bryface international music concern
Let it be known, the look of shock on my (bry)face when it was revealed the live set of dynamically constructed footwork i had just heard live was actually made on an amiga - proof positive that opportunities still abound for eliciting genuine surprise thorugh the chip ethic. an0va loses almost none of his trademark musicality and sense of movement even through these darker genres where repetition tends to be the watchword. also buy his sous vide cookers, they're great
Favorite track: GON GET GOT.
Take a talented artist like an0va, put him in a room with any music-making hardware, and you will never be disappointed. Using a platform he was not used to and going from zero to release in a short time, an0va injects new life in the stagnant Amiga Protracker music scene (usually so cocooned in nostalgia they forget they live in the 21st century) with a release full of contemporary broken beats that will definitely not sound out of place in any modern club, regardless of how they were made.
Favorite track: recognize.
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Download includes MOD files for track 1, track 2, and track 6. Feel free to open up the mods in a mod player of your choice (Protracker, Milkytracker, etc.) to learn from or remix at your pleasure. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
All tracks produced using a Commodore Amiga 500 and Technosund Turbo Sampler card using Protracker 2.3d. Purchase of this release includes the MOD files for "GON GET GOT," "listen," and "recognize." Feel free to open up the mods in a mod player of your choice (Protracker, Milkytracker, etc.) to learn or remix at will!
From an0va: "This album is a personal favorite of mine - it's kind of a loving tribute to the demoscene, UK bass, jungle, and Chicago footwork. Whereas other an0va releases were pretty esoteric, this album was made with more clear goals: pumping speakers in a loud club and shaking butts."
greetz: Michael Bradley, Alexander Luna, Emily Kundrot, Trey Frye, Akira Kei, Chris Mylrae, Tom Offringa, Roel Heerspink, Alex Mauer, Michael Cafarelli, Jenn De La Vega, Emily K. Feder, Chris Davidson, Emi Spicer, Nick Maynard, Brandon + Erin Hood, Ken Hicks, Roland Massey, Quinten Marsh, and all chiptune, demoscene, and vgm scenes around the globe
released September 9, 2016
Album art: Emily Kundrot
Produced, mixed & mastered by: Daniel Davis
Released on Thebasebit Recordings, 2016