tapping their feet impatiently to the beat of the clock, waiting for the midnight to come. Listen in on the subtle cracks and scratches. That's a poltergeist possessing an old gramophone, imprinting itself on the vinyl!
  22. You Are The Blood
    by Castanets
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    This song is the omega. The perfect culmination of a story -- as the distorted, heavy shred dissolves into a seemingly mellow and subcutaneously haunting tune. A comforting, ironic acknowledgement of fate, Calm acceptance of the ensuing chaos. A beautiful blastwave that'll make you feel weightless while airborne towards your doom.
  23. In the Autumn
    by Frequencies
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    This song feels like a warm coat on a cold November day. As you walk through the streets, you feel alone in the crowd of people rushing past, all lost in thought, eyes fixed on their own feet, and your only comford against the chill and the loneliness is the voice. Its warmth will keep you going.
  24. She Comes
    by Wojciech Golczewski
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    This is the kind of story E.A. Poe would've written, were he a musician, not a writer. From the beat of the tell-tale heart to the ghostly lady visiting late at night, this is the classic horror story. It's eerie, not gory. Oddly soothing.as you settle in -- but slowly descending into madness. Is that a scream or am I just imagining it?
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  25. Until I Have You Official Soundtrack
    by James Spanos
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    #12 Not Enough #12 Not Enough
    The perfect soundtrack to the most infuriatingly awesome and awesomely infuriating game this year, for sure. The beat is what keeps you going, helps you pace yourself, and keeps your spirits up while you die over and over again. It'll make you impervious -- numb, even -- to getting burnt or getting eaten a thousand times. And then, at the end, when all of it is over, one song will wash all the pain and anger away, and what was once too mich will feel like Not Enough. If so, just hit Restart!
  26. First Contact EP
    by Hollywood Burns
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    Black Saucers Black Saucers
    The First Contact was nothing like we expected. It was a brutal onslaught that no movie director or crazy cultists could've dreamt up. The six vessels of destruction are completely unpredictable: They dash forth and swerve like crazy, defying everything we know about physics and acoustics - for they, unlike the Martians, are not afraid of music. Worse still, they know how to use it against us. They lace their sonic blasts with subliminal funkiness or pulsating oriental rhytms. So dance or die!
  27. Platforms
    by Wolf and Raven
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    Entering Tlalocan Entering Tlalocan
    The wolf and raven take you on a journey - away from the city, into the wilderness. Follow them through the Amazon jungle. Hunt for wild boars. Visit ancient ruins. Climb holy mountains and meet eerie metallic deities. Or are they aliens from far away, who've been watching these enchanted realms for millennia, helping, infusing the land with their strange technology, driving the evolution of mankind. Or are they just playing games?
  28. Tribute to OutRun
    by Wolf and Raven
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    Splashwave Splashwave
    A fast, red car and blonde riding shotgun. Is there a more iconic 80's symbol? Yes. An arcade machine with a game about a blonde riding shotgun in a fast, red car. Next to you - the gamer! No less iconic is the music. Wolf and Raven's rendition of the four classic tracks preserves that sunny chiptune charm while lending them a much cleaner, crisper sound. So right now all I need is a VR version of Outrun, so I can blast this music on my virtual car stereo, 21st century futuretro style!
  29. Universe
    by Bart Graft
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    Fields of Bezhin Fields of Bezhin
    You're at a beach. It's early, and it's just you & the sea & and it stretches out before you lazily. But then people start flocking & the ocean wakes up, wild and playful. You find yourself in the middle of a noisy crowd - surfer dudes, bikini chicks & ice cream vendors. A little overwhelming at first, the atmosphere draws you in, and before you know it, you're knee-deep in the water, climbing the surfboard. Soon, you lose yourself in the vastness. A drop in the ocean - one with the universe.
  30. Human X Machine
    by LeveL -1
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    Die Auferstehung des Technomancers Die Auferstehung des Technomancers
    We're back to the megalopolis. It's changed since the Apocalypse. It seems familiar at first, but it's now over-run by robots. Full-metal androids. Cyborgs - part man, part machine. Robocops and robocrooks. Deep underground two scientists bring pieces of metal to life. They speak this weird language that nobody understands. Not even the locals. It's not English and not Japanese. So no one knows they're secretly working on... resurecting the Technomancer! Does this mean a second Apocalypse?
  31. Downfall (Tribute)
    by BandyPanties
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    A good ol' angry punk love song paying homage to an equally retro horror adventure game -- two aesthetics I grew up with. A truly sentimental trip down the dark corridor of memory, with riffs sharp like an axe, and bloody good narrative.
  32. The Gaming Rise And Fall
    by BandyPanties
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    A punk rock protest song about... the gaming industry today? Can it get any more awesome? The song might tongue-in-cheek, but the lyrics are surprisingly poignant, taking jabs at the corporations mass-producing mediocrity. The music and vocals are top notch, reminiscent of Green Day's style.
  33. Just Wanna' Hump
    by BandyPanties
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    A twisted take on Five Night At Freddy's - a game about animatronic animals gone haywire - told through a jolly, uptempo ska song. With its clever rhymes, and low-brow humor, this song just KILLS!
  34. Snake & Dragon 2
    by The TCR
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    Speed Of Sound Speed Of Sound
    This album feels like letting very different friends to each take you to their favorite club. There's the crazy disco girl, the quiet nerd that you never suspected ever goes out to party, and the veteran rocker. They'll take turns in entertaining you all weekend long, at the end of which you'll barely know what's going on anymore but it'll feel warm and fuzzy: the melody chirping, echoing somewhere in the distance, and the bassline and the beat pounding as you drift away. And then comes The End.
  35. Covenant
    by Electric Dragon
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    Dark City Dark City
    Be afraid! Be very, very afraid... Halloween's come earlier this year - and it's scarier than ever. Witches, lycanthropes, demons and devil - whole legions of them! Dragons spouting thunders! And GosTs! One alien overlord, even. The ground shakes, the trees shiver, and the skies thunder as they all walk, creep, fly, hover and robot-dance through the dark city. It's like Medieighties times almost! So you either run or you DANCE! Cause this is THRILLER NIGHT!
  36. Revenge of Sunset - 2016 (EP)
    by The Neon Droid
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    In Synth We Wave In Synth We Wave
    As the sun goes down, the neons light up - and synths come out to play. And boy, do they hit hard! Revenge of the Sunsets comes in like a high tide that doesn't let up till the end. Like a pack of goons in a back alley, If they ever slow down on the beating, it's so that their leader can tell you how thins work around here - in his cold, emotionless, robotic voice that does not like defiance. Everybody round here dances the way he tells them. And U2 do the electric boogaloo, MOFO! *wink-wink*
  37. MORAL DECAY (Album)
    by VHS Glitch
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    Bloody Fists & Gunshells Bloody Fists & Gunshells
    Beyond the undead Wasteland, and far from the scorched earth of war-torn realms, there is civilization. There are cities of brick, steel and glass - standing strong. But evil lurks in the neon-soaked streets, and the sewers below - and the abyss below that you had no idea existed, inhabited by things barely human. But the decay extends downwards and upwards alike, and the execs on the top floor of the highest highrise are no more human than they. So stay on street level and keep your ears open.
  38. Evil Technology (Album)
    by VHS Glitch
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    Insert Coin Insert Coin
    I was afraid of going back to the wasteland. Kept away. But one day I saw it bathed in eerie salmon pink light and purple shadows. I ventured in. Yup, still a scary, dangerous place - perhaps even more so than I remembered. But there are many hidden treasures. A fully functional NES (though the CRT screen is dead and the gamepads are missing). A robot mumbling something as all his systems fail and slowly shut down. You sit there till the end, forgetting about the danger - crying for an android.
  39. Off Season Tracks 1
    by Vulta
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    Celestials Celestials
    There's a distinct aerial feel to the music. It's like you're a jet pilot. Sometimes you're just having fun and marvelling at the views, sometimes you're toying with gravity and load factor, nosediving and doing barrel rolls just for the kicks. But then you go into battle and that's when it gets really fierce -- outnumbered and outgunned, you pierce through the layers of atmosphere at Mach 3, blood pumping and head exploding, all in the hope of losing the enemy on the brink of outer space.
  40. Renegades
    by Wolf and Raven
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    On the Run On the Run
    Listening to the album feels like a driving a bike by night. It's past midnight and it's just you, the street and the city lights. No traffic. A clear road ahead. It's just pure bliss to be able ride at full speed and take crazy turns -- but it's even more mesmerizing to slow down and, lazily zigzaging between lanes, watch the sleeping world around you. The magical world where the synthetic and the electric come together.
  41. 260. VANDAL MOON - Teenage daydream conspiracy
    by Werkstatt Recordings
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    today you are a child today you are a child
    It's not a simple modern Cure for the 80's cold wave nostalgia. No, this pharmaceutical is more wicked. It's the red pill and the blue pill in one. A purple pill. It makes the world seem darker at first (and might make you cry, even, or cause your heart to flutter) but then you start seeing colors you never knew before. And hearing ghosts! Suddenly, I am a child again and I feel just like I did on the day that I got Dresden Dolls to play with.
  42. Wavepunk
    by The TCR
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    You Get Me High (Feat. Oceanside 85) You Get Me High (Feat. Oceanside 85)
    The night wears on at the club. Most folks go home, but the music keeps playing, and the electric blue and ultraviolet lights pulsate to the lazy, heavy beat. A lone dancer swings shyly and awkwardly on the dancefloor. The singer takes the stage and totally rocks out to a calm waltzy tune. A guitarist snoozing in the corner wakes up, strums a few chords and dozes off again. Listening to the album is an eerie, hypnotic experience: chilling and yet soothing. It's late & you're drowsy - but happy!
  43. VR Apocalypse
    by LeveL -1
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    Metal Synthesis Metal Synthesis
    Each installment of the VR trilogy tackles a different aspect of the dystopian future. Apocalypse is a tale of the city. A crowded, steamy oriental megalopolis. A supermodern city where disputes are solved the old way: with kicks and punches. A dark labyrinth of future technology -- fusion of flesh and metal -- haunted by ancient demons, The metaphorical and literal end of the world. It's not that the city is the stage of the armagedoon. The city IS the apocalypse.
  44. Quite Operational
    by Monomer
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    Better Living Through Dysgenics Better Living Through Dysgenics
    A tale of transhumanism - the only logical union of body and machine, and beyond - told through the fusion of two classic langurages of electronic music: synths and chiptunes. Pounding beats, ethereal, lyricsal ambients, whimsical melodies, some intriguing track titles -- and a lo-fi sampled evil laughter. What more can you ask for? If your human body is hungry for more, though, also pick up Labyrinth, Monomer's next album.
  45. Tune Crashers - New love EP
    by Tune Crashers
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    There's something immediately likeable about this track and it only gets better as it unravels. It's fun, upbeat, bouncy and groovy. It's just sexy in all the ways you want from a synth tune. Definitely looking forward to hearing more from this artist. Give it a listen and it might be your... NEW LOVE!