Ride the laser highway on the Retro Electro Show today featuring an interview with Aussie retro revivalist, Jordan F! Come cruise with us from 2PM AEST every Wednesday as we play the hottest retro electro, italo, synthwave and outrun releases.

Artist bio

Jordan F is a producer from Sydney, Australia who makes 80’s electronic music with a modern fidelity. Starting out at the beginning of the second wave of dreamwave artists (the scene that had just come off MySpace) he was picked up by Rosso Corsa Records (home to Mitch Murder, Lazerhawk and Miami Nights 1984).

After flexing his musical muscles on numerous remixes and an EP, his debut album ‘Slipstream’ was finally released in 2014. This was followed up in quick succession with the release of his sophomore album ‘Timelines’ in 2016. Both releases strengthened Jordan’s reputation as a producer with a knack for retro flair without the constructions of genre.

2017 saw his music featured in the Netflix psychological thriller ‘Death Note’, while also releasing a collaboration EP with Sydney duo Vast Hill. In the wake of 2018 he released his third full length album ‘Oblivion’ – an adventure into spacey, ominous sounds and Lovecraftian horror.

His commitment to the long form, where a pallet of sounds, styles and textures are explored to their fullest extent, has made for some of the most enjoyable synth LPs of recent years.

Strap yourselves in from 2PM AEST Wednesday 11 July 2018 and follow our show at –

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ZEROTONINE is the host, resident DJ and runs Australia’s first and only monthly club night dedicated to synthwave, outrun, electro, italo-disco, and more from the retro future: Laser Highway in Melbourne. As a labour of love, he is dedicated to providing a unique experience for music makers and fans alike. A veteran DJ for over a decade playing too many genres internationally and at home in Australia, he is in love with arpeggiated basslines, warm synths, and driving drums; his style is inspired by 80’s movies, the Lamborghini Countach, boss fights, neon vectors, keytars, androids, reverb guitars, cosmic phenomena, bleeps and bloops. Expect a range of sonic styles to get your feet stomping and head rocking from all corners of the retro-verse.

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