Lazy YouTube boom for a new Jammer track.
Artist names as descriptions are pretty cool. Plenty of 90s feelings too.
The 90s are pretty cool at the moment as far as I can tell.
Tons of cool Amiga jungle shit over on his soundcloud.
I have this whole romantic back story made up in my head about Rico Zerone where he is a dashing young adventurous cosmic prince and everything looks like it is drawn by Moebius but he’s probably just some guy with a job.
Is there a better way to reflect on the process of rationalization in the postmetaphysical age than writing songs in a tracker?
Don’t be put off by all the self-proclaimed wackiness, this is noisy dance chaos that shows off what the Game Boy is capable of (with a bit of tweaking).
this one is for all you cute artists with kooky capitalisation
0f – first nanoloop mono test
CYMBA – One Life For The Many
Goto80 – Torpartechno
Jellica – Banal Hobo Relive
Cheapshot – Strut
hizmi – THE FM!! 2 @ heavysick ZERO
droid-on – Omoshiroid
sonido calzeta – g-l-i-t-c-h-n-u-d-e-z
an0va – MOD SQUA
KeFF – 113
Corset Lore – Odonata
Mr. Spastic – U
Bud Melvin – Lovesong (BLEO Remix)
Plain Flavored – WHITE GIRLS
Saskrotch – In Da Club
Rico Z – Horror Vacui
Randall – Code Me a Song
At first I thought it might be a bit of a mean idea, mocking both the original writer and the artist but then I tried it and it just came out as a bunch of nonsense. It read like I was maybe a bit confused about everything.
If you like squelchy C64s, listen to Goto80. If you like the chiptunes, head over to The ChipWIN Blog.
This is excellent. Improvised Nanoloops sessions. Sinister techno is so trendy right now.
Akira’s bandcamp review made me laugh:
CYMBA’s debut release is the dark, gloomy, grimey techno stuff you’ve been waiting your shitty Game Boy to pull off all your life.
Most stuff should now be fixed. Thanks for everyone who contacted me.
I’ve corrected a bunch of dead links for some of the older releases that were hosted on Lazerbeat‘s old webspace. I guess I missed updating some of the links when we moved from the test website he had hosted and when I fucked up the old website he built. There are however still a bunch of dead links to other websites that hosted some of the older releases. Lots of the old preview links are dead too because they were from the days before you fucks had streaming everything on your dickhead portable multimedia devices. 😛
Wow, there are even links to artist MySpace pages. I’m trying to contact artists and update where I can. If anyone has any of the following releases stored somewhere you might make me happy: My Two Robodads – How Thoughtful – from 2008
Grand Theft Andrew – Robot love Songs – from 2006
The first Nanoloop Mono experiments have started transmitting. This is the first one I’ve seen put forward as a finished work, and damn can this thing do warm. Looking forward to hearing more from this thing.