Synthwave (1980s genre)
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List of artists
- SPEX music magazine, page 57, issue 6, 1986
- E.B. music magazine, page 7, issue 10, 1987
- SPEX music magazine, page 5, issue 7/8, 1981
- The Sound Engineering Magazine, page 28, 1984
- Ira A. Robbins / Greg Fasolino: The Trouser Press Record Guide, page 230, Collier Books 1991, ISBN 978-0020363613 Search this book on .
"When Fahrenheit 451 crumbled in '87, Maroulis joined up with Rae and Young, added a guitarist and proceeded as Executive Slacks, evolving into a strangely compelling merger of hard rock and techno-wave."
- Sven Freuen / Ulrich Hinz: Biography of Depeche Mode, Zillo music magazine, issue 9/90, page 11, September 1990
- Sven Freuen / Ulrich Hinz: Interview with the Canadian band Psyche, Zillo music magazine, issue 12/91, page 24, Dezember 1991
- Sven Freuen: Interview with Invisible Limits, Zillo music magazine, issue 12/91, page 34, Dezember 1991
- Armin Johnert: Metronic – Mystic Moods, New Life sound magazine, issue 1/92, page 4, June 1992
- Vertigo music magazine: Review of „Jahwe Koresh“ The Eternal Afflict, issue 6, page 47, Winter 1993
- Sven Freuen: Review of „Killing Desire“ by Second Decay, New Life sound magazine, issue 46, December 1989, page 11
- Side Line Musikmagazin: Drown for Resurrection – Another Failed Legend?, issue 9, page 27, July 1993
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