Nyhlin made this jumpy cover of Killer Piller a while ago, and now it’s available on his new album on Spotify so go-go!
> The original version (2007)
On August 28, Geraldine Juárez is showing her Wealth Transfer at Piracy Today – a London-exhibition by Hardcore Software. Geraldine made music based on the waveforms of stock market crashes, and I did a remix. It’s like finance disco pop with equal amounts of total power bass and paranoid statistics trance.
I made a remix of JulieHally’s first single, Maji-Kaji. Out now on CD in Japan! It’s kind of fast, ultra poppy, and has a feel-good-about-the-world vibration going on.
JulieHally consists of, well, Julie & Hally. Hally is a big name in the chipscene and in 2005 he turned my easy listening song into frantic pop. Anyway:
11 Goto80 – Mongoloid
8-bit Operators is back with another tribute compilation of remixes, this time with Devo. I worked with Mongoloid, and I actually tried to make a remix of that when I started to make C64-music back in the day. So good to finally finish it. But it’s more like FM ST-01 BACON ROCK this time. Enjoy!
I think Devo has personally approved of this compilation, and all the legal blublublu has been taken care of. Legal freedom, oh yesh!
This was a surprise! A compilation with remixes of a song I made in 1997, which is in the it-doesnt-get-more-chip-than-this genre. Organized by Pingo, the italo-disco-movie-producer-radio-man. It’s available on iTunes, Spotify and all that stuff. Released by SouthPoleRadio.
Here is a mix with artists from last year’s Nordik Impakt festival which I forgot to post here before. It has a special edit of an funky (?) Amiga song I made in the 1990s. I vaguely remember listening to this mix and liking it. I hope it wasn’t all a dream. There’s Herbaliser, Vitalic, Dubmood, Boys Noize, etc. I can’t believe it’s not butter.
“almost incredible ***** this newnessï»¿ music style sucks real good, Mrï»¿ Aug !” (youtube-comment)
Since first released in the C64-demo Sharp and my album Made on Internet, the song Cykonys went through a transformation in Entter’s Polycanyon 243313, which has now ended up in the video above. It’s an absurd mash-up in true disabled acid style. Thanks AugZF!
A re-destruction of the Dutch national anthem, meant to be performed at Hacking At Random 2009 for Bits of Freedom, the Dutch digital rights organization. Unfortunately I got sick and couldn’t attend, but this is the video of the rehearsal. The software is Defmon, and you can’t copy it. Wuao wuao wuao wuao wuuuaaaooo. Not so much improvisation in this one, except for the trashy solo at the end, but I’ll post more of those things later on.