Remixer Of The Year Awards 2007
Congratulations Dafunk, Peter W, Reyn Ouwehand and daXX, and everyone else who managed to get on the 2007 ROTY lists!
Congratz to other winners and there are no losers here, this is family!
I'm still lost for words...
Who made the best remixes in 2007? Who was most active and supportive?
|4.||moog (Sebastian Bachliñski)||132|
|9.||Emir Diril (Drey)||32|
|The St. Albans Rob Hubbard Fan Club||32|
|Metal & Drax||8|
|19.||Da Phuture Kemist||7|
|Moog & Hazel||3|
Who made the greatest debut in 2007?
|3.||The St. Albans Rob Hubbard Fan Club||131|
|4.||Emir Diril (Drey)||57|
|6.||Da Phuture Kemist||34|
|7.||Metal & Drax||33|
|9.||Defiance & Hazel||25|
|10.||Moog & Hazel||20|
|12.||Hank (Lukasz Drzewiecki)||13|
Who do you think deserves this award in 2007 for providing great remixes over a period of 5 years or longer?
What was the c64 remix that impressed you most in 2007?
What Amiga remix did you like best in 2007?
What remix really made a difference in 2007? Things you maybe never heard before? Creative and different takes on originals?
Winners: go and jump for joy, showcase the image on your homepages, and keep up the great work! You have deserved it!
Disclaimer: The results are based on votes made by the Remix64.com community. Errors and omissions excepted.
It turns out that being patient for 4 years, 5 months and 3 days pays off in the end. The new episode of the C64 Take-away podcast was released yesterday. Jan is back with 65 minutes of remixes, chiptunes and news from the world of C64-related music.
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Submitted by kwed
Today the German Remix Group (GRG) released its fourth tribute-album. The new album is dedicated to the sounds of Chris Hülsbeck, and consequently the album is called
A Tribute to Chris Hülsbeck. It contains 19 tracks from CZ-Tunes, Dr.Future, Mitch van Hayden, SigmaZeven, Snake-TMF, SunSpire and Tronimal (guest remixer). It features many different styles, from 80s pop and dance up to orchestral sounds. This huge album, spanning over 90 minutes of play time, is not only their longest album (so far), it's also their first release of a double CD which can be downloaded digitally for free or listened dirctly to via the GRG website.
Submitted by Mitch van Hayden
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by PRESS PLAY ON TAPE
PRESS PLAY ON TAPE are legends. This is their third studio CD, and it's a doozy, combining kick-your-bottom C64 remixes with original brain-beatingly good tracks. Although obliterated from Wikipedia by pedants who can't cope with reality, there's no keeping these guys down! Rock on!! 26 tracks of mayhem, a double CD, over 2 hours of music! Comes with a 32 page souvenir booklet, packed with photos of Soren. And some other guys, not sure who they are, but they look dodgy to me... *hehe* This album is not available to buy from us digitally, only from iTunes, but FLAC and MP3 Album packs are downloadable when you purchase the CD. * Note: all preorders have now been sent out * "PPOT delivers exactly what is expected of them, and their fans will love this CD. New fans will without doubt take it to their hearts too, because no matter if you're a fan of vocals on remixes or not, there's plenty of music to enjoy." - Andreas Wallstrom, C64.com
Arranged by Marcel Donné
...but marcel shows us what it needs to recreate something fresh out of a mediocre sidtune: a stimulating bass, a cute cs80 lead (i'm right, marcel?), and some real nice sequencer-lines...
the only weak point(IMO) is that deep pad sound starting at 3:45, the pad dominates and i can't hear anymore those nice little sounds & beeps in the background, behind the FAT pad sound... but who cares... ;)
overall it's a fantastic synth-pop composition...
thank you for the music.... marcel
Review by ifadeo
Arranged by Gavin Lucas
Review by symbols