Aloha, I release and perform music using 1980’s computers (and other things) usually somewhere between pop-ambient and acid-funk-hardcore. I also do art and research about old (new) media and its aesthetics, politics and cultures.
I'm playing a show together with Lazer Zebras (hey, brand new album!) for this party/exhibition and release party for Digi-Kuti #57, a comics/zine which I believe will contain some PETSCII and Teletext and stuff. Tommi Musturi is partly behind this, so I think we're...
This is a streamed event from Las Vegas and I'm playing together with Ray Manta and Jellica (my fellow Hack n' Trade dudes) as well as Beat Ratio and Gajtron. It's 29 August and I'll play in the early evening (European time). There will also be talks and stuff - check...
Okay, two shows in Netherlands coming up soon! 1 February: Eindbaas at EKKO in Utrecht along with Boa Constructor, 4ntler, Megathrive and IXIIXI. 30 January: Byte Me in Pier 15 Skatepark in Breda together with RoccoW, Monodeer, Wisefire, 4ntler, DJ Nomad, VJ...
Today there's Allhelgonafest at Truckstop Alaska with me (and Cuadrigula on visuals), The Toilet & Ljudit Andersson, Bruce Leenus and Venguns playing. The theme of the evening is TECHNICAL ERROR so you can expect lots of lovely errorism all around. Remember to...
I'm doing a talk about chipmusic, demoscene and robots at Ljudmila in Ljubljana, 26 September. I'll show my works as well and do a full improvised live set together with the robot for the first time. More info (and facebök).
Bitte Acht Bits in Strasbourg, 21 September with Otto von Rhino, General Cochonnou, Crash Server and me.
A while back, on 808-day, I released 808642 and now the tape version is out! It includes a new song as well as remixes by Mesak, Dubmood and Abe Sangin. Just like 80864 it uses primarily TR-808 and Commodore 64, but also other things. A lot of the songs are based on jams, and the last song is actually a 15 minute jam that I didn’t have time to finish properly, but I included it anyway.
Pst – if you already bought the digital release and didn’t get an email with a discount code for the tape version, get in touch.
Last weekend I competed with two songs at the Syntax demoparty in Australia. My 90s rave song To The Rave From The Man Cave came last in the wild compo (!?) and the sloppy funk Donkey Dont Care did a little better in the 28 second compo.
Competing with an MP3 rave track in the wrong compo is a first for me. What’s also first, is me understanding the concept of time zones and not handing in contributions 24 hours too late. All in all, a great success.
defMON is the C64-software that I’ve been using for the last 15 years or so. My computer compadre Mad Frantic made it, and I’ve helped him out with a few suggestions and ideas over the years.
The newest version includes some new sync features, like synchronizing two defMONs by connecting two C64s to the same disk drive (or just straight into the other). You can now also nudge the tempo, back or forth, to stay in sync with your local brass band. So yeah, good times they are a coming!
We are also closer than ever to actually making some video tutorials to defMON so perhaps the number of defMON-users will rise to a two digit number in the future..