International Synthpop Magazine

Welcome to the magazine section of Electrozombies. This page gives you an overview of all contents contained in the Webzine section. These include the categories Bulletin, Articles, Interviews, Best of and Video Vault. Here we report from our favourite genres: Synthiepop, Industrial Pop, Dark Pop, Electro Pop, Dark Wave, Future Pop, Synthwave and many more.


Here we report about the latest upcoming releases, music updates, campaigns, raffles and specials of the Synth Pop and genre related scene.

Unique Electrozombies content about electronic music.

Synth Pop Newcomer 2021
Discover the newcomers of 2021 from the genres Synth Pop, Electro Pop, Dark Pop, Dark Wave and similar, who don't belong to the usual suspects. Read More
Dark Pop - Ultra sexy gothic vibes or superficial scene flirting
What is Dark Pop? Read the definition of this subgenre here. Additionally we put together a fine selection of 16 Dark Pop music videos. Read More

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Just learn more about your favorite artist instead of just the usual promo questions.

An interview with Empathy Test
Empathy Test talk about how a spontaneous jam session led to the making-of an album, which artists inspired them and how the lockdown has influenced their work as a band. Read More

Everything about technology, tutorials or personal stories of artists and bands. Additionally documentaries about genre related stuff.

OMD - Live From Your Sofa
Watch the full concert of the 'Souvenir Greatest Hits Tour.' by 'OMD'. The footage is taken from the Hammersmith Apollo in November 2019. Read More
We call it Techno!
'We cal it Techno!' tells the story of a tempestuous phase in music history, the first time that pop culture was created significantly in Germany. Read More