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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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.
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Check out the results, click the link below!
Yet again, we celebrate and acknowledge the work of the remixers in the C64 and Amiga community by presenting the yearly ROTY 2017 Awards, as voted by the users at remix64.com.
The date is 21/02/2018
This year it's SceneSat Radio's turn to give out the awards and give you a run-down of what happened in 2017.
As usual the show will be jointly broadcast on SceneSat Radio and SLAY Radio, and show chat will be on EFNet in the channel #remix64.
Hey all, it was about time for a design overhaul of our beloved Remix64.com.
The new layout is tidy and works with your mobile.
Mind that there are still a lot of sub-pages (Tracks, Remixer infos) that need to be redone to work in your phone. This will happen little by little, so thanks for your patience.
A new Amiga tribute album by various Synthwave producers is now available on Bandcamp with a name-your-price policy. It includes 12 remixes of classic amiga games : Apydia, Flashback, Speedball 2, Shadow of the Beast, Jim Power, Hybris, Lotus III, Battle Squadron, Turrican 3, One Step Beyond and Dune.
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On sunday, 19th February 2017, the awards show started broadcasting at 20:00 CET from the SLAY Radio headquaters, hosted by Boz, Slaygon and Leonie. The show featured a run down of the last year's events and popular remixes of each months, with award announcements inbetween.
The Best Newcomer 2016 award was announced and went to Armandox.
The second award went to ROTY award regular daXX as Best Veteran 2016.
The special honour of the Lifetime Achievement Award 2016 was given to Ziphoid for his myriad contributions to the scene, and also to Ben Daglish, who apart from being an original legendary composer of the 80s is still active and around in the scene.
Also SLAY Radio listener Maltus was awarded as
Beer-deliverer of the Year as a personal award of the SLAY staff for his extraordinary support (like, you know, actually delivering beer from Germany to the SLAY hq). 😃
Finally, the big moment approached and it was time to award the main price, Remixer Of The Year 2016 and it went to MRT, second year in a row!
The time has come to celebrate and acknowledge the remixers' work in the C64 community by presenting the yearly ROTY Awards, as voted by the users at www.remix64.com. This year it's SLAY Radio's turn to give out the awards and give you a run-down of what happened in 2016.
As usual the show will be joint-broadcast on SLAY Radio and Scenesat Radio.
The show chat will be on EFNet #remix64
Don't miss it!!
As you might have noticed, Remix64 was down for a day due to a server switch. The deadline for last year's ROTY voting has been extended until sunday night, so cast your votes while there is time. 😊
Massive respects to the FastLoaders!
Remixing tunes from
The Last Ninja is a tricky business - seemingly everybody remembers them differently. Remixing them in a hard rock style is even trickier - mostly because music from the Last Ninja series has been remixed over and over so many times on RKO already (well over 200 remixes and counting). Yet, the FastLoaders, a group of Last Ninja enthusiasts / rock-band from Norway have managed to do it better than most by treating the tunes with utmost care and respect, with faithful arrangements, and with impeccable mixing.