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Whether he’s categorised as Synthwave or synthpop, Glaswegian singer / songwriter MICHAEL OAKLEY is one of the best new talents of have emerged within electronic pop in 2017. Oakley’s EP ‘California’ is one of the strongest debut releases of the year, featuring a sextet of “Melancholic postcards from my heart wrapped up in synthesisers and drum machines”.
MICHAEL OAKLEY kindly about his new life in Canada, growing up in Scotland and the emergence of Synthwave... Continue Reading ›
Michael Oakley is a talented Glaswegian who describes his music as “Melancholic postcards from my heart wrapped up in synthesizers and drum machines”.
His debut EP ‘California’ rides on the current craze for synthwave, which emerged following the cult acclaim for the neon-noir thriller ‘Drive’ in 2011 and its soundtrack. Since then, TV series like ‘Stranger Things’ and their stark backdrop of vintage electronics have maintained the synthwave propagation. Continue Reading ›