Yes, the FINAL (well, for now, at least) Back In Time Live event happens in Oldham, UK this year. Enjoy some live performances and overall funness!
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The Commodore 64 is 30 years old this year. To mark this special occasion and the imminent release of V2 of the book A Commodore 64 Walkabout, I recorded a podcast. Yes, it’s plenty of me rambling on about Commodore stuff along with some music - as usual!
Music included (remakes of my own making, and background original SIDs ): Realm of Impossibility, Mail Order Monsters, Telengard, Way of the Exploding Fist, Necromancer, Last Ninja III, Soulless, Ultima IV, Adventure Construction Set, Temple of Apshai (ambient).
Broadcast 2012-04-21 20:02 - 22:09
Whoa, an On Air-show again? Way overdue, here it comes again and this time with a special guest via Skype. Chris Huelsbeck will join from California and tell us more about his newest project, namely the Turrican Soundtrack Anthology. Don’t miss this!
One year ago we lost a dear colleague and friend. To mark this, Marcel presents to you a show in remembrance of Paul "DJ Skitz" Hadrill, on the day and time that he used to make us laugh on the Saturday Night Warmup. Join us for a special show that looks back on some of his work, including WIPs that were unfinished.
The Remixer Of The Year awards were presented for the 10th time in 2011, at the ROTY Awards show hosted by SceneSat staff and guests at the crowded SceneSat headquarters. The first part of the show presented a rundown of the year 2011, recaping scene happenings and playing top rated tracks of each month. The actual award show started at roughly 22:35.
The first award "Best Newcomer 2011" was awarded to SID legend Peter Clarke by Mordi, who had won the award in 2008.
Hazel won "Best Veteran 2011", which was personally handed over by Makke, who was 2006s best veteran.
Daxx and Gibs won "Best Amiga Remix" for their collaboration on "Lotus 3".
The price for "Best c64 Remix" was awarded to "Warhawk (Halcón de la guerra mix)" by scene veteran N-JOY. The award was presented by Andreas Wallström of c64.com. It should be noted that Kate Z. would have actually won this category with her Tusker remix, if the votes for both versions (vocal / non vocal) had been combined.
Two "Lifetime Achievement" awards were awarded to Jan Lund Thomsen and Slaygon for their relentless service to the scene.
The prime price, "Remixer Of The Year", was won by Rune-Bertil’s and presented by none other than o2, who was Remix64’s very first Remixer Of The Year, ten years ago in 2001.
Huge congratulations to all winners and everyone who made it onto the lists!:-)
The guestlist at Ziphoid’s once more crowded apartment was: Floaf, Mordi, Ceci, Andreas Wallström, o2, Arvid, Malmen, fnordpojk, Makke, Dafunk, Tron, a0d, BST, Gulrak, Herbaculum, Hazel, Uncle Tom, Sir Garbagetruck and Ziphoid.
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Nitro Game Injection #159: Shades of Power (Commodore Special featuring Chris Huelsbeck) « KNGI Video Game Music Podcasts
Legends take center stage this week as NGI features great music from the classic Commodore home computers, while the incredible Chris Huelsbeck (composer of Turrican, Jim Power, ZombieSmash, Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, Star Trek: Infinite Space, and many more) joins Kyle and Larry for an extensive interview about working with the Commodore computers, his career, the Huelsbeck tribute concert Symphonic Shades, past and upcoming projects, and much more. Also features music selections from KWED, including Tonka, DHS, Makke, Rune-Bertil’s, Dummy, Moog, and plenty of others!
Der Commodore 64 ist der meistverkaufte Homecomputer der 1980er Jahre, der bei seiner Einführung mit für damalige Zeiten beindruckende Leistungsdaten bei einem vergleichsweise niedrigen Preis aufbieten konnte. Der C64 prägte damit eine ganze Generation von Computer-Früheinsteigern und hielt sich noch lange im Markt. Heute ist der C64 interessant, weil er gut dokumentiert ist und sich noch als ganzes System verstehen lässt. Michael Steil redet im Gespräch mit Tim Pritlove über den C64, seine technischen Details und lässt uns teilhaben an der Faszination, die so ein altes System auch heute noch entfachen kann.
One guitar. One gameboy. One C64. Two guys.