nagz gathered a few of his old tracking scene buddies and got this compilation done: for the better remixes.
a variety of styles is being provided by the hypergiant, curve quartet, parsec, makunouchi bento, jean nine, bassrack wobama, bacter and rngmnn. check it out!
zalza gathered a bunch of chiptune musicians and the outcome is zalza vs. the world. michu, alk, josss, beek, xyce, dalezy, wiklund, malmen, joule, cold storage, scattle and floppi are part of the lineup.
you can listen to our coop tune over at soundcloud: zalza & dalezy – rymdskepp.
sander/focus crafted a neat logo for me, which is going to be used in further dalezy-releases. i also took the chance to incorporate this one at facebook. check out dalezy at facebook, and give it a thumb!
the fine lads over at ufomammoot released their online shooter mammoot control, featuring my c64 version of rez’ “unreal superhero” from 2001. mammoot control already got some nice features in various magazines, check it out!
i put some of my older c64 material up at soundcloud. check it out!
there’s more tunes to come, especially some uploads from my non-chip backstock are in order.
this one came off as a surprise release at x2010, the netherlands leading c64 only party. linus and i had a coop going in early 2010 and this is what came out: 8580 doped pigs, 6th place at x2010′s music compo.
sixtyfour million ways to listen, chose 2: c64 data / youtube (actual 8580-recording).
i decided to give independent music sites a go again and joined up with reverbnation. 3 of my c64 songs are up there, as well as 2 videos.
check http://www.reverbnation.com/dalezy if you wish, i’ll put up more tunes throughout the next weeks.
it was about time to shape up things, so here we go – 1mhz.org is all back, nice and shiny. with that recent makeover, most of the news until 1999 were also dug up from the
grave archive and brought back to life.
anders over at chipflip brought this to my attention. a guy called htheb stole chiptunes by some artists from the demoscene and sold them on an album, claiming all this being his work. among them was one of my old amiga mods from 1996 (“back to the roots”, released at mekka96).
then it turned out that he nicked even more – he put a good load of stolen chiptunes in a bunch of nintendo ds games. this is going to be interesting!
(the pic above shows my chiptune being played in good old fasttracker 2)