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Includes unlimited streaming of Son Ionic (DATA997)
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
This is the world's first merge of tesla coil sounds and C64-music, released on a memory card that sits on a beautiful A2 poster with PETSCII graphics. All the songs were recorded during a live performance in Wellington, New Zealand, 3 May 2018.
The digital download contains six songs, while the physical release includes an A2 poster, 8 songs, full video of the performance, C64 music source files, and a C64-intro with the poster graphics.
The original versions of the songs are on
Ϝіlеѕ҄іn.̢͙̩̻̳͇̄ͥ̍ͧ͊ͥ͂͋Ѕρаcȩ̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̡̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̢̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̧̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̝̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̝̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̝̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̟̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫̫ (Gotozilla), 80864 (Svalbeng, Leg i Yen, Karix), ＿|￣|○ (Thompson), and Floptrik (Monday Night, Automatas). Zany Golf Curse is previously unreleased.
released July 15, 2018
Tesla technologies: Josh Bailey's Chime Red system
Vocals: Anna Edgington
PETSCII graphics: Tommi Musturi
Technical support: Brad Cowie
C64 MIDI-interface: Scannerboy
supported by 23 fans who also own “Son Ionic (DATA997)”
A softer album filled with vibes that bring you to a gentler place, but make you feel simultaneously safe and unsafe at the same time. The album is filled with soft groove and ethereal vocals, allowing one to phase in and out of it at any time. gavlizard
supported by 20 fans who also own “Son Ionic (DATA997)”
Cool album, not my usual genre but I like variety.
The mix on tape sounds quite a bit different from the digital, not super stoked about it. The low-end seems super-exaggerated and it muddies the sound quite a bit. pax virtua