After the previous release on tape: “Neurobit – War Of The worlds” which was reviewed in the April edition of The WIRE magazine, Bas Welling aka neurobit is coming with a new sound, a live recording this time, available as a free download. While just being released this new composition has been downloaded 2700 times in just a few days already!
So have a listen yourself!
Neurobit – Maison De Verre Sur Le Chantier (ca497)
They’ll probably move at dawn…
The War of the Worlds was an episode of the American radio drama anthology series, Mercury Theatre on the Air, broadcasted on the October 30, 1938 and directed and narrated by Orson Welles. The radio broadcast was based on the novel by writer H. G. Wells from 1898.
2012… the year that The War Of The Worlds recordings appear again. This time by Neurobit, an improvisation project by Bas Welling.The artwork is partly taken from the 2003 edition of the tape, but re-worked so it makes sense in the world as it is today.
ET007 Neurobit – The War Of The Worlds (C60 cassette) OUT NOW
limited to 100 copies, 11 copies with Space Invader art object (10 + 1 x bonus – numbered), also 1 final boss art object of the Space Invaders exists… somewhere in space and time…
Contact Neurobit at: riotfiles (at) lycos (dot) com
Neurobit is a Dutch 8-bit experimental/ ambient artist working with Gameboy/NintendoDS/etc and lots of effect pedals to create improvised musical soundscapes. He has also released more dancable chiptune under the name R10T33R. Under R10T33R he played numerous chiptune events and festivals like Q-Base 2009 in Weeze Germany.
Neurobit just released the second 8? single that is not made of vinyl but from recycled plastic bottles. A bit more ambient than the previous one but still the same intensity. These 8 inches are limited to 100 copies and individually cut out of recycled plastic bottles!
A When All Means Fail
B Sweet Lullaby To End A Bad Day
More info check here:
The second 8 inch record is out now and available at these shops:
Enfant – Terrible (NL)
Or by contacting the artist through email: riotfiles (at) lycos (dot) com