The sort of old Italian prog band Armonite asked me to add some sounds to their song Insert Coin for the album The Sun is New Each Day. A nice album somewhere inbetween progressive rock and classical music (??), mastered at le Abbey Road Studios.
I like how my saw waves mix with the violin, and in this setting the triangle waves get a more flutey character than usually. Sometimes it’s even tricky to say what’s what. Man machine prog! Prog.prg.
Btw, you might also want to check out The Ferret Show, where I performed my songs together with a jazz band and with PETSCII visuals by Raquel Meyers.
It’s in the same vein of Mega Amiga. Some sort of 80′s electro funk hip house something? This track is a bit more towards electro than Mega Amiga though.
Download my song and the other ones from my Amiga crew Up Rough here. It’s in the mod-format so only true acid hackers can play it.
The image was made by Spot / Up Rough for the Amiga pixel graphics competition.
In 2005 I made the music for Entter’s net.art project Illegal Heroes. Someone asked me for the song, and it seems like I forgot to release it into the wild. So here it is! 7 years later. Or, 3 actually. Because it’s released in October 2008. Check it out:
The Dutch breakcore/drone artist Neurobit just released 5 Attempts to Synq the Elements. It includes a track we made together in Amsterdam in 2009.
It’s basically some sort of minimalist ambient, where I C64-improvise on top of Neurobit’s trickeries with the Nintendo DS. You can tell that it’s 101% de-synchronized! Download it for free from Lowtoy.
The song is taken from a session where we recorded something like 5 songs. Maybe they’ll get released some day!
Diamond Flash is a new Spanish movie from Psicosoda Films. It uses my Amiga chiptune Aaf, made in 1997. You wouldn’t have guessed that from the poster, would you? A daring choice of music, so big cinema applause for Diamond Flash! I wonder if there are any more movies with Amiga music…