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My new album is out now on cassette: w93.m3u. It's a lo-fi odyssey of pre-retro disco-electro beat-pop made on the Commodore Amiga. Hey, maybe we can call it amigawave? ٩(◕‿◕)۶
↳ All 14 songs are about 2,3 megabytes in total, in the original mod-format. That's small enough to fit on two floppy disks, with enough space for bonus multimedia material! Hmmm....
↳ I've used Protracker 2.3D mostly using extremely illegal evil pirate samples from this archive full of low-quality teenage samplings. Download that and use Protracker for Win/MacOS/Linux and you're good to go. Highly recommended studio setup!
↳ The songs first appeared in April on Windows93.net. It shows the mod-files playing in a post-groovy Windows window. Check it out here or if that doesn't work, go to windows93.net and click the G80.M3U icon.
My old band Superdöner has joined forces with the legendary US band Maniac Mansion, to release some of the earliest chip punk music from about 15 years ago. It's like pizza meeting döner! Finally!
Available on Bandcamp, via the protoDATA label.
(Btw, I've also designed the graphics, making spray stencils in square kufic style like a bouz)
This here be a split release together with A Campbell Payne, where I'm doing skweee and he's doing Nanoloop techno/beats. Now available for pre-order at Rhythmus Records (cassette/download). It will be a very limited run of the cassettes, so don't be lazy if you want one. And here's a taste of my share on the cassette:
And you thought that skweee was dead, huh?
ST-FM is a collection of songs based on ST-01 and ST-02, two Amiga sample packs from 1987. Maybe the most used sample packs in the world? I gathered 15 composers together - old legends, sceners, and others (me) - to make new music with these classic sounds, as well as ilKke for graphics and Yonx & Bob for the coding of the music disk.
Check it outz!
This is the first release on protoDATA, the new sublabel to Data Airlines. I'll be involved in many more projects on protoDATA in the future, so stay tuned!
My new album, 80864, presents 2 years of experiments with the TR-808 and C-64. It's out on 12" floppy style vinyl, cassette and for download. If you buy the vinyl you also get 7 bonus tracks digitally. I think at least half of the vinyls and cassettes have already been pre-ordered, so don't be lazy! Read more about it here.