Stuck somewhere in time is a music disk with Amiga-versions of Iron Maiden songs. It runs on HTML, Sega Megadrive and Amiga. I made a cover of Run to the Hills for it, mostly inspired by Anton Maiden’s version of it.
This is basically what chiptune used to mean in the 1990′s: sample-based bleepy pop music made on Amiga or PC. This era is often forgotten in histories of chipmusic, because it doesn’t fit with the current definition of chipmusic based on PSG soundchips (more about that in my thesis).
Chippendales may or may not have had legal troubles with Chippendales.
Japanjul_prv is a cover of a Japanese christmas song that I made for a compilation many years ago. It might be around in some hard drives, as it was released in a Pingipung christmas thing once. But here it is again, more easily available.
It’s released at Weekly Treats, as Superbyte (a festival I’m playing in Manchester in September) is putting stuff out there this week. It’s bound to be a good festival with people like Zabutom, Jellica, Steve, Kodek and many others are playing there. Don’t miss out!
Chiptune Charity 5 is a bundle of music, games & other stuff that you can get by paying minimum $1. Files in Space is one of the albums on there. Also, whoever donates the most gets to control me making music for 1 hour. I will be your Dataslav!
Will run for two weeks only. Choose for part of your contribution to be donated to the International Society for Children with Cancer. Featuring Chipocrite, Goto80, Zabutom, Popcornkid!, Mizkai, Carf and more. 2 weeks only.
Other artists on the compilation include gwEm, Herbert Weixelbaum, Aonami, Bacalao, Gameboy Music Club, Firestarter, and many others. So don’t say no, boys say go!
8-Bit Operators is a series of releases where chipmusic people remix famous bands. Previous releases have focused on Kraftwerk, Beatles and Devo and now it’s time for Depeche Mode. Just like the previous ones Enjoy the Science is an official release and I’ve been told that Martin Gore has approved it personally.
I’ve remixed my own C64-remix of Boys Say Go from way back when. Fonky & freaky! Other artists on the compilation include gwEm, Herbert Weixelbaum, Aonami, Bacalao, Gameboy Music Club, Firestarter, and many others. So don’t say no, boys say go!
Galaxus is a new project organized by the legendary C64-artist Chantal Goret. It’s mainly a comic book but also a website, USB-album, t-shirts, and a lot more. I’ve made some music for it, along with Divag and Chantal himself.
Galaxus is looking for funding so please help make this happen! I doubt there’s anything else in the world like this..
New compilation from Datafruits with music that sort of looks like the graphics there. I have contributed with a song along with people like Dr. Vector, Firedrill, Ovenrake and Smoked Meat Fax Machine.
My song, Vatican Power Loop, is a straight-up Amiga module that only uses stolen teenage samples from the early 1990s. Made tons of those songs lately, should release them some day..
This massive compilation features 120 songs from such heroes as 808 State, Future Sound of London, Plaid, Arovane, Brothomstates, Datassette, Mr. Projectile, Plone, Tim Koch, Lackluster… and me.
All proceeds go to Macmillan Cancer Support. So go support this stuff at Bandcamp
BACKUP13 is a festival in Cologne inbetween art and games, and afaik it has its roots in the demoscene. Don’t miss the Amiga ASCII exhibition, because it will have lots of super-printed elite graphics from some of the scene’s finest!
Anyway. This free download compilation features Ponky Fonky Ferret by me and The Uwe Schenk Band. Other artists are Sulumi, Radlib, Poke-1,107, Eric Skiff, Ok Ikumi, The J.Arthur Keenes Band, Kris Keyser, Anamanaguchi and Sycamore Drive.