Kylver make instrumental progressive rock, sometimes with a pounding beat and strong energy, sometimes meandering, dreamlike, lulling with a foreboding atmosphere. Two albums so far:
Contact make a dreamlike, floating sort of electronic music with 70s progressive rock and soul elements. They mix synths and real instruments like drums or electric guitars. There is a bit of 80s horror/sci-fi movie soundtrack atmosphere as well.
ZAYK are five ladies from Zürich who make psychedelic rock. Check them out on Bandcamp.
A few decades ago this author visited Morocco and came back with two tapes of a band that should become one of his favored ever since: Nass El Ghiwane (linking the french page – it contains the most info).
Established in 1970 and playing in ever changing formations they still seem to be going strong.
Lovely psychedelic rock. Thanks, El V., for the hint:
100% synthetic song with sound samples:
Read the upload comments for that song on youtube for some additional pleasure while listening to the song.
A new discovery in the retrosynth scene, Unitra:
A trio of oud players, they invite you on a very atmospheric mental journey. Thanks, M.K., for the hint.
This latest retrowave album by d.notive shows shows some musical evolution without revolution. Nevertheless a very pleasant soundscape without too much ducking, something I always approve of.
A master of 80s-style synth and horror film score-type music. Makes you feel young again. If that’s the decade you grew up in, that is.