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So recently stumbled upon an artist Flashworx - Futurisma youtube video and instantly fell in love with it. it's just so badass.

Does anyone you know any similar songs? :).
 

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Lazerhawk, FM Attack, Robert Parker, The Midnight, FM-84, Timecop1983, VHS Dreams, Mega Drive, Carpenter Brut, Perturbator, Power Glove, Grum, Electric Youth, Tesla Boy

Many of these artists are heavier or lighter than Flashworx, but definitely check these out. You might also like Cityman 900 'cause that act has a retro video game vibe like Flashworx.

https://open.spotify.com/album/3gOnb5gNRa2ufMgLAUbfHH?si=Qb7cK3uNQXOOiN0dLuonBQ
 
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