David e. Sugar vs Ears – First ok
Lo-bat – A room, broom, guy and a mirror
peeR – Slack
Paza Rahm – Mindfields
GwEm – YM303 Ruffneck
Yerzmyey – Temple of Asherah
Bit Shifter – Parapersona Crash
Muzak Efron – I Wish You Would’ve Died In High School
Overthruster – Tampo1
POSTAL MARKET – Toast Rider
OM – cityAtNight
Proswell 20101107 towel_
Mark Denardo – Machine
BBC – CuteToKill
Sidabitball vs Screamclub – Smalltown Girl
Mini Melodies – Burt Lancaster
8bit Betty – Was That Away Message for Me?
Bodenständig 2000 RNAY
Blitz Lunar – Zone 1
Chimeratio – Escape From the Lab
Keishi Yonao – Modulationarism
Penny And Ashtray – Python
Qwertypak – Clumsed
Minikomi – skip for love
505 – RoboST
Trimbal – Ym still here
Logic Bomb was one of the first next level shit Game Boy musicians I heard, avoiding the usual nostalgic tropes and going for a more modern feelings. Ha, like I’m not getting nostalgic for 2006 right now.
Beyond an 8bp release and a few things on micromusic.net, there doesn’t appear to be much of his Game Boy stuff around online. A real shame because he seems to have a whole bunch of things that were never released properly.
This is cheeky live bootleg is from b4 he became a psychedelic trance dude from Sweden or something. The first half is pretty good singy songy stuff and the second half is where the rave action starts. I also chucked in my faves from micromusic.net, since you can’t seem to get an account for downloads anymore.
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?