Rollicking rock-remixers of
Amiga Rocks, which - as its title suggests - contains rock-oriented remixes of Amiga classics like
Shadow of the Beast,
Lotus Turbo Challenge and many others.
Stat master Warren Pilkington investigates twenty years of RKO and provides his analysis as he breaks down the numbers. Its a fascinating insight into the world of all things remix related.
There have been several subtle and not-so-subtle changes made at the Remix64 site in recent weeks - check out some of the new, fun features we have now!
In 2003 Remix64's second album
Into Eternity was published. Today, I'm pleased to announce it will be available to all as singles. From today and periodically over the next few week we'll be publishing a remix from the album on RKO as a thank you for being with us all these years and also is a way to give back to those whom have given to us joy with their fantastic remixes. Thank you all.
The first track from the album will be Jan Morgensten's majestic lion king-esque Armageddon Man - African Dream. Go ahead it's yours to listen to for FREE.
To keep up to date on further releases from the album be sure to check our Facebook page where we'll announce them as they arrive on RKO.
Earlier today the results have been announced for SLAY Radio's Árok Tribute Remix Compo. And the winner is...
Remix news for August 2020 - and this one is a doozy thanks to all the Árok Tribute remix compo entries released on RKO! Courtesy of Lea, Mordi and SLAY Radio.
REMIX COMPO - Árok party is an annual 8-bit demoscene event in Hungary, which, due to the unfortunate COVID situation won't happen this year.
Árok is (in)famous for its friendly atmosphere and its REMIX COMPETITION - no other 8-bit demoscene event had ever such a compo!
We miss the event so much that we want to honor it with organizing an online version of the unique challenge.
Prior to writing music for the games industry Richard was an active musician/singer. He joined the the prog rock group
CMU on their second album before joining Jazz funk band Shakatak. He also released a solo single for EMI. It wasn't til 1986 when he replied to an advert from Palace Software seeking a musician for their games in the now defunct
I’d just spent a year composing about 100 tunes on a Yamaha CX5 music computer (including the ‘famous’ Robocod one), and had tinkered with a Spectrum so it wasn’t that hard to convince Palace. - Richard Joseph
Sadly Richard passed away in March 2007 and through the eyes of the remixer we remember him and his work on both the C64 and the Amiga home computers.
Here are the latest remix news for July 2020, courtesy of Lea, Mordi and SLAY Radio.
Mordi has just released a new album: Remixes Volume 1, a collection of 11 remixes that were previously published on RKO, AmigaRemix and OCRemix.