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Something About Us [8-Bit Daft Punk Remix]Dj CUTMAN
Something About Us - Daft Punk (DJ Cutman 8-Bit Remix)
Suckin' On a Wiener (Game Grumps Remix)
I made this the other night in anticipation for Magfest.
I got to shake Jon’s hand today too!
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EDIT; Updated with the official album art by Sugarkillsall (look her up on deviant art)
Audio comes from Metal Slug X: Paula Ticks - PART 4 - Game Grumps
Disk Zero [DEMO]
“Disk Zero” by Demoscene Time Machine
I’m not sure about most of you, but when summer starts rolling around for me, I start thinking about what I’ll be listening to on those hot summer nights. All signs are pointing to this summer being the summer of disco (see the brand new Daft Punk album), so here’s a delightfully chunky nu-disco/house track from Demoscene Time Machine, all the way from Stockholm, Sweden.
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Off of the newest 8bitpeoples release, Sulumi takes Nanoloop to the next level and delivers a MASSIVE dance track. The other two remixes on there are just as brilliant, including a remix by Covox, who never fails to amaze me. As usual with 8bitpeoples, the release is completely free.
If you hadn’t heard about it, you should also really check out Nanoloop. It’s deceptively simple software available for a variety of platforms (including iOS and Android).
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Greenleaf - Echo Ave
You HAVE TO listen to the whole thing. The progression is so beautiful.
If this was the song to my life right now I’d want it to end like how the song does (if that makes sense).
+++ BLIP FESTIVAL ***PAUSE*** +++
Note: this is reproduced from the email sent out to the Blip Festival list. I guess I need to go to Japan now.
7 YEARS 11 FESTIVALS 4 CONTINENTS ++
When we invaded an old bank in NYC’s financial district back in 2006 to throw the first Blip Festival there was no way we could have predicted the way that it would grow over the years. All the while, the organizational team behind-the-scenes has remained a very small and hands-on crew. Running it all has been an immensely rewarding experience, but also incredibly demanding, and often monopolizing our energy and efforts at the expense of other 8bitpeoples projects. So after careful deliberation, we’ve decided that this October’s Blip Festival Tokyo 2012 will be the last installment of the Blip Festival event series for the foreseeable future. A special thanks to Christian Villum, David Adams, Kristy Dossor & Eugene Davoren-Britton — without whom, the overseas editions of Blip Festival would not have been possible.
To all the people that have shown Blip Festival so much love over the years, we thank you. We hope that you’ll come join us for one last hurrah in Tokyo, and that you’ll find our other future endeavors worthy of the same enthusiastic support.
The Blip Festival team
xyce - ombres (mod)
It’s been a while since we’ve released a little something, so here it is!
A 29kb 4 channel Amiga 500 .mod. Happy as always! Hope you like!
This album is free. Any donations will go to recovering costs of mastering and producing merchandise.
[ Dimensions ] sparks a change in recorded music for Auxcide. This style more reflects his recent live music then his pure LSDJ tracks from last year. Each song was made to have one aspect and then another related one: Astral’s airy ambiance to it’s more gritty section, Oversoul’s change in dance and counter melodies, Spirit’s free 6 bar solo sections into an 8 bar breakdown and then dancefest, and Dimensions’ alternating keys and melodic feeling. This album was written while exploring the Arturia MiniBrute as a slave to the Arduinoboy as well as the Arduinoboy software itself.
Each song was made using 2 Gameboy Advance SPs running LSDJ, a Korg Microkorg, Arturia MiniBrute, Korg ES-1 MKII, all being controlled by another Gameboy Advance SP using an Arduniboy. Korg Mini Kaoss Pad, Korg Kaoss Pad 3, and Korg Kaoss Pad Quad, and a Boss Metal Zone pedal were used for effects.
Almost every aspect of each song was tracked using Gameboys running a form of LSDJ. The MiniBrute’s parameters were tweaked live, as was the Kaoss Pad Quad.
Tracks 5, 6, 7, and 8 are done completely with the software LSDJ on prosounded DMG-01s (as opposed to the AGS-001s in 1, 2, 3, and 4).
The download includes the .savs for LSDJ.