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Lecture in Frankfurt

I’m doing a presentation called HOW 8-BIT MACHINES CHANGED ELECTRONIC MUSIC at Robert Johnson Theorie in Frankfurt, on 20 October (not 13 as it said before). I will do some critical history on computer music and trackers, as well as the cultures around music/scene/cracking. Basically, I will prove that trackers are the best. =) And will also play some tunes, oh yup.

PET.CORP will also join and talk about their new mega tool for PETSCII visuals!

Made on Internet Now on the Internet

All rrright, after Commodore Grooves (2005), here comes Made on Internet (2006) to ze Bandcamp, released by Pingipung. There’s quite a few catchy things on this. And if you like that kind of “happy breakcore” stuff I made back then, you’ll be happy to know that I’m doing some new material in this style right now for this gig this weekend.

Btw1: the cover art was made by Ekta, who’s doing some pretty angsty street paintings these days.

Btw2: reading the original post about this album there were apparently a few good reviews of this album way back then. Wowz!

Commodore Grooves now on Bandcamp

My first album from 2005 is now on Bandcamp for download and as mint condition digipak CDs from the the original pressing. The CD also contains a data track with videos, images, text and 80 minutes of additional music. The white stickers have however been excluded due to health hazards.

Commodore Grooves

 

100% Drain Bamage, Gothenburg

A night of faster, harder and stupider music in Gothenburg 1 September from 10 to 05 or something like that. I’m playing along with The Toilet & Ljudit Andersson, Xäcksecks, DJ Plånbok, Phase of Bass, Audiopat, OCD Soundsystem, Kvartingen and Fuck you Hitler. More details here.

Rent-A-Cop Reloaded

I’ve made the music and sound effects for Rent-A-Cop Reloaded, a new and improved version of Rent-A-Cop released back in 2012. Everybody loves a good cop game, especially when the cop can do amphetamine to become invincible. It’s a simple no bullshit game, and also strangely addictive. Good stuff!

And with the soundtrack my starting point was sort of 70’s police suspense funk, and then move away from that. Or something.

Yeah and there’s also a cracked version with a trainer if you’re into that kind of ILLEGAL stuff.