Storm Rave ST-01

I released a lo-fi + lo-fi (lo-fi) song at the Kindergarden dance music competition: STORM RAVE. It ended up as #4 in the compo. That seems fair.

It was made with mostly (only?) sounds from ST-01 and ST-02 (that means Amigaaaaa 1987), and encoded in 80kbps to hide the lamer sound of Renoise. Lol-yeah-ölollö!

Also performed live and was interviewed by one of the authors of MusicLine (best ‘chip’-tracker, except for LSDj and Defmon?). Find the recordings on “internet”.

2010

Wastesphere 50O

I went to Compusphere where Up Rough celebrated a 10 year anniversary again. Two Amiga intros released from us – one incredibly fresh, and one incredible mellow – and plenty of music from Qwan, Spot, Mortimer Twang (!), and Syphus. Download within 10 minutes and get an extra free download for free. Forever! I competed with an Amiga song in ST-01 stylee – Waste-Land – which ended #2 in the compo. I also competed with a C64-song that was mysteriously lost and re-appeared under the name kuk. Other good features: making a song with dj cat, laughing gas, goto80+labelable gig, the most expensive and expansive pizza I’ve ever had, the liveset from Sushi Brother, new SID-chip more confusing than ever, defmon, Yoki wiiballs, blablablabla.

2008