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Jophish – Distance

This album consists of tracks that span over two years of module writing, documenting the entirety of Jophish’s experience writing .xms. A long time in the making, Distance is influenced heavily by the demoscene and its musicians.

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Dos – Dos

Hella Kawaii. 33.3 minutes of shred. 8 months into the making, Dos‘ self titled debut album consists of dance, pop hits, glitch, dubstep, and too much flump. With tracks made on the Gameboy as well as Commodore 64.

via NC021 Released: Dos – Dos | noisechannel.org – Chiptune Community & Netlabel.

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tracer – coda

Somewhere in the sea of darkness, the remnants of the S3M-32 interstellar reconnaissance rocket glittered in hyperspace. There had been the scream of the alarm, the tearing of metal, and then the explosion—the four rookie scouts, secure in their emergency pods, had been ripped from the chaos of the ruined ship and scattered like light through a prism.One by one, with the inevitability of time and speed, the pull of a strange blue planet wrapped invisible hands around their capsules and drew them down to the foreign soils and alien buildings of the surface. Each stepped out of the smoking pods, stepped out into a world of bizarre creatures and unknown words. Utterly isolated and far beyond the farthest interstellar comm links, they began to teach the strange civilization their language.In time, Headquarters recovered the scouts’ reports, written and murmured into the pod’s computer banks in the hopes that someday someone might find them. The distant capsules were only found thanks to the tracer module in each ship…

via tracer | yogurtbox.

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Bright White Lightning – Bad Teeth

American Northwest band Bright White Lightning experiments with fusing the unique sounds of chip, electronic, and synth music of forgotten technologies with a more traditional indie-pop band. The result is a 3-piece group with a guitarist, a bassist, and a drummer, coupled with an almost artificial intelligence backing of a Nintendo Game Boy, Commodore Amiga, Atari XL, and several synths. Bright White Lightning combines the two competing genres of electronic music and indie-rock, creating a complex, gritty sound that’s hard not to move to. The trio has plans to add expand their sound and master the craft that they are creating, while diving into tailoring the visuals and aesthetic of what is to become a new genre: Chiprock.

BRIGHT WHITE LIGHTNING is:
Scott Howell – vocals, guitar, computers + programming
Alexander Marne Noelke – bass, keyboards
Empire Albrecht – drums, guitar

BWL – Bad Teeth (DATA024) – Data Airlines.